This, of course, would vary widely between vineyards. While a lot of vineyards started today would have this as a focus, ones made generations back would not have seen water as a resource, and therefore not conserved it. For each gallon of wine, the amount of water used can go from 1.5 gallons of water, to 20. Though Napa Valley is trying to make 6 gallons of water per gallon of wine a goal, trends are dipping towards 2 or 3.
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