Get ready for plenty of wine this summer!

TRI-CITIES, Wash. -- Our scorching temperatures may be bad for cherries and apples, but it could give wine lovers reason to cheer.

Wineries tell Action News grapes ferment better when it's hot outside.

As a result, this year's vintage could be the best quality in several years.

Wineries hope the hot summer weather continues.
They also expect more grapes this year.

The current vintage is growing ten-days ahead of schedule.