N.Y. recommends Argus House & Winery for National Register

Philip Argus House and Winery in Steuben County, N.Y., has been recommended for inclusion on the National Register of Historic Places in an effort to preserve the 1886 stone house and 1890 stone winery. The winery was home to German immigrant winemaker Philip Argus, who discovered that the climate and terroir of New York's Finger Lakes were similar to European winemaking regions and planted seeds for the now-burgeoning wine industry there.

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