Kan. wine industry is built on a rich history

07/6/2014 | Topeka Capital-Journal (Kan.), The

Modern growth within the Kansas wine industry has been slow, as producers battle difficult growing conditions, maturation periods and herbicide drift, but the state's rich history in winemaking dates back to before Prohibition. French and German settlers first started planting in Kansas in the 1800s and provided essential root grafts during the European phylloxera outbreak. In 1880, Prohibition halted wine production in that state, which at that point was up to 226,000 gallons.

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