Winery's wholesale liquor license gets approved
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#1 Jan 5, 2011
I wish this gentleman all the luck in the world. We need more agriculture enterprises in SJCO. But..... It takes 6ft.+ of well drained loamy soil to produce grapes and it gets a little too cold along the river for production grapes, the soils are too alkaline also. The vines will do fine until the roots his the water-table or until the temperature reaches a -10, which is not too uncommon. But... he can purchase plenty of "New Mexico" grown grapes cultured in a warmer climates of the State, but are of lesser quality for making good wine. But what the heck, the Wines Of the San Juan are doing the same thing. Their vines are just for show. They purchase outside grapes also. Good luck anyway, he's going to need it. Anything ag related these days is a struggle. Going from English Professor to grape growing is quite a jump. Farming these days requires you to be a scientist, not just a seed planter and hope for the best. He'll need some outside expertise if he really wants to make it happen.
#2 Jan 5, 2011
Another dumb mexican from Blanco
#3 Jan 6, 2011
You are a sad and pointless individual. I bet your mother is very proud of you. Get some help.
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