Barrels of rains make it hard for area farmers to produce casks of wine
Raymond Castleberry, owner of Cavender Creek Vineyards and Winery, inspects his grapes for a fungus known as downy mildew, which thrives on the grape leaves during wet humid weather.
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#1 Aug 22, 2013
now this is just sad, how ever will we survive without as many wine bottles around, perhaps this is why the county needs to raise our taxes again?
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