Ohio Wine Production Could Take Hit Following Brutal Winter

4/25/14 – 10:50 A.M.

If you enjoy wine made in Ohio, then you have another reason to be upset at the brutal winter we endured. Hancock County extension agent Ed Lentz says the cold temperatures took a toll on grapes grown in the state…

Audio: Ed Lentz

Grapes native to Ohio fared better though. Lentz says Concord and Catawba style grapes are more adapted to our colder winters.

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