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On the trail of Kentucky wines

By Kathy Witt from September 2014 Issue

On the trail of Kentucky wines

When you think of the great wine-making regions of the world, Kentucky seldom (never) comes to mind; yet back in 1798, the state known better for horses, bluegrass, and…
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