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Discovering Lake Erie Wineries (edition 2000)

by Kevin M. Atticks (Author)

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Title:Discovering Lake Erie Wineries
Authors:Kevin M. Atticks (Author)
Info:Resonant Publishing (2000), 200 pages
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Discovering Lake Erie Wineries introduces wine lovers and novices to the nationally acclaimed wines being produced by wineries along the lake in New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio, and Ontario. This book helps readers plan day trips and long tours that will give them an appreciation of the ancient skill of grape growing and the romantic art of winemaking. Readers will tour a variety of vineyards, wineries, and wine cellars between Buffalo and Toledo and up through Ontario where they will meet people devoted to making quality wine at very reasonable prices.

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