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11/30/2016

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HomesteadAmeric

Love the blog. I'm learning so much. We started a few years ago making our own wines and not with kits either. After seeing what the industry is doing to the wines on the market today, I'm not sure you can really call them wines any longer. We harvest 2 bushels of peaches this past summer and make about 30 bottles of wine from the clippings. AMAZING!

I would love to see a list on your blog about wines that you would recommend that might be found at your local store. Affordable options?

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