From Corn to Cabernet

Aschwanden, Christie
August 2009
High Country News;8/17/2009, Vol. 41 Issue 14, p12
The article focuses on the growth of the wine industry in Palisade, Colorado. It discusses how the town's wine vineyards and orchards have become more valuable than housing developments, and cites how wineries attract tourists in the region amid the economic difficulties. It notes that the state's wine industry has been growing steadily for the past decade even in the current down economy. Analysts also believe that when the state's wine sector continues to succeed, other types of agriculture will also benefit.


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