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Club helps wine making thrive

Central Wisconsin group marks 40 years of sharing knowledge

10:12 AM, Sep. 27, 2013
Concord grapes to be used in winemaking.
Concord grapes to be used in winemaking.
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While central Wisconsin isn't an area of the nation or state synonymous with wine making, there's a thriving community of people who enjoy making it.

The Central Wisconsin Amateur Winemakers Club has 68 members from throughout the area who meet once a month to share tips and techniques about making wine.

The club is celebrating its 40th year, said Emily Andres of Wisconsin Rapids who joined with her husband, Tom, in 2007. Tom Andres works in the cranberry business, which contributed to the couple's desire to learn to make wine, she said. ...

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