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Richard Ryman column: Area vineyards expect to survive winter in good shape

8:25 AM, May 4, 2014
Ripening grapes in August 2011 at Ledgestone Vineyards in Greenleaf.
Ripening grapes in August 2011 at Ledgestone Vineyards in Greenleaf.
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Wollersheim Winery in Prairie du Sac said this week it could lose 40 to 50 percent of its grape buds because of winter conditions.

But 150 miles north, Northeastern Wisconsin grape growers say it's actually been a pretty good year.

"I keep telling people this is the easiest winter we've ever had," said Tim Abel of Ledgestone Vineyards near Greenleaf. "We got cold and it stayed cold and we had good snow cover." ...

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