SEGMENT: FARM BUSINESS & WINE

Edward Russell>ISM Interviews M-Z>ISM Interviews M-Z, Segment 7

SEGMENT: FARM BUSINESS & WINE,

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FARM BUSINESS
Recommends that anyone interested in starting a vineyard get the training necessary, and find someone to apprentice under. You need to know what you are going to do before you do it. It is important to please the customer. Ample parking, shade trees, room at the bar, children's activities, picnic tables. People from all over the world come to his vineyard, looking for a good time. People leave happy. Making good wine is important, but so is being a good host. Family oriented. 15 acres in vineyards, 15 acres in buildings, ponds, park area. Approx. 150 acres across the road. Might turn the land across the road into vineyard in the future.
WINE
Most people prefer the sweeter wines over the dry wines. If he plants more vines they will be sweeter, like Concords, Niagaras, and Vidals.