West Virginia was once part of the chief wine-producing region in the U.S. Before the Civil War, before a blight decimated the industry, the low ridges of the Ohio Valley sheltered countless vineyards. Only now is the region beginning to recover as a grape-growing region. As more vineyards open and more aficionados discover its potential appellation, wine tastings and the opportunity for winery touring increases.
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For further information of West Virginia Wineries, contact the West Virginia Grape Growers Association