More Women Making Wine in the Midwest

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  1. Mark Ganchiff says:

    Great article Rebecca! The Midwest must be pushing that 10% number you mention. Two other Midwest winemakers who are producing seriously good wines and striving for ever better ones are Michelle Meyer at Holy-Field Vineyard & Winery in Basehor, Kansas and Cathy Bommarito-Manley at Bommarito Estate Almond Tree Winery in New Haven, Missouri. (Danny using Mark’s log-in)

  2. Congratulations to these hard working ladies! Cheers to all if you.

  3. Theresa Preston says:

    http://www.buffalorockwinery.com/my-story.html

    Nicole Dietman is the owner of her own vineyard and mother of two!

  4. steve littlefield says:

    Cyndy Keesee is the winemaker at Edg-Clif Farms and Vineyard in Potosi, Mo. She does amazing things with ‘Chamborcin Grapes, She makes Chambourcin wine 8 different ways!

    • Mark Ganchiff says:

      Steve,

      Thanks for your note about Edg Clif, we did a profile on Edg-Clif during April. You can find it currently on the home page, but it can also be accessed through the Missouri section of MWP.

      Mark G.

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