Agriculture Commissioner Steve Troxler sits down each week with Southern Farm Network’s Rhonda Garrison to discuss “Today’s Topic.”
September is North Carolina Wine and Grape Month, with plenty of opportunities for wine lovers to celebrate the state’s wine and grape industry.
Commissioner Troxler says it’s a great time of year to celebrate wine and grapes because it lines up with North Carolina’s traditional harvest season for grapes.
Some facts about N.C. wine and grapes:
Following are a few of the special events planned at wineries and vineyards across the state:
You can find a list of N.C. wineries, including maps and contact information, by clicking here. And you can listen to Commissioner Troxler and Rhonda talk about N.C. Wine and Grape Month by clicking on the audio player below.
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