Research  vineyard  manager, Sean Lynch thinned some of the grapes at the UK  Horticulture Research Farm. Although Kentucky is the home of  bourbon,  American  winemaking actually began here, with the nation's first  commercial vineyard established in 1798 in what is now Jessamine County.
Research vineyard manager, Sean Lynch thinned some of the grapes at the UK Horticulture Research Farm. Although Kentucky is the home of bourbon, American winemaking actually began here, with the nation's first commercial vineyard established in 1798 in what is now Jessamine County. Herald-Leader
Research vineyard manager, Sean Lynch thinned some of the grapes at the UK Horticulture Research Farm. Although Kentucky is the home of bourbon, American winemaking actually began here, with the nation's first commercial vineyard established in 1798 in what is now Jessamine County. Herald-Leader

Four wine-related courses drawing students' interest at University of Kentucky

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