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Aug 2004 Issue of Wine Business Monthly
NortheastConnecticut The Litchfield County Times reported that Sherman Haight, an 81-year-old grape grower who planted the first successful vineyards in the state after Cornell University, Pennsylvania State University and the University of Connecticut had failed, is planning to sell his eight-acre Haight Vineyard property. The land, which has been owned by his family since the 1920s and was first planted to grapevines in 1975, includes six vineyards, a winery and several houses and is listed fo...
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