Purdue hosts winemaking, grape-growing workshop

Purdue University is opening its vineyard to people interested in starting a commercial wine or grape-growing business.

An Oct. 13 workshop will offer tours of the school's vineyard at Meigs Farm during which participants will learn the basics of juice and wine quality control. The workshop is run by Purdue's Wine Grape Action Team, a group that aims to help Indiana vintners and wine grape growers.

Workshop participants will also get to have some fun — they are asked to bring a bottle of wine to share with others.

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