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The very first license for a bonded winery in North Dakota was granted to the Pointe of View Winery by the BATF on April 17, 2002. This marked the very first time that all 50 American states have had at least one bonded winery. Operating their winery from a yellow, four-car garage, Jeff and Diana Peterson and Ken and Cindy Eggleston have enjoyed making wine together for the past 15 years for consumption by family and friends. Now they’ve decided to share their enthusiasm. In April, 2003, a legal amendment was signed by Governor Hoeven to promote agriculture and economic development. This allows for the establishment of commercial wineries and provides growers with an alternative cash crop. We shall see what the future holds for North Dakota and the Pointe of View Winery. As we write, there is another potential winery in the works. – Description from Appellation America (view original content)

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    This red wine producing grape, reportedly cold-hardy to -70 F (approx. -52 C), has lived up to its name in some harsh...

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  • You're correct Greg.  The bearded guy in a lumberjack shirt may very ... ... be like buying wine in North Dakota (golly, she's due north!). Sheena, you'd have to check and see if you can have wine delivered in Sask.  Alberta yes.  BC no.  Now, you could go to a wine (liquor) store there and they can get stuff if you don't see it. Ask your sis... Read More

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  • Hi Gwen,Welcome to Snooth.  My name's Darren.I'm pretty much just ... one recent conscript is from North Dakota and he hasn't much to choose from locally.  Are there some good wine shops near yo Read More

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  • NG- thanks for the suggestions. I am sure the wine/liquor stores would order ... the financial prosperity of North Dakota the population density has not significantly changed. The entire state has a population of approximately 700,000. The Bismarck area where I live has @ 150,000 if you're generous in drawing the boundaries. Stores tend to pla... Read More

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  • my access to wine specialty shops is non existent.North Dakota must have some interesting laws regarding shipping wine as I can receive wine from most wine clubs but not from on-line wine distributors or wineries.It sounds like one of Dante's 13 rings of hell. Seriously, Dave, you have provided us with a very interesting introduction.  I very mu... Read More

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  • Hi, I am an accidental wine enthusiast. As part of a major remodeling project ... wines. I am 63 and live in North Dakota so my access to wine specialty shops is non existent. As I purchased wines from various liquor/wine stores I began to read more on the web about wine and the perpetual hobbyist in me was hooked. First I found out that wine ... Read More

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  • I am a 33 year old female from North Dakota who enjoys all wines from all regions and all ages. The winters and cooler nights create special appreciations for Cabernet Sauvignons, Malbec's and Pinot Noir's. The spring and summers have me longing for Rieslings and Pinot Grigios. I love flavor and I love to twiddle wine stems in my fingers with a ... Read More

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