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Lincoln’s Excellent Wine

by Jeff Korbelik A scream pierces through the night at James Arthur Vineyards. The guest of honor has been murdered and now it’s up to those in attendance at the winery to determine “who dunnit.” Since opening in 1997, JAV...

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Lincoln’s family wineries thrive

by Jeff Korbelik When it comes to producing wine in Nebraska, the key ingredient just may be family. That’s because many of the wineries throughout the state, especially around Lincoln, are family-owned and operated, with individuals pouring their hearts and...

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Lincoln Wine

If you ask a non-Nebraskan what the Cornhusker state is known for, you’ll likely hear corn, cows and of course football. However, there is more to the state once known as the Great American desert.  Nebraska has a wonderfully unique...

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Lincoln Wine

by Jim Ballard As visitors traverse eastern Nebraska during the waning months of the summer, the horizon is filled with cornstalks and soybeans standing at attention waiting for the start of another fall harvest. But if you get off the...

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Wineries in Lincoln

by Jim Ballard Turn back the clock to the early 1900s, and you will find Nebraska was home to hundreds of acres of grapevines dotting southeast Nebraska along the Missouri River. The practice and traditions of growing grapes was carried...

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Lincoln’s Local Wine

By Jim Ballard Over the last 20 years there has been an explosion of wineries across the United States. From 1995 to 2015 the number of wineries has increased from around 1,800 to nearly 8,500. Nebraska has mirrored the surge...

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Lincoln’s Own Wine Story

Located in Raymond just North of Lincoln, James Arthur Vineyard is Nebraska’s largest and oldest vineyard. It sits on 400 acres of prairie grassland and has been family owned and operated for the past 17 years by co-owners Jim and...

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Lincoln Is Wine Country

by Paige Cornwell Whether you’re a wine connoisseur or someone who just enjoys the occasional glass, Nebraska has a wine and a vineyard for you. Nebraska wine makers say that although their wine may be different from wines made in...