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 Osage Springs Vineyard

Why Kansas? Kansas had more acreage in wine grapes before the Civil War than any other state in the United States – about 4,000 – 6,000 acres.

In 1881, Kansas was the first state to pass prohibition. Then, in the late 1800’s, Carrie Nation and her women vigilantes hatcheted down saloon doors, broke wine barrels, and burned the vineyards. After that, national Prohibition started and lasted long enough that Kansas grape production never recovered. But, in 1985, Kansas passed the Kansas Farm Winery Statute. By 2010, there were 23 licensed wineries in Kansas. Four national Jefferson Cups were awarded to Kansas wine in 2010.

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Somerset
Ridge Vineyard

Starting in 2014, Osage Springs wines will be available for purchase.

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Ranch Systems

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Ranch Systems Management

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Kansas Grapes and Wines

View the association of Kansas Winery and Vineyard owners

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