While we’re on the subject of websites…

..I wanted to take a moment to bring to your attention that The Ohio State University’s  Grape Extension Program maintains a website dedicated to listing vineyard and winery equipment, wine, juice, grapes, and other viticulture- and enology-related items for sale: The Grape Exchange on OGEN. If you have not signed up for the mailing list, you can contact Dave Scurlock (scurlock.2@osu.edu) and ask to join. Otherwise, I would encourage anyone new to the industry (really, the old timers, too, who might be looking for a deal) to check the page and monitor who’s selling what.

OGEN Grape Exchange

Go on – take a gander to see what’s for sale. For VESTA and KSUA Wine Degrees students, some of whom are just starting in the industry, this is a great resource to build their businesses.

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