Ignacio’s Fox Fire Farms set to uncork 2019 season

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Ignacio’s Fox Fire Farms set to uncork 2019 season

Historical farm has become a community hub for summer events
Marquette grapes are the first to bud. The grapes are a native North American and vinifera hybrid.
Fox Fire Farms bottles around 12,000 bottles of wine per year.
Fox Fire Farms employee Michael Beckley performs the final step to the bottling process is capsuling a wine bottle with a foil cover.
Fox Fire Farms is a boutique winery that makes non-traditional varieties.
Fox Fire Farms has been in Richard Parry’s family for 102 years. It is 910 acres, but only 8.5 are designated for the vineyard.

Ignacio’s Fox Fire Farms set to uncork 2019 season

Marquette grapes are the first to bud. The grapes are a native North American and vinifera hybrid.
Fox Fire Farms bottles around 12,000 bottles of wine per year.
Fox Fire Farms employee Michael Beckley performs the final step to the bottling process is capsuling a wine bottle with a foil cover.
Fox Fire Farms is a boutique winery that makes non-traditional varieties.
Fox Fire Farms has been in Richard Parry’s family for 102 years. It is 910 acres, but only 8.5 are designated for the vineyard.
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