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Lined up in rows with military precision, the three acres of T posts support the wires, that support the vines, that support the grapes that Larry Yaden does not let grow — at least not yet anyway.
For the last two years, Yaden has methodically pulled the budding green grapes from the vines, tossing them to the ground.
But next year, it will be a different story. He’ll let the white seyval grapes and the red chamboursin grapes grow and ripen, ready to pluck from the vines and ship to a winery.
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