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The dread spotted lanternfly poses the biggest threat to grapevines, which has some vineyard owners in Erie County worried and preparing for the worst.

A deep rich purple with a sweet and sour taste, grape pie is an anomaly to many who have never tried or heard of it.

At Molly's Vineyard, in Vermilion, Ohio, Molly Anders sticks to what she learned from her mom, Connie O'Leary, when she was involved with the vineyard: treat everyone like family.

In Ohio, 14 grape growers will receive up to $3,000 per acre in grant money to create new or expand existing vineyards.

Southern Ohio vineyards took a hit last week when frost killed off early emerging buds, and northern Ohio grape growers are bracing for the potential in their area as well.

The Northeast Ohio Grape Field Day will showcase grape production and vineyard management at the Ashtabula Agricultural Research Station July 19.

To successfully grow backyard grapes, you need to select the right cultivar and then meet its planting, pruning and growing requirements.

Ohio State Extension will hold the 2017 Northeast Ohio Twilight Grape Tour Aug. 28, 5:30-8 p.m., at Laurello Vineyards and Winery, 4573 state Route 307 E.

Lee Klingshirn is the third generation to run the family winery and vineyard in Avon Lake, Ohio and earned him the Grape Grower of the Year award in 2015.

The April cold snap had some orchards and vineyards in Ohio and Pennsylvania worried about their crop surviving the freeze.