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July 7, 2014 6:02 PM

A step ahead for Missouri wines at City Market

A proposed city ordinance amendment would allow area grape growers and wineries to sell their products at the City Market. At a time when Missouri and Kansas wineries are attracting increasing interest and turning out larger quantities of quality wine, the move represents a welcome improvement — for consumers and the local wine industry.

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