Historically, before Prohibition, Tennessee had a significant agricultural industry involved in the production of grapes and wine. More recently, starting in the mid 1970’s, a new era of grape and wine production is developing. Today we have 65 or so wineries. Tennessee has a challenging environment for grape growing due to high heat and humidity. That being said, with the right grape variety and agricultural practices , it can work. Importantly, these wineries are tourist destination points and places for special events. Our guest, Adam Acampora, is the Executive Director of the Tennessee Farm and Wine Association.