Author: aimeeavant

Prohibition in California – vineyard acreage increased to meet demand for grapes and home winemaking thrives

During Prohibition the California Wine Industry appeared to “dry up” but there was much activity beneath the surface. The Eighteenth Amendment allowed the sale of wine grapes to heads of households who could convert grape juice into wine as long they did not produce over 200 gallons of wine per household per year.

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