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2010 marked the acquisition of approximately 200 acres in southern Overland Park, Johnson County, Kansas. Much of the land was and still is being used by crop and livestock farmers. It was decided on the way back from a trip to Napa that the land should also be used to grow grapes, make wine, and host events. Along with one of Kansas City's most renowned architects, area for the first five acres of grapes was marked out. Plans were submitted to the Overland Park zoning committee, and Aubrey Vineyards made it's mark in history by getting approved to become Overland Park's first winery. With the help of another local winery, the trellis, watering system, and grape plants were installed by May of 2012. Approximately 3100 grape vines in four varieties were planted: Crimson Cabernet, Cabernet Dore, Traminette, and Valvin Muscat - three whites and one red.
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