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About Hopkins Vineyard

Meet Our People

Bill Hopkins

“If you’re going to sell wine, you really have to grow your own fruit. You build on your vines from year to year. If you don’t grow your own grapes, you can’t really be sure about what you’re getting. It can vary so much. We know our soils and our climate and we know our varieties. It makes for a better wine.”

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