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Topic - Chris Pearmund
"If I were to have friends and family here for a week, what is a tangible thing to hand them?" he asks rhetorically. "Peanuts? Cigarettes? Or wine? I think it is becoming the signature thing for Virginia. Maryland has crabs. Virginia has certainly come to embrace that wine has boosted the state's reputation."
"To have a successful winery in Virginia, you need a million dollars," he says.