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Vintner's Cellar Celebrates National Drink Wine Day

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You may not have noticed it on the calendar, but we're told this is National Drink Wine Day. And if you're looking to celebrate, a Bismarck winery has plenty to offer.

Vintner's Cellar makes, bottles and sells more than 30 varieties. The winery uses many locally grown fruits. And some might surprise you. One of their new wines uses the aronia berry.

"It grows here. It's fairly new. It's a superfruit. It's fairly new. They're working with it at the research center in Carrington. It's very high in antioxidants. It's four times higher in antioxidants than the acai berry," says Allan Fuller, Vintner's Winery.

The winery has been open for nine years. It's located in the Gateway Mall.

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