Washington Life Magazine

Virginia winery owners will tell you how they got vineyard fever working a summer job in a winery, and how they traded in their three-piece suits for jeans, boots and a life amid the vines. They may have philosophy rather than oenology degrees, but they are following in the hallowed footsteps of Thomas Jefferson, America’s third president, who fell in love with wine and never recovered — even when he discovered how difficult and costly his passion could be. As the old adage says, “How do you make a small fortune in wine? Start with a big one.”

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