High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Oklahoma wine refers to
wine made from grapes grown in the U.S. state of Oklahoma. Wine
production was a significant component of the Oklahoma agricultural
economy in the 1920s. The industry was destroyed by the Dust Bowl
of the 1930s and the introduction of Prohibition in the United
States. Oklahoma currently has about 52 wineries. Most of the
wineries are located in Green Country (Northeast Oklahoma), Lincoln
county and surrounding areas in east central Oklahoma, Central
Oklahoma and Southwest Oklahoma.
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