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    It's one of three new vineyards in the Sunnyslope area that will provide grapes to help satisfy the demand for Idaho wines. Greg and Andy Koenig are managing the J Victor Vineyard, and Greg Koenig, owner of Koening Vineyards, will get to work with the vineyards' fruit.

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UPDATED February 26, 2016 03:38 PM

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