A tradition carried On
When my grandparents came from Costansa, Romainia, a grape growing area from ancient times, they brought with them the traditions of wine, Home Brew, music, and dance. They could not grow grapes in this climate, so they turned to the Saskatoon, the only fruit available to them, and they found that the wine was as good if not better, producing a wine that was full bodied and rich in minerals and nutrients. The Saskatoon sustained the early natives as well as the early settlers and as you can see, kept them very healthy and energetic. I have been making wine since the early seventies enjoying the fruits of my labors, a tradition carried on. Traieste Multi Ani! ( Live Many Years)!