Buffalo, ND - Grapes aren't exactly the cash crop that most would associate with North Dakota, but you can find a number of wineries hoping to change that.
At the Red Trail Winery Saturday, farmers were out harvesting grapes 14 years after the owner, Rodney Hogen, originally started the business.
Hogen says that he's been seeing a lot of new interest for wine in the area and hope to see the trend continue.
"It's becoming a great tourism attraction for the state of North Dakota and it'll bring in a few tax dollars."
For links to the website for Red Trail Winery and multiple other wineries in the area, you can click on the links attached to this story.