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A walk through the vineyard

Updated 2:15 PM ET, Fri April 12, 2013
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The drought of 2012 had a devastating impact on farmers in the United States. But one industry that actually benefits from dry conditions is wine. This is Breaux Vineyards in Loudon County, Virginia. Larry Lazo/CNN
The drought of 2012 had a devastating impact on farmers in the United States. But one industry that actually benefits from dry conditions is wine. This is Breaux Vineyards in Loudon County, Virginia. Larry Lazo/CNN
The drought of 2012 had a devastating impact on farmers in the United States. But one industry that actually benefits from dry conditions is wine. This is Breaux Vineyards in Loudon County, Virginia. Larry Lazo/CNN
The drought of 2012 had a devastating impact on farmers in the United States. But one industry that actually benefits from dry conditions is wine. This is Breaux Vineyards in Loudon County, Virginia. Larry Lazo/CNN
The drought of 2012 had a devastating impact on farmers in the United States. But one industry that actually benefits from dry conditions is wine. This is Breaux Vineyards in Loudon County, Virginia. Larry Lazo/CNN
The drought of 2012 had a devastating impact on farmers in the United States. But one industry that actually benefits from dry conditions is wine. This is Breaux Vineyards in Loudon County, Virginia. Larry Lazo/CNN
The drought of 2012 had a devastating impact on farmers in the United States. But one industry that actually benefits from dry conditions is wine. This is Breaux Vineyards in Loudon County, Virginia. Larry Lazo/CNN