About the Montana Grape and Winery Association
The Montana Grape and Winery Association was (following text copied from NDGWA as a sample) established in 2006 to promote viticulture in the state. To reflect the needs of the growing membership and recognizing that the grape industry can only grow in cooperation with the wine industry, the name was changed in 2012 to the North Dakota Grape and Wine Association. Today, the NDGWA serves commercial and amateur fruit and grape growers and winemakers across North Dakota and nearby states.
In 2011 the North Dakota Grape and Wine Program Committee developed a vision and strategic plan for the grape and wine industry in North Dakota.