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Kansas wines pictured, from left, are Cynthiana red from Kugler's Vineyard of Lawrence, Panape blush from BlueJacket Crossing Vineyard and Winery of Eudora and Chardonel white from Somerset Ridge Vineyard and Winery of Paola. (Wines purchased at On the Rocks, 1818 Massachusetts St.)

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Kansas wine: You needn't go far to taste state's unique terroir

The first rule about trying Kansas wine? Be open-minded to trying Kansas wine. “Get the California out of your mind,” said Lori Henderson, who along with her husband owns the newly opened Crooked Post Winery in Ozawkie. “Put all preconceived notions out of your head about what wines are supposed to taste like.” By Sara Shepherd

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