Laughter erupts among the rows of grapes on Roachville Road. It's the first harvest for Heritage at Kentuscany, and the event has drawn help from as far away as Cincinnati and Nashville.
Between Ray Roberts and his son-in-law Adam Russell, the two own 7 1/2 acres of grapes on Roachville Road.
The idea to start a vineyard came after prayer, Roberts said.
"We were looking for something multi-generational."
After touring other vineyards in Kentucky, Roberts, a former pastor and now a chiropractor, decided to start his own.