A PARTIAL VIEW OF THE HUNDREDS OF ACRES OF VINEYARDS, THE SOURCE OF LONIZ'S GRAPE JUICE
AMERICA'S FINEST VINEYARDS OFFER YOU THEIR TREASURES
THE juice of the grape; what magic is conjured by those words! From the very dawn of history _ man has worked in the vineyards and has found in their product a priceless reward for his labor. The juice of the grape in its fermented state has .been entwined in the destinies of the
human race for centuries. In modern times, however, man has discovered that with-out fermentation it makes a delicious beverage, with a high food value and important medicinal properties.
No finer grapes are grown in America than produced on Middle Bass Island in Lake Erie. The character of the soil and the friendliness of the climate, with the slowly cooling waters of the lake, prolong the ripen¬ ing period.
Middle Bass grapes have been famous for nearly half a century. With the coming of the National Prohibition Law the vineyard industry had to be revised to meet new conditions. This revision was effected by George F. Lonz without loss of demand for his superlative product.
H>-jwith are presented some of the reasons why Lonz's Grape Juice is the finest that money can
buv, and why the demand for each season's vintage exceeds the supply.
specific instructions are given to each grower when har- fully as possible to avoid bruising them and they must be
vescing the crop. The grapes must be fully ripened. Only brought to the cellars in clean containers the day they are
the choice fruit is taken. The .grapes are sorted; all defec- picked from the vines. These precautions insure for the
tive berries are removed. They must be handled as care- customer a product that cannot be excelled.
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