Olathe: Planning for growth, counting on corn

Cottonwood Cellars named for the giant cottonwoods at the vineyard, is Olathe’s oldest winery. Owners Diana and Keith Reed grow seven different varieties of grapes, and are especially pleased with the quality of their lemberger and pinot noir.



Olathe Cottonwood Cellars

Cottonwood Cellars named for the giant cottonwoods at the vineyard, is Olathe’s oldest winery. Owners Diana and Keith Reed grow seven different varieties of grapes, and are especially pleased with the quality of their lemberger and pinot noir.

If the potato grower’s co-op, the corn festival and the irrigated fields surrounding the town don’t make it abundantly clear that Olathe is a farm town, perhaps a visit to the…




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