Thomas V. Munson of Denison is considered the father of the grape industry in Texas. In the 1890s he developed many new varieties of grapes and was responsible for many grapevine cuttings being shipped to France, where they were credited with saving the French vineyards from destruction by the grape phylloxera.
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