Drought could produce good wine in Midwest - Article Photos 3/3

In this Aug. 15, 2012 photo, grapes that weathered a summer of drought that gripped much of the Midwest ripen close to harvest in the six-acre vineyard at OakGlenn Winery near Hermann, Mo. While the drought proved ruinous for many other crops, vintners say grapes held their own, producing sweeter fruit with more concentrated flavor that could give wine enthusiasts something to cheer. (AP Photo/Jim Suhr)