Good things come to those who wait—82 years. North Dakota was the very last state in the U.S. to license a commercial winery since the prohibition of alcohol in 1920. However, when that first winery was established, there was no stopping this state. Today, the Peace Garden State is home to six wineries and two vineyards. What makes these wineries unique, however, is not their long-awaited establishment, but the fact that many of the wineries in North Dakota focus on wines made primarily of fruits other than grapes. Rhubarb, strawberries and apples are commonly-used fruits for wines in the state.