Segalla winery

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The Segalla Winery was located in now dry Perry county. Segalla winery was founded by one of four Italian winery owners, John Segalla. Other wineries founded by Italian immigrants included: Balsam Winery, the Solda and Vaccari Winery, and the Ghidotti Winery. These wineries flourished throughout the 1920s and the 1930s but by 1942 the vineyards were struck by disease and it was no longer profitable to grow grapes. The area which these wineries were located (Pulaski and Perry County) was historically known as Little Italy.