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Wisconsin's cold climate white wines have the most lovely floral bouquet! Every bottle you open is a delight to your sense of smell.
Heavenly - $15.75
Light, dry and crisp, with notes of lemon, grapefruit zest and vanilla. Finishes with bright, refreshing acidity.
This is an estate wine made from the Louise Swenson grape.
Seyval Blanc - $14.75
This beauty comes from the famed Finger Lakes Region of New York. This is the best selling wine in the Midwest. Wollersheim calls theirs Prairie Fume.
Semi-dry with a combination of fruit and spice. Not too sweet and not too dry.
La Crescent - $16.75
6th Annual International Cold Climate Competiton - Double Gold
2018 Finger Lakes International Wine Competition bronze winner
This is the wine that dry and sweet palates both love.
Semi-sweet with notes of tangerine, apricot and a distinctive floral aroma.
Brianna - $15.75
7th Annual International Cold Climate Competition - Silver
The winemaker's wife claims this is the best smelling wine. These are the first grapes to ripen in our vineyard.
Semi-sweet with a nice balance of sweet, sour, and tart. It's crisp and fruity with notes of peach and pineapple.
Summer Mornings -$14.75
Wisconsin meets New York in every bottle because grapes come from both states. This is known as a great wedding wine.
Semi-sweet, ruby red grapefruit flavor with crisp notes of peach and strawberry.