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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.
Chardonel - $14
The Chardonel grape is grown in Pennsylvania and is the daughter of Chardonnay and Seyval Blanc. Just like Chardonnay, Chardonel is fermented twice then sur lie aged. When fermented in Wisconsin it picks up our crisp northern qualities.
Dry, crisp and fruity with a hint of oak.
Seyval Blanc - $14
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.
Riesling - $16
The Finger Lakes Region of New York is considered to be the best at growing riesling grapes. That's where our grapes come from.
Semi-sweet with a strong citrus nose and spicy finish.
La Crescent - $16
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
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
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.