Free Show at Cold Country Vines & Wines, Eddie Biebel
Watch Video HERE
E3207 Nuclear Road, Kewaunee, WI
Bring you lawn chairs a picnic and enjoy some Cold Country Wine while watching the greatest country picker in the midwest.
Eddie Biebel has won hundreds of awards and played across the nation with the best. See him Thursday June 19th at 5:00 PM for Music
To Watch Video Click HERE
Matt is back at Cold Country Sunday June 5th.
Admission is FREE!
Bring your own picnic!
Matthew Schroeder is a seasoned performer, guitar educator, and WAMI (Wisconsin Area Music Industry) winning guitarist who has a depth in his playing resulting from a life long pursuit of music and the guitar. From the age of two when his parents had to replace worn out records, to his high school years spent playing in rock bands, Matt has diligently focused on the guitar. It was after high school Matt discovered fingerstyle artists like Michael Hedges, Leo Kottke and Billy McLaughlin, who charted a solo guitar course outside of the traditional jazz or classical traditions, and gave him a glimpse of his future.
Captivated by this music, Matt enrolled in the short-lived cooperative guitar program at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee/Wisconsin Conservatory of Music majoring in American fingerstyle guitar; the only institution in the world to offer such degree. There, he worked with many of the finest guitarists in the world, performing in master classes with Pierre Bensusan, Benjamin Verdery, Pat Donohue, Billy McLaughlin, and Alex DeGrassi, as well as studying one on one with local legends John Stropes, Don Linke and Peter Roller.
Petite Pearl Rose' was first released last February and has been released again in April 2021. This is a darker rose' with aromas of strawberry and cranberry. An absolutely delicious semi-dry wine. View virtual tasting by clicking here or on the label above.
The word boutique is typically used to describe a small shop with fashionable clothing. Or a small shop with specialized clientele. But now the word boutique is used to describe a small winery in the middle of nowhere.
A boutique winery makes small batches of wine by hand. The workers in a boutique winery often wear many hats and may work in all areas including the vineyard, winery and tasting room. They touch the vines, the grapes, the bottles, and help cork, label, and cap. These people see winemaking as a craft and an artform. They don't make wine on a grand scale, they create small, unique, limited runs. These workers are so hands on that they treat the business as their own. The workers make the difference at a boutique winery and tend to have a special passion and enthusiasm for their wines.
The owners and employees of a boutique winery establish a very personal connection with not only their wines but also their guests. It is not uncommon for the winemaker to interact with guests. In the case of Cold Country, don't be surprised if you see owner and winemaker Jay Stoeger show up in the tasting room with a laboratory science beaker filled with his latest yet-to-be-bottled wine.
A boutique winery is a small winery, in the middle of nowhere, with passionate people creating wine as an artform. BAM - That's us! Cold Country Vines & Wines is proud to be a boutique winery!