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Fan Favorites: Wisconsin Winery Tours Perfect for Summer
Last Updated: 2/26/2013
For a state known for its dairy, Wisconsin does wonders with grapes. Several independent wineries have made a home on the state’s bountiful farmland, producing some of the most full-bodied wines of any region in the country.
Well, we asked, and our Facebook community delivered. Below are our fan favorite picks for the best wineries in Wisconsin. Test them out with a winery tour or tasting of your choosing!
They also have an outdoor area where they have bands, food and wine during the summer. We are definitely planning at least one trip there this summer. – Paige D.
- Tenba Ridge Winery – Blair
Amazing views, you can bring in all of your favorite snacks to enjoy with your wine, PLUS you get to sample all 18 wines for free. – Danielle G.
New winery, beautiful Italian style buildings, wonderful wines. A very serious start-up. – Rick V.
Our family favorite in Door County! – Christy M.
My husband absolutely loves their cranberry wine. We need to make a trip over that way to get some more! – Jennifer M.
A beautiful view of the Mississippi from the top of the Alma Bluffs. – Auntie A.
Wollersheim has its own vineyard and wonderful history. When I was there I must say it was the most informative and delightful wine tasting experience I have ever had. – Lynn S.
You feel like you've been transported to French countryside. – Julie P.
Thanks to our Facebook friends for sharing their favorite Wisconsin wineries. What did we miss? Feel free to suggest your destination in the comments. For more delicious wine tastings, check out a number of Wisconsin food and wine festivals in the coming months.This entry was posted in Wineries