The Wollersheim property in Prairie du Sac began as a winery in the 1840s with Hungarian nobleman and Sauk City founder, Agoston Haraszthy, making it an historic landmark. Now owned and operated by the Wollersheim family and winemaker Philippe Coquard, the winery makes more than 15 kinds of wine. Four winter-hardy hybrid varietals are grown on the rolling hills of the Wollersheim estate, which are used for seven different wines, and other varieties of grapes are custom-grown in New York and Washington. The winery also distills its own brandy. TripAdvisor.com listed the Wollersheim Winery in “America’s Top 10 Winery Tours” and Wollersheim won Wine of the Year in 2013 for their Dry Riesling.
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