Happy New Year! Thank you for another great year!
Closed January and February, 2019.
Resuming regular schedule (every Saturday and Sunday from 12-5), March, 2 2019.
Check our "Retail Outlets" tab on this website for great places to visit and also find our wine nearly every day of the week!
We're rearranging the winery, and construction will commence out front in the spring, so it'll be a mess for awhile....
For appointments during our closed period to check if we're available, call 563-217-0387. Thank you!
Our apologies, but we are not hosting bus trips or wedding parties; our space is limited. Thank you.
Our outdoor seating area, with views of the pond and vineyard, covered by a canopy for sun and rain protection, offering plenty of comfortable new chairs, tables and bistro sets, is available now for your enjoyment. Bring a picnic or snacks and pop a bottle of our fun and refreshing bubbly in the great outdoors!
Owen Gromme "Egrets Under the Bridge." Owen J. Gromme was born in Fond du Lac, Wisconsin on July 5, 1896. One of Mr. Gromme's finest accomplishments is his book Birds of Wisconsin, beautifully illustrated by many of his paintings. It was published in the fall of 1963 by the University of Wisconsin Press in Madison, Wisconsin. Alaskan Western redcedar fish-mobile hand made by Reilly and Al on left
Cattail metal sculpture. Unique and cool! Karen's lucky B-day present. Made by Tom Nelson of Muscoda, WI. He has many wonderful sculptures, check out his work at http://www.darkmetalartworks.com/ We have a nice selection of sculptures for sale, very popular, going fast! There's a butterfly, cranes, fish, dragonflies, and more! Give a unique gift that will last a lifetime!
Fred Easker's "Wexford Morning" a print of an oil painting Fred made that depicts our local trout stream and picturesque Wexford bottoms, found just adjacent the Immaculate Conception Church on X52, The Great River Road, very near the winery. All of Fred's great paintings bring his subjects into vivid near- sentience with really great life-like detail. Fred and wife Velga have a studio in Lansing. Check their work out here: https://www.easkerart.com/