Not too dry yet not too sweet... this wine is on the fence.
Green apple and citrus notes, similar to a German Riesling.
Semi-sweet white produced from American Vidal Blanc grapes.
Fruit forward, Beaujolais style table wine.
Our most popular red wine; pairs well with wood-fired pizzas and spaghetti with marinara sauce.
Off dry red blend, replacing the Mississippi River Red.
(Off dry showcases a hint of sweetness in the aftertaste, between dry and semi-sweet on the spectrum.)
Pairs perfectly with your back deck (or ours) on a relaxing Sunday Afternoon.
The photograph on our label was taken of the winery from a drone the Sunday Afternoon of Memorial Day Weekend 2017 at sunset.
Dry white similar to a Pinot Grigio.
Tropical fruit, pear & pineapple aromas with sweet intense flavors.
Visit our tasting room and you will likely be greeted by our very own Daisy Girl.
Sweet white produced from LaCrescent grapes, most comparable to Moscato.
Our sweet red is reminiscent of the classic homemade wine grandpa kept in a barrel in the cellar.
Pairs well with barbequed foods or anything off the grill.
Sweet red wine produced with blend of Iowa grapes and sweetened with Concord.
Aromatic nose filled with floral notes, with a bright and crisp finish.
Popular wine when hosting large groups. We joke that every bachelorette group to come through the winery has ordered this bottle.
Sweet blush wine produced from the Stueben grape.