Cedar Creek Winery
Our sister winery is located in Cedarburg, Wisconsin, just 20 miles north of Milwaukee. Cedarburg is a popular tourist destination that draws crowds seasonally for its festivals, including Strawberry Festival in June and Wine & Harvest Festival in September.
The Wollersheim Winery family opened Cedar Creek Winery in 1990. Cedar Creek Winery is part of the Cedar Creek Settlement, a restored 1860s woolen mill in Cedarburg that is also home to shops and a restaurant. The building’s cool limestone cellars provide an ideal environment for fermenting and aging some Cedar Creek wines in oak barrels.
Wollersheim Winery and Cedar Creek Winery operate under the same family ownership and have the same winemaker, Philippe Coquard. Likewise, some grapes for Cedar Creek’s wines are custom-grown in the Wollersheim vineyards. Nevertheless, these sister wineries are separate brands that offer distinct wine varieties and visitor experiences.
Cedar Creek Winery offers an array of traditional-style red, white and blush grape wines that range from dry to sweet, and have received recognition in both national and international wine competitions. Cedar Creek Winery is open for tours, tastings and shopping daily, year-round, from 10am-5pm.