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Holiday Wine Pairings

Holiday Wine Pairings

The holiday season is here! Wondering which wines to pair with your meal? From appetizers & entrees to side dishes & desserts, our Wine & Food Pairing Tool can help!

Mixology Monday: Hot Buttered Brandy Cider

Mixology Monday: Hot Buttered Brandy Cider

The Hot Buttered Brandy Cider combines hot apple cider, apple brandy, and spiced butter…and it’s perfect for your holiday celebrations. It will keep you warm all winter long! Hot Buttered Brandy Cider 1 ½ oz Wollersheim Wisconsin Apple Brandy 1 tablespoon...
Mixology Monday: Cranberry Collins

Mixology Monday: Cranberry Collins

The Tom Collins is a classic refreshing gin cocktail that lends itself to easy experimentation. By using a cranberry simple syrup you can convert the classic summer cooler into a festive fall cocktail. The floral qualities of our Garden Gate Gin combine with the...
Mixology Monday: Brandy Sour

Mixology Monday: Brandy Sour

The Sour is one of the classic American cocktails. It’s spirit-forward, easy to make, and very refreshing. Our version is made with Press House Brandy as the base spirit and includes egg white for velvety texture, though the egg white can easily be omitted. Brandy...
Mixology Monday: Corpse Reviver #1

Mixology Monday: Corpse Reviver #1

Corpse Revivers are an entire family of cocktails that were originally intended as “hair of the dog” drinks, to be consumed in the morning as a hangover cure. The great 1920s bartender Harry Craddock prescribed the Corpse Reviver #1, “To be taken before 11 am, or...
Mixology Monday: French 75

Mixology Monday: French 75

The French 75 is said to be named after the French 75mm field gun used during the first world war. While it can be served with either gin or brandy, here we present the famed cocktail made with Coquard Brandy, similar in style to the Cognac-based version served at the...
Mixology Monday: Manhattan Cocktail

Mixology Monday: Manhattan Cocktail

The Manhattan cocktail is one of the most famous drinks in the cocktail canon. While the original version used rye whiskey, in Wisconsin, it’s very common to substitute brandy. Some cocktail books may refer to this drink as the Harvard cocktail and others the...
Mixology Monday: Southside Cocktail

Mixology Monday: Southside Cocktail

We’re introducing a brand new feature, called Mixology Monday! Stay tuned here and on social media, where we’ll showcase a recipe you can make at home using our spirits. We’ll also include a brief description of the history of the cocktail or the...

New: Vermouth

We’re excited to announce our newest addition: Wollersheim Vermouth! Available now, at the distillery.

Summer Happy Hour at the Distillery

Thursday, September 21, 2017
4pm – 6pm

Join us the 3rd Thursday of the month for Happy Hour at the Distillery. Enjoy 2-for-1 cocktails and cheese snack plates out on our patio.

It’s Harvest Time!

You can feel it in the air…the excitement and anticipation of harvest!

New: Vineyard and History Tours!

We are very excited to announce two new tour options: the Wollersheim Vineyard Tour and the Wollersheim History Tour!

Update on our Mighty Oak

An update on our Mighty Oak: there’s the Arc de Triomphe in Paris, the Arch of St Louis, and now the Arch of Wollersheim!

Happy New Year!

As we celebrate the New Year, join us as we take a look back at 2016: a Wollersheim Winery & Distillery Year in Review…

Wine 101: Barrel Fermentation

Wine 101: Barrel Fermentation

As winemaking season continues, we thought we’d talk about one of the more unique parts of the process: barrel fermentation.

Sauk Prairie Eagle Watching Day

Wednesday, December 7th
10 am-5 pm
Eagle White will also be featured once again as part of Sauk Prairie’s Bald Eagle Watching Days, January 14th.

2016 Grape Harvest

2016 Grape Harvest

From grapes to juice and soon-to-be wine…cheers to harvest, our busiest time of the year!

Happy Birthday to Agoston Haraszthy!

Happy Birthday to Agoston Haraszthy!

We raise a birthday toast to Agoston Haraszthy, the first planter of grapevines on the winery site. The Hungarian nobleman arrived here in the 1840s. The steep terrain reminded him of his homeland, and was ideal for growing grapes. His words, while looking over the...