With temperatures hovering just below 20 degrees Fahrenheit, the crew at Wollersheim Winery & Distillery, with the help of volunteers, harvested one of the largest crops of Ice Wine grapes in the winery’s history.
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!
Prairie Fumé, the wine that made Wollersheim Winery famous, continues to be a showstopper in the world of international wine competitions, recently receiving various accolades for 2018.
Prairie Fumé earned a Triple Gold and Best of Class at the 2018 Dan Berger International Wine Competition held recently in Santa Rosa, California. There were 1,278 wines entered in this double blind competition judged by 29 esteemed wine judges.
Throughout the state of Wisconsin and the Greater Midwest, many people have come to know the name Wollersheim in the world of winemaking, but chances are that they are less familiar with the extensive history of brandy production on the hillside property.
The Burr Oak, which graces the Wollersheim Winery and Distillery logo, is as much a part of our historic winery as the vines, barrels and cellars. It defines us — so we’re doing our best to save it.
Our Dry Riesling received Best White Wine at the 2018 Pacific Rim International Wine Competition held in San Bernardino, California. Over 1,000 wines entered the competition from places as far away as France, Chile and Australia.
The next time you’re enjoying some Brandy and get that Old Fashioned feeling, you’ll know why.
Wisconsin is often overlooked when it comes to the world of wine, and its infamously long and cold winters play a large part in that misconception. How do we do it?
The winery and distillery will be closed Easter Sunday. We will be open on Monday at our regular hours. Happy Easter!
The Sazerac cocktail has a rich history in American cocktail culture, with a past that predates the American Civil War.
If you drink whiskey or Bourbon regularly, you’ve probably heard it. “All Bourbons are whiskies, but not all whiskies are Bourbons.”
Round Top Rye, our very first whiskey! Featured in this Sazerac cocktail, a classic in the canon.
Is it spring yet? The Scarlet Apple cocktail is bright, tart and refreshing and celebrates our Wisconsin bounty by combining our Apple Eau de Vie, made from Wisconsin grown Apples, with a Cranberry Sage shrub.
Brandy Alexander: a quintessential Wisconsin cocktail.
A variation on the Treacle cocktail, our Wisconsin Apple Brandy version is named for the bluff on which we are located.
Like Moscow Mules? Then you’ll love this Wisconsin variation combining Press House Brandy, Lemon and Ginger Beer!
Happy National Hot Toddy Day! Hot Toddies are the perfect way to brighten a chilly day.
In honor of the grand opening of Vintage Brewing Co. Sauk Prairie we offer a special edition of Mixology Monday.