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Is Wine Just for Women?

As I write this message today, I am coincidentally enjoying a glass of Pink Door, a one-of-a-kind rosé style wine that blends two whites and two reds.  It's one of our Door County location's flagship wines, named for the beautiful Door County. While Pink Door…

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Inspired Wine: Love comes before Learning

Many in the wine industry, from wine writers to winemakers to sommeliers are often criticized for their very analytical, detailed, and even esoteric ways of talking about wine.  For example, it is not uncommon to read a wine review or…

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7 Tips to Host A Wine Party

https://www.youtube.com/embed/DmLiSCvvnTM?rel=0&showinfo=0&theme=light The joy of a home wine tasting is that it can be as simple or as elaborate as you wish. Your personality and those of your friends and family will set the tone. Some may want to host a…

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Pairing Wisconsin Wine and Cheese

One of the most historically common pairings is wine and cheese. With Wisconsin being a prominent producer of each, we thought it was time to figure out exactly why these two pair so well together. Our owner, Maria, pursued the…

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How To Taste Wine

One of the most conversational topics about wine is how to actually taste it properly. Everyone has their own way, but here are five easy and universally accepted steps to help you better appreciate your next glass of wine. 1.…

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Top 5 Reasons to Drink Wisconsin Rosès

 Have you joined the rosè craze? We're talking rosè wines, the hottest trend across the nation. From New York to Los Angeles, people are obsessed. And Wisconsin makes some of the most unparalleled varieties available. Here are the top 5…

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How to Pair Wine and Dessert

When "Local" also means World-Class Nationally we have seen a great rise in the interest for all things “local."  You see it from produce to restaurant menus to beverages.  Among the reasons for this growing interest is the desire to…

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