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Adelsheim Vineyard (added Sep 30, 2008)
Stone's Throw Winery (added Sep 30, 2008)
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Latest Wine Journal Entries

Kerrigan Brothers Winery (written Sep 30, 2008)
Wine: 1 stars Winery: 2 stars Ambiance: 2 stars
These really aren't wines so much as very sweet brandys. If you want a sweet dessert wine of virtually any fruit variety (apple, blueberry, cherry, lemon, raspberry, etc...) these will work in a pinch. Otherwise, if you really want a true wine your best bet is to go to a wine shop and find it there.

Stone's Throw Winery (written Sep 30, 2008)
Wine: 5 stars Winery: 5 stars Ambiance: 5 stars
I totally disagree with most of the comments here. If your expecting a typical Door County winery (sweet cherry wines) that is not what you are going to get. Stones Throw specializes in high quality wines and the owner expects nothing else. He's not trying to compete with the typical Door county stuff, which is fine for most Wisconsinites. I came in for a visit with my wife over labor day weekend and was very impressed. I am in no way a "snooty" or "snobby" person and was wearing a baseball cap, t-shirt and shorts (my userID is more scarcastic than correct). They treated me with respect and recognized that I knew what I was looking for in a wine. The tasting was great and we even joined their wine club. I originally tasted their wine at Flannigan's wine review in Appleton and was shocked that it was a Wisconsin wine. This place is what it is, they are targeting the people in Door County that like "Quality" wine. If this is what you call "snooty" then you can get the sweet stuff at any of the other local "so-called" wineries.

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