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Prairie Fire Winery, Paxico

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Prairie Fire Winery is located in Paxico. Add Prairie Fire Winery to your Paxico travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Paxico online travel route builder .
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  • Amazing! Great atmosphere, great people and most of all great wines! We will be returning for the beautiful scenery!  more »
  • We were very impressed with the wines that we tasted at this family owned and run winery. They obviously care about producing good wines. The atmosphere of the tasting room was very welcoming, and the...  more »
  • My wife and I recently visited Prairie Fire Winery to celebrate our anniversary. We were very impressed by the quality of the wine and level of service we received. Our experience was very relaxing an...  more »
  • this place is amazing! the wine is great, the location is absolutely beautiful. the people there are so nice a helpful. The wine is a good price, and the overall experience had my wife and I leaving with a smile.
  • Loved this place! Friendly and knowledgeable staff who assisted in finding a great wine to enjoy. Lots of good options for both white and red; they even carry rosé and some champagne. Great local cheese and summer sausage options as well. Be sure to walk through their vineyards for the best views of the hills. The place has the look and feel of being at home.
  • Thus is a wonderful vineyard. Even in the winter it is fun to visit. Knowledgeable staff, beautiful grounds. If you are near this vineyard it should be a top choice.
  • A wonderful find in an unlikely place! We stumbled onto Prairie Fire Winery on a trip to the Flint Hills. We were met by Julie, wife of the winemaker, and learned a lot about their background, the operation and the wines they're producing. The wines were excellent, and we walked out with several bottles. Our favorites were the Chambourcin, Frontenac and Traminette. We had a very nice visit, and we'll be back.
  • This place was a very pleasant surprise. A little off the beaten path, but once you get here you will enjoy. The staff was friendly and welcoming. I'm not a big fan of Midwestern wine, but theirs were very nice to drink.

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