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Door Peninsula Winery, Sturgeon Bay

Categories: Wineries & Vineyards, Food & Drink
Inspirock Rating:
3.8/5 based on 340+ reviews on the web
In 1974, Door Peninsula Winery started making wine in the basement of the little 1868 Carlsville Schoolhouse with exceptional locally grown Door County fruits. Since then, the wine portfolio has expanded. 2010 marked another large expansion in the production facility allowing Door Peninsula Winery to be one of the largest producers of wine in Wisconsin.
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  • We went here to try the wine and spirits. I don't usually drink either but I walked away impressed with their Java infused spirits and the Cherry wine. The tour was quick and cheap. We liked it all. 
  • Stopped in to do some wine tasting and planned to buy some. Extremely busy, multiple bartenders served us during the tasting; when suddenly one who didn't serve us prior said we only had one of the se...  read more »
  • If you're going there to do a wine tasting, be prepared to wait for a long time in line. We waited over 20 minutes and then gave up and left. I would have given them a rating of 3, but I know the wine...  read more »
  • This place is huge! It has amazingly friendly and helpful staff. This winery and distillery is filled with all kinds of wine and spirits to anyone's liking. They have all of the Fat Louie's products for you to sample and buy. They also have trinkets and knickknacks galore! Make sure to stop in for it is worth it to see and sample wines and spirits from the largest winery in Door County!
  • Our stop here was a highlight of our weekend! Fun, quick tour gave us an overview of the winemaking process. The wine tasting was fun and we loved sampling before we purchased. We are far from wine experts, but surely enjoyed our visit!
  • Per the staff, upon commenting on the incredibly large and expensive copper ductwork, "yea, that's our reminder every day of why we don't get Christmas bonuses". Tsk tsk on this owner who is ALSO the owner of Shipwrecked, Fat Louie's, and Juniper Gin Joint is fish creek which used to be coopers corner but changed names bc they are just as mediocre of a place as shipwrecked.. And you can't afford to give your hardworking staff a little extra bonus as a thanks? I'm annoyed I purchased wine from this place, at least it was cheaper..albeit far subpar to some of the other wineries on the peninsula.
  • Great winery, plenty to buy, but small enough it doesn't feel like you are being sold something massed produced
  • Does not have a tour as they import all their grapes. The winery has a great little tour and plenty of bottles to choose from.
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