6 North Dakota Wineries You Must Visit Before Summer is Over
Nothing goes better with summer heat than a refreshing glass of wine. Luckily, there are some great wineries right here in the state of North Dakota!
Whether you prefer red or white, dry or sweet, there is something for you at the following North Dakota wineries.
Red Trail Vineyard got its name from the Old Red Trail which was one of the first trails established to guide settlers through North Dakota. It is owned by Rodney and Susan Hogan. Their wines are "a perfect compliment to an elegant meal or a casual get together with friends." Wine tastings can be made by appointment.
This winery is located on a beautiful bay of Lake Sakakawea near Coleharbor. Wolf Creek Winery is owned by Randy Albrecht. All of their wine is made from cold climate grapes and fruits grown in North Dakota.
4 Elements Winery is owned by Lisa and Greg Cook. They are developing five different grape wine varieties of high quality from northern prairie ingredients. Tastings are available Friday through Sunday.
The owner, Kathy Swiontek, provides customers with nearly 40 wines made at Uncorked. If you want a truly unique experience, create your own batch! Choose from a selection of high quality juices or bring your own fruit!
Apple Creek Winery is owned by Rick and Janet Ennen who recently developed the brand BEARPAW. BEARPAW brand is a line of premium, contemporary style honey wines. Apple Creek Winery also includes 635 acres of land located in the Turtle Mountains.
The owners and winemakers are Bruce and Merleen Gussiaas. Their location is beautiful as it encompasses North Dakota's wide open prairie. They began selling their wines made from self-grown fruit in 2010.