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Botham Vineyard and Winery 
8180 Langberry Road, Barneveld 53507 
1-888-GR8-WINE info@bothamvineyards.com

Surrounded by more than 900 acres of nature conservancy, Botham Vineyards & Winery in Barneveld is conveniently located near many of southwest Wisconsin’s popular destinations. The circa-1900 hung barn was lovingly restored and now houses our wine tasting room, gallery and gift shop. Come sample our regionally distinctive, award-winning wines and enjoy our singular brand of Wisconsin hospitality. 

Northleaf Winery 
232 S. Janesville Street (State Hwy. 26), Milton 53563 
608-580-0575  info@northleafwinery.com

A family run micro-winery, all wines are crafted on-site from grapes grown from coast to coast and in Wisconsin.  Private parties and functions for groups smaller than forty people.  Tours by appointment with guided wine tasting.  Custom labels fro your business or gift-giving.  Gourmet and Wisconsin food items. Wine boutique. Summer patio. Piano bar and other music events.  
 
New Glarus Primrose Winery 
500 First Street, New Glarus 53574 
608-527-5053  primrosewinery@charter.net

New Glarus' Primrose Winery offers a wide selection of wines made primarily from Wisconsin grown grapes and fruit. If you are looking for a dinner wine, dessert wine or a wine to enjoy just for the fun of it, stop in. Free wine tasting allows you to take home your favorite. Wisconsin grown cherries, apples, cranberries and rhubarb are used to make our original "Wisconsin flavor" wines. 
 

Wollersheim Winery
  
7876 State Rd.188, Prairie du Sac 53578 
608-643-6515 info@wollersheim.com

Known for award-winning and nationally recognized estate-grown wines, one of America’s oldest wineries, Wollersheim Winery in Prairie du Sac, combines tradition with the unique climate/season to produce distinctive regional wines. A tour of the winery features a walk through the vineyards, underground limestone cellars, and an explanation of the winemaking and wine aging as well as wine tasting.  


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