von Stiehl Winery

The road less traveled leads to the von Stiehl Winery in Algoma. This, the oldest licensed Wisconsin winery, was founded by Dr. Charles Stiehl when he created the idea of Door County Montmorency Cherry wine in 1967. Now specializing in many grape varieties, the third generation, family-owned business carries on the former Doctor's traditions and dreams.

 

Tour arched limestone caverns that date back to the Civil War era. Taste over 30 varieties of carefully produced, Double Gold, Gold, and Silver medal winning wines. Visit where the production of excellent wine and catering to your needs are top priorities. Open seven days a week, year-round. Tours May through October. Tasting only November through April.

Hours:

Monday - Sunday:
10am - 4pm (January - April)
9am - 5pm (May - June)
9am - 5:30pm (July - August)
9am - 5pm (Sept - Oct)
10am - 5pm (Nov - Dec)

Website:

www.vonstiehl.com

Email:

brad@vonstiehl.com

Region:

Door County

Varietals:

Apple, Blueberry, Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, Cherry, Concord, Cranberry, Dry, Fortified, Medium, Merlot, Raspberry, Riesling, Sparkling, Sweet, Table,

For more specific wine information,
please visit: 

www.vonstiehl.com

Open to the Public:

Yes

Amenities:

Online Ordering
Picnic Area
Retail Sales
Tour Fee
Free Tasting Rooms

 

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Address:

115 Navarino Street
Algoma, WI 54201

Phone:

Events:

Sep 12 2014 (All day) - Sep 13 2014 (All day): 13th Annual Wet Whistle Wine Fest

 wine tasting • grape stomp • specialty foods • fine art • great music

It isn’t the 2,000 visitors smiling all the time that’s weird. Nor is it the trombonist standing in a grape-filled barrel while playing an amazing riff. Nor the people with sticky purple feet dancing onstage. This is normal and to be expected. What’s odd are all the costumes. We don’t ask anyone to show up dressed as wine bottles, or nuns who smoke cigarettes while downing Naughty Girl wine. And these are just a couple examples of Festival goings-on that we just couldn’t make up. Don’t take our word for it…come see it for yourself!
 
FRI Men in Suits • 4–8pm
SAT Annie Rose Band • 10am–1:30pm
SAT The Groove Hogs (Reunion Concert) • 2–6pm

Nearby Attractions:

The Flying Pig Gallery and Greenspace
Charter fishing
Ahnapee Bike Trail

Tug Ludington

Agricultural Heritage Farm