Wine is free flowing at Spirits of Norway
Posted: Apr 26, 2018 8:48 AM CDT
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Norway (CBS 58)--You might say they're benefitting from the "Fruits of Their Labor" at the Spirits of Norway Vineyard in Racine County. It's bottling time. Roughly 3500 bottles are produced annually from this one-acre site. This is coming off a banner year with a record setting harvest, earning them a gold medal award in an international competition. Three different types of cold-weather grapes are used to make either the reds or white.
"Spirits of Norway Vineyard" is one of the few wineries and vineyards across southeast Wisconsin. You can purchase these particular wines online and through certain retailers. Click here to place your order.