Prairie Red - A soft-dry red made with Chambourcin grapes. Medium-bodied with hints of cherry and oak with a smooth finish. 

$14.99 or $12.74 cs   

State Red - Super soft easy drinking red with an attractively fruity nose and sweet oak finish. Perfect with tomato-based sauces.

$14.99 or $12.74 cs   

Recovery Noir - A little sweet, a little dry, a little fruity, a little oaky, a lotta good! The more optimistic version of Recession Noir.

$12.99 or $11.04 cs   

Maria's Sangria - Our take on this Spanish classic. Serve chilled in a tall tumbler with fresh fruit.

$13.49 or $11.47 cs

Pioneer Red - A chillable, semi-sweet red blend that is similar to Lambrusco
$13.99 or $11.89 cs

Prairie Fire - Sweet Frontenac. Hints cocoa. Serve room temp for ultimate smoothness,
$13.49 or $11.47 cs

Prairie Dog - 100% concord grapes. Light-bodied and very fruit-forward.

$11.99 or $10.19 cs

Fusion - Our biggest, most age-worthy wine to date. A co-fermented blend of California Cab. Sauv. and Petit Sirah with IL Marquette and Frontenac. 100% Barrel-aged.

$25.99 of $22.09 cs   

Cabernet Franc - A truly classic 100% barrel aged red. Great tannins and depth, yet not as intense as a big Cab. Sauv. Perfect with steak. $23.99 or $20.39 cs   

Chambourcin Reserve (Out of Stock)

This wine represents the best Chambourcin we can offer. A 100% barrel aged reserve. Will please the most discerning palate. Perfect with red sauce.

$17.99 or $15.29 cs   

Red Oak (Quercus Rubra) - A medium-bodied, dry, barrel aged red made with Norton and Chambourcin grapes. Smoky hints of black cherry. Serve with beef or hearty stews.

$17.49 or $14.86 cs   

Nawt'n! - Made with the Norton grape (hence its name) this dry red is wonderfully balanced and rich in flavor. Can be enjoyed wherever a dry red fits.

$16.99 or $14.44 cs   

Cattleman's Red - This is the barbecue wine for dry red lovers. Holds up nicely with grilled steak or chops, yet will not overpower burgers or kebobs. 
$14.49 or $12.32 cs   


Our mission is to be good stewards of the land, the grape, the community, and the consumer.
Think Globally, Drink Locally!

Think Globally, Drink Locally!