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Illinois Prairie State Winery Vin Rouge unfiltered meritage French Bordeaux. Dry red wine. Cabernet Franc, Chambourcin, Norton grapes.

Vin Rouge

Illinois Prairie State Winery Cabernet Franc grapes or Cab Franc similar to Cabernet Sauvignon Best wine in Illinois 2010 and 2011 Illinois Wine Competition Best in Show at the State Fair. Dry red wine.

Cabernet Franc '10

Illinois Prairie State Winery Chambourcin Reserve is like California Sangiovese. Best wine in Illinois 2012 Illinois Wine Competition Best in Show at State Fair. Dry red wine. grape.

Chambourcin Reserve

An Old World style, unfiltered meritage of Norton, Chambourcin and Cabernet Franc. Full-bodied with grippy tannins. This wine benefits from decanting.

This classic European grape, grown in Southern Illinois has great tannins and depth, yet is not as intense as a big Cabernet Sauvignon.

Winner of Best In Show for 2010 and 2011 at Illinois Wine Competition.

This 100% barrel aged reserve uses the best grapes available from Southern Illinois. Perfectly balanced with an exquisite bouquet and soft, rich finish.

Winner of Best In Show for 2012 at Illinois Wine Competition.

$20.49 or $17.42 cs

$21.49 or $18.27 cs

$16.99 or $14.44 cs

Northern Illinois Prairie State Winery. Red Oak, Pinot Noir, Chambourcin grape, Norton Grape. Dry red wine.

Red Oak
(Quercus Rubra)

Northern Illinois Prairie State Winery. Nawt'n is Norton Grape. Similar to Shiraz or Malbec. Dry red wine.

Nawt'n!

Northern Illinois Wine. Prairie State Winery. Prairie Red is Chambourcin grape. Dry Red wine. Similar to Chianti. Dry red wine.

Prairie Red

A medium-bodied,
dry, barrel-aged red
made with Norton grapes.
Smoky with hints of
black cherry.
Pinot Noir-like.
Serve with beef or hearty stews.

Made with the Norton
grape (hence it's name)
this dry red is
wonderfully balanced
and rich in flavor.
Can be enjoyed wherever
a fine red fits.

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

$16.49 or $14.02 cs

$15.49 or $13.17 cs

$13.49 or $11.47 cs

Northern Illinois Wine. Prairie State Winery. Cattleman's Red is Chambourcin and Foch grapes. Shiraz or Merlot. Dry red wine.

Cattleman's Red

State Red

Northern Illinois Wine. Prairie State Winery. Recession Noir or Recovery Noir is a blend of red grapes. Jug wine.

Recovery Noir

This is the barbeque
wine for dry red lovers.
Holds up nicely with
grilled steak or chops
yet will not overpower
your burgers or kebobs.

State Red is Back! A light and fruity blend of Frontenac and Marechal Foch grapes, this dry red is perfect for pizza!

A more optimistic
version of Recession Noir.
Actually, the same exact wine with a new fun label.

$13.99 or $11.89 cs

$13.99 or $11.89 cs

$11.99 or $10.19 cs

Northern Illinois Wine. Prairie State Winery. Maria's Sangria.

Maria's Sangria

Northern Illinois Wine. Prairie State Winery. Pioneer Red is Chambourcin grape. Chianti red.

Pioneer Red

Northern Illinois Wine. Prairie State Winery. Prairie Dog is Concord Grape. Sweet red, grape jelly.

Prairie Dog

Our take on this Spanish
classic. Serve nicely
chilled in a tall
tumbler with fresh fruit,
or try with frozen grapes
and pineapple chunks!
Great for summer
gatherings and barbecues.

A chillable semi-sweet
red blend that is
similar in style to
Lambrusco.
A Prairie State Classic.

A sweet red made
with a Concord grape.
Light-bodied and fruity;
reminiscent of
Grandmas grape jelly.
Serve chilled.

$12.99 or $11.04 cs

$12.99 or $11.04 cs

$11.99 or $10.19 cs

Northern Illinois Wine. Prairie State Winery. Racey is Frontenac Grape. Sycamore Car show. Dry Rose.

Northern Illinois Wine. Prairie State Winery. Prairie Rose is similar white zinfandel or white zin.

Northern Illinois Wine. Prairie State Winery. Pink is a sweet rose or blush with catawba and concord grapes. Donate to breast cancer.

Dry rosés are all
the rage. This Frontenac
rosé, with hints of
strawberry, is dry,
fruity and refreshing
all at once. Serve
chilled with anything.

A semi-sweet blush blend of Seyval, Chambourcin grapes. Fruity and very easy to drink. A great gift wine. Serve chilled with most foods.

Catawbas are pink,
Concords are blue,
these kissing cousins
are sure to please you.
Drink Pink any way you like,
with anything you like.

$12.99 or $11.04 cs

$12.49 or $10.62 cs

$12.99 or $11.04 cs