…feature over 30 grape and fruit wines produced from ingredients sourced from local fruit (Door County cherries), as well as West Coast-grown grapes (Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon). The grape wines produced at our (just south of) Door County winery range from traditional vinifera (European origin) to French hybrid wines (Midwestern flavor). Sample our Gold Medal winning Cabernet Sauvignon, or try our brandy fortified Cherry Bounce. Experience our #1 selling Naughty Girl or taste the smooth, round tannins of our Door County grown estate produced Marquette, aged in Wisconsin oak.
Our Door County Vineyard
Established in 1996 on Door County land that has been in the Schmiling family for over 100 years, the Stony Creek Vineyard was named after the meandering waterway it overlooks. Three French-hybrid grape varieties, Marquette, Marechal Foch, and Frontenac, can be found in the estate bottled Stony Creek Rosé, Sylvester, and Dry Marquette wines. The vineyard is the oldest commercial vineyard located in Door County, just six miles north of the winery in the south end of Door County, and remains a primary grape supplier for our Wisconsin wines.