Wine? In Alaska?
natural bounty of wild berries, along with gourmet vegetable wines made for
cooking -- AND hardy grapes to make great tasting ice wines
-- Alaska remains the last great frontier of wine making in America.
A bit of the
grape (or the berry) is just what's needed on those long dark
Alaskan nights, and local wine makers are heeding the call.
More about Alaskan wine around the Web:
Wilderness Wines - Check out blueberry, salmonberry, black
currant, honey mead, strawberry-rhubarb and sparkling rhubarb
wines at this award-winning winery on Kodiak Island, with in-person
purchasing info at Alaskan wine shops and direct contact details.
- Located at the foot of the Chugach Mountains in South Central
Alaska and specializing in Merlot, Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon,
ice wine, Pinot Noir and Rieslings, with shipping info and distribution
network, contact details.
Bear Creek Winery - Homer, Alaska is the home of this winery offering a wide range of local fruit and berry wines as well as grape wines from imported juice Their lodging section, Bear Creek Winery Suites, gives you some spectacular views of a glacier and Kachemak Bay.