a long history of wine making derived from regional berries and
fruits, South Dakota continues the tradition today with wines
made from native buffaloberries, chokecherries, and other fruits.
and other environmental factors limit grape production mostly
to the southern half of the state with its longer growing season
and less damaging winter temperatures.
Find out more
about innovative ways wine is being made in South Dakota in vineyards
such as Schadé Vineyard in Volga, South Dakota, above.
More information about South Dakota wineries around the Web:
- Featuring red, white and dessert wines and more on their tasting
room and winery tours, a brief history, a look at their onsite
bed and breakfast accommodations, directions and contact details.
Berry Winery - With a family tradition of fruit winemaking
going back more than a century, with more on their fruit, grape
and honey wines, ordering info, tours and tasting, map and directions.
Vineyard - Native plum, chokecherry, rhubarb, beet, raspberry-apple,
and honey wines are on the menu along with tasting and tour hours,
gift shop info, map and directions.