Recognized as being a Midwest industry leader, Wollersheim Winery & Distillery crafts Wisconsin made wine and spirits from start to finish with an emphasis on Wisconsin ingredients. The Wollersheim grounds are compromised of a winery, distillery, 27 acres of vineyard, and underground limestone aging cellars. Winemaker Philippe Coquard is a 13th generation French Winemaker and, along with his wife Julie, combines history, tradition, and innovation to continue the legacy of making distinctive Wisconsin produced products. Open daily for tours and tastings. Wollersheim Winery & Distillery also hosts events such as Vintage Christmas.
Named Winery of the Year at the 2012 San Diego International Wine Competition.
Small Winery of the Year 2015 at the Riverside International Wine Competition
Prairie Fumé - Platinum [94 Points] – 2019 San Diego International Wine Competition, San Diego, CA
Dry Riesling - Best White Wine – 2018 Pacific Rim International Wine Competition, San Bernardino, CA
Wollersheim Winery & Distillery sits on a scenic hillside overlooking the Wisconsin River, just across from Prairie du Sac, Wisconsin. The property was first cultivated by European vintners in the 1800s and was established as Wollersheim in 1972.
Today, the vineyards comprise 27 acres of French-American hybrid grapes. A National Historic Site, this regional winery has gained recognition as one of the leading wineries in the Midwest, having received countless awards for its premium grape wines and locally made spirits. Wollersheim Winery & Distillery is open for tours and tastings from 10 am to 5 pm daily, year-round.
From Green Bay & Appleton:
Take Hwy 41 SOUTH, take exit 113 onto Hwy 26 SOUTH, merge onto US 151 heading SOUTH. Near Columbus, exit at Hwy 60 and follow Hwy 60 WEST 11 miles past Lodi. Just before the Wisconsin River, turn LEFT (South) onto Hwy 188. Winery is on LEFT side 3/4 mile from Hwy 60.
From Milwaukee & Chicago:
Take I-90/I-94/I-43 WEST (actually North) past Madison to State Hwy 60 at Lodi/Arlington (exit 119). Turn RIGHT onto 60 and go WEST toward Prairie du Sac. Just before the Wisconsin river, Turn LEFT on Hwy 188 and go 3/4 mile to the winery. Entrance will be on your LEFT.
Leave Madison on US-12 WEST, the West Beltline Highway. US-12 and US-14 split at Middleton. Continue on US-12 WEST (North) for 17 miles to State Hwy. 188. Turn RIGHT on Hwy. 188 and go 2 miles to the winery. Entrance will be on your RIGHT.
From Wisconsin Dells:
Take Hwy 12 East (going South) through Baraboo to Prairie du Sac. Turn LEFT (EAST) on COUNTY ROAD PF, which intersects just south of Sauk Prairie Airport. Continue straight ahead 1.8 miles to the Wisconsin River bridge. Cross the bridge and go 1/4 mile to State Hwy. 188. Turn RIGHT (SOUTH). Go approximately 3/4 mile. The winery entrance is on the LEFT side of the road.
From Wisconsin Dells on I-90/I-94:
Exit I-90/I-94 at EXIT 92 (US-12 EAST). Go 19 miles through Baraboo to Prairie du Sac. Turn LEFT (EAST) on COUNTY ROAD PF, which intersects just south of Sauk Prairie Airport. Continue straight ahead 1.8 miles to the Wisconsin River bridge. Cross the bridge and go 1/4 mile to State Hwy. 188. Turn RIGHT (SOUTH). Go approximately 3/4 mile. The winery entrance is on the LEFT side of the road.
From Spring Green:
Take Wisconsin 60 EAST through Sauk City and Prairie du Sac. Cross the Route 60 bridge over the Wisconsin River. Go 1/4 mile, then turn RIGHT (SOUTH) onto State Hwy. 188. Go approx. 3/4 mile. The winery entrance is on the LEFT side of the road.
From Sauk City:
Take US-12 EAST (actually, South) and cross the Wisconsin River bridge. Just over 1/2 mile from the bridge, turn LEFT on State Hwy.188. Go 2 miles to the winery, entrance on the RIGHT side of the road