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“Many wines to try!”

Spurgeon Vineyards & Winery
Ranked #1 of 4 things to do in Highland
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Owner description: Family owned and operated winery and 16 acre vineyards located in the beautiful hills of SW Wisconsin. Producing 'Wines with Character' - rich and flavorful. Wines from dry to sweet and include grape wines, mead (wine from honey) and fruit wines. Home of the Ruby Lady - a sweet and fruity wine made from Concord grapes. Over 18 wines, including Ice Maiden, Shiraz, Riesling, Cranberry, Cherry, Blueberry and Winter Spice. Free wine tastings daily 10 am until 5 pm.
Reviewed July 7, 2013

We were immediately greeted and called over to the tasting bar as we walked into the building. Twenty-two wines to try and we were encouraged to taste! We bought a bottle to sit on their porch and enjoy. A gem of a find!

Thank Nikkijedlo
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Reviewed June 30, 2013

We had planned a trip to Spurgeon Winery after the Spring Green Fine Art Fair.Quite the adventure because we were totally unaware of the previous flooding of the Pine Tree Road , which was partially washed out. If you take your time and drive slow you will make it to the winery, which is well worth the trip! The staff was very accomodating and friendly. We took our time and tasted many wines. We were familiar with some Spurgeon wines but had no idea of the great choices of the other wines we had been missing out on. The winery is very well kept with a small gift shop featuring wine supplies, Spurgeon wine collector wine glasses, great t-shirts etc. There is a refrigerator with a good variety of cheeses, cheese spreads & cold wines you can purchase as well as crackers, pretzels and chocolates. You can then have some wine and a snack at a tabke on their deck and relax amoungst the beauty of the countryside. We were also given directions to nearby Rural Route 1 popcorn by the winery staff which is a must stop if in the area! I would highly recommend this winery to anyone along with RR1 popcorn in Montfort,WI.

Thank annonymousa_13
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Reviewed October 12, 2012

We stopped at the winery on the advice of the hotel we were staying at. The wines were very tasty and the owner gave us quite a few samples to try. We were on a motorcycle so taking alot home was going to be a problem. She shipped them to us, but in the process two bottles didn't make it. I called them and they promptly shipped out two more. A day later they discovered two bottles broke enroute and the post office returned them. We received a phone call from the owners to make sure we got our wine and were happy. Very nice people and their wines were sooo good.

Thank vada61
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Reviewed May 28, 2012

Spurgeon is a little vineyard, tucked back away in the hills of Highland, WI. We stopped there on 05/26/2012 as part of the Southern Wisconsin Wine Chocolate and Wine Trail. I was very surprised at the peppery Shiraz (will be FANTASTIC with burgers), but on the opposite end of things, they have a port that was quite lovely. I recommend stopping in and tasting their wines to see what fits your tastes.

Thank Sarah W
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