The state bird of Wisconsin is the beautiful robin.
His appearance announces the end of the long winter months. Our Brianna grape vines are a cold hardy variety ideal for our Whispering Bluffs Vineyard.
Smooth, intense flavors with a strong pineapple flavor.
This rich wine draws its name from the Baltimore Oriole. The Baltimore Oriole is named for Lord Baltimore, whose coat of arms shared the brilliant orange and stately black of this regal bird. Moderately sweet, with an impression of Raspberry and Cherry, this wine has enough character to go well with a Wisconsin aged Cheddar.
Chickadees are among the most intelligent of the North American birds. While we can't claim that our Chickadee Cranberry Wine will make you more intelligent, why not give it a try and risk it? A lively wine with a balance of sweetness and tartness. It is a fine dinner wine that enhances ham, pork, and poultry.
The colorful Rose Breasted Grosbeak haunts the deciduous woods of Southwestern Wisconsin. These distinctive songbirds represent our full bodied red which is aged in oak to acquire its robust flavor. A bold wine which complements our aged Wisconsin cheeses and sizzling steak.
A delicious, crisp dry white made exclusively from a blend of four Whispering Bluffs Estate grown grapes. We have chosen the White Pelican to represent this light, crisp, refreshing wine. Choose this wine to picnic in the Mississippi and enjoy the sight of White Pelicans migrating in the spring and fall.
The Goldfinch is a lively colorful bird seen throughout the Upper Mississippi Valley flyway. This wine is represented by the Goldfinch because of its lively color, fruitiness, with a wonderful semi sweet balance. Serve with poultry and mild cheeses.
French Marshal Ferdinand Foch helped the allies soar to victory in World War I. Our Gold Medal winning Marechal Foch is strong and bold and is represented by our national bird, the American Bald Eagle. It pairs well with picnic fare or aged cheeses.