HAPPY HOLIDAYS...Weggy Winery will be CLOSED on Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day and New Year's Day. We hope everyone makes wonderful memories with family and friends.
Marion and Marlys of Weggy Winery along with our staff THANK YOU for your loyalty and patronage throughout 2014. Also see our December 6 Holiday Open House specials on the Events page. We hope to make 2015 even more interesting and fun with new wines and events for YOU...
We have over 30 different wines to choose from;
THAT IS THE LARGEST SELECTION OF WISCONSIN-GROWN AND PRODUCED WINES!
Our tasting room is open during our store hours and we have wine-tasting available. You can choose from a great selection of dry & sweet grape wines to a varied selection of semi-sweet and sweet fruit wines!
Weggy Winery is open daily during the season and offers convenient hours. Stop in, wine-tasting is available. We have samples of all our wines grown and produced on the property including flavors from robust reds to light and fruity whites. The proprietor's choice, Oakey Red, has been aged in American oak barrels to enhance the aroma and Oak flavor. Rich Brown, a local wine connoisseur comments,
"The wine produced at Weggy Winery is superb,
some would not expect a grape grown locally in
Wisconsin to taste so rich and full."
Come spend an afternoon at Weggy Winery and Oak Ridge Vineyard in Richland County. Enjoy picturesque views, great wine and fun with your family or friends.
|November Hours||CLOSED on Thanksgiving Day|
|Monday:||11 - 2|
|Tuesday:||11 - 2|
(Senior Citizen Day; Guests 60+ get 10% discount on IN-STORE purchases)
|11 - 2|
|Thursday:||11 - 2|
|Friday:||11 - 4|
|Saturday:||10 - 5|
|Sunday:||11 - 4|
Who would have guessed in 1992, when Owners & Proprietors Marion and Marlys Weglarz purchased 80 acres in Richland County, WI, that today it would be open to the public for tram tours of the 15-acre vineyard or for guests to harvest apples, peaches, Asian pears and cherries or that Weggy Winery would be open for wine sampling and the purchasing of bottled wines made from the very grapes grown on this land?
Only one person could envision this