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Wisconsin Wine Festivals for 2018!

Do you enjoy wine? Not just the taste, but the whole concept and everything that goes with it? If your birthstone is a wine cork, it’s time to get your calendar out and mark down some of these great festivals around Wisconsin! 

Vino Fest
August 31-September 2
Tomah

Wet Whistle Wine Fest
September 14-15
Von Stiehl Winery – Algoma

Green County Cheese Days
September 14-16
Monroe

Wine & Harvest Festival
September 15-16
Downtown Cedarburg

Dancing Dragon Winery Fall Festival
September 22-23
Dancing Dragon – St. Croix Falls

Orchard Country Winery Fall Festival
September 22
Orchard Country Winery – Fish Creek

Cheesefest
October 6
Downtown Shullsburg

Kohler Food & Wine Experience
October 18-22
The American Club – Kohler

Wine Fest at Heidel House Resort
November 17th
Green Lake

For more information, check out our Wine & Cheese Guide HERE!    

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