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At Falconer Vineyards, our focus on wine-making is on the use of grapes grown in the northern United States and also grapes developed specifically for the cold, mid-western climate. Additionally, we produce hard ciders made from locally sourced apples. 

See below for a list of wines and hard ciders produced by Falconer Vineyards. Not all may be available at the time of your visit due to limited quantities made each year.

Stop in for a wine tasting of a selection of five of our available wines. Tastings are $11/person. 

White Wines

Prairie Star

Made in the same style as a Chardonnay. Our Prairie Star is aged in Minnesota oak barrels

Spring Flight White

Sweet wine with notes of pineapple and with a citrus character. Made from our estate grown Frontenac Gris.

La Crescent

A light floral wine with notes of apricot flavors.

Snowy White

A semi-sweet white wine blend with subtle fruit notes. Serve chilled and pair with a meal of light fish or poultry.

Potter John's 

Our sweet white wine blend of northern varieties. Excellent wine to pair with white meats and seafood.

Red Wines


A light bodied, sweetened red wine with fruity notes of plum and blackberry. Makes a great anytime wine that is best chilled.

Frontenac Rosé

A fruity, light wine with notes of cherry and strawberry. Serve chilled. 3 time gold medal winner - Indy International Wine Competition.

Maple Red

A semi-sweet chilled red blend of Frontenac, Noriet, and Marechal Foch. Maple Red is named in honor of our first vineyard dog, Maple. 

Hunter's Red

A full-bodied dry red blend of Northern varietals. Notes of black cherry with an oak finish.


Full bodied dry red with a blackberry aroma and taste


A sweet style riesling.


Semi sweet white with a light grapefruit finish.

Dessert Wines

Frontenac Port: Red Wing Reserve

Deep red port with immense fruit flavor. Serve after dinner or for your special celebration.

Alc: 18.4%


A delicious dessert wine made from the Marquette grape. With a smooth feel, 3572 is rich in fruit flavors such as blackberry and plum and a hint of spiciness on the finish.

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