Not Your Typical Winery
Wedding and Event Space Available
Add that extra touch of romance to your wedding. Put some pizzazz in your next special event, business luncheon, corporate retreat, or seminar.
We offer custom packages ranging from full dinners to receptions. As for weddings, our charming vineyard makes a great romantic setting! For more information, click here.
News & Events
Co-Owner Steve DeBaker AKA
TV's Retired Rambler
Watch Steve talk about things Wisconsin Ledge related on his monthly Retired Rambler segments (below) on WFRV-TV's Local Five Live.
June 15, 2021 ... The Ridges: One Amazing Sanctuary: This month Steve introduces us to The Ridges in Baileys Harbor, the most biologically diverse ecosystem in Wisconsin. Home to many unique plants including about 25 different orchids. Watch here.
May 18, 2021 ... Vines and Fine Wines: Steve talks about two of his favorite subjects: vineyards and the Wisconsin Ledge (and why it's a great grape-growing region). Watch here.
April 20, 2021 ... Alvar? What's That? Steve gives us the scoop on one of the Earth's rarest ecosystems, and one such environmental area just happens to be in Northeast Wisconsin: the Red Banks Alvar (watch here).
March 16, 2021 ... BAT FAN: Steve and Jerry Theys from Wildlife of Wisconsin discuss the importance of bats and show how to build a bat house to help protect the bat population in Wisconsin (watch here).
Feb. 16, 2021 ... Wonderful Waterfalls
When things thaw and the beauty runs once again (watch here).
Jan. 19, 2021 ... New Monument Sign
Steve talks about the Wisconsin Ledge and presents plans for the new monument sign at Way-Morr County Park (watch here).
Trout Springs Winery Featured in the Green Bay Press Gazette
Feb. 13, 2021 ... Get a quick history lesson about the winery and learn how we have persevered during the pandemic in this article, which we posted on Facebook here (and while you're there why not follow us?).
Six Places To Try Ice Wine,
And we're one of them! The online publication TravelAwaits recently gave us a shout-out. Their goal is to "share the world’s unique, hidden and once-in-a lifetime locations." Yep, sounds like us.
Read the entire article here.