Normal hours are noon to 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday
Noon to 5 p.m. Sunday
Brambleberry Winery is a small artisanal winery tucked into the beautiful rolling hills of Western Wisconsin, not far from the Great River Road.
Our winery, just like our award-winning country inn, is named after the numerous blackberry bushes (called brambleberries in Scotland) that grow on our farm.
Many of our wines have Scottish names as a tribute to our Scottish ancestry. The unique decor of our tasting room reflects the inspiration for our wines and their names.
As our own preference is for grape wines grown in warmer climates, we source the best materials from around the world. We also offer country fruit wines, some from our own estate-grown berries.
We have a small planting of frontenac and frontenac gris grapes which we intend to make into port wine in the future. We offer reds, whites and "sweeties" so there is something for everyone.
Brambleberry Winery owners Chris and Sherry Hardie | Photo courtesy La Crosse Tribune
Wine is available by the bottle or glass. You can watch our Scottish blackface sheep frolic when enjoying your wine on our patio. Food and snacks are available. (Sorry, no outside food is allowed.) Peruse our gift shop area for T-shirts and wine-related gifts.
Taste your choice of a red/white flight or a sweetie flight. Each flight contains six wines. If you want to taste all of the wines, there is a $5 tasting fee. The flight menu changes periodically. All overnight guests at the B&B receive a free wine tasting. Bring your friends! A warm Highland welcome awaits you!
Open Friday and Saturday noon to 7 p.m. and Sunday from noon to 5 p.m. We are a no-smoking facility. No dogs or weapons allowed. Parking is available in front of the sheep paddocks. The paved spaces are reserved for overnight guests or handicapped patrons. Thank you.
Located between La Crosse and Black River Falls. Brambleberry Winery is a member of the Wisconsin Winery Association.
Feb. 13: Valentine's Food and Wine Pairing Dinner
March 12: Free movie night, showing "Bottle Shock"
March 26/26: Lambing season begins at Brambleberry Farms. Lambs will be born through early May.
April 2: Brambleberry Winery at Black River Falls Boys and Girls Club fundraiser, 5 to 8 p.m.
May 7: Brambleberry Winery at the Black River Falls Great Taste Festival
See our events page for more information