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Saint Croix Vineyards

Saint Croix Vineyards Welcome to Saint Croix Vineyards , one of Minnesota's finest wineries. Our award-wining wines range from the dark, intense, oak-aged Frontenac to the semi-sweet Vignoles, reminiscent of a fine German Riesling. Also, be sure to try our famous Raspberry Infusion, which the StarTribune called "...a decadent dessert wine that begs to be served with chocolate."


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6428 Manning Avenue N, Stillwater, MN, US, 55082 Email:
Phone: 651-430-3310 Web:
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Perhaps the preeminent white wine variety in the world today, Chardonnay is one of the more familiar names on our list. Our version of this classic variety has a delicately fruity nose, complemented by spicy French-oak overtones.
Originating around 1850 in Delaware, Ohio, this variety is commonly considered the highest quality American wine grape. Our Delaware is a classic example with a beautiful, intensely fruity bouquet.
Frontenac is an exciting new grape variety recently released from the University of Minnesota viticulture program. This wine has a beautiful garnet color, a robust earthy body, and a distinctive cherry aroma.
  Frontenac Rosé
Frontenac is an exciting new grape variety released from the University of Minnesota viticulture program. Our Frontenac Rosé has a lovely ruby color, with pleasant cherry and berry aromas. Just the right wine for a hot summer day.
  Marechal Foch
This 'summer red' has a delicate sweetness and wonderful cherry and berry aromas. Marechal Foch was developed in Alsace in the first part of the twentieth century and is now widely grown in Minnesota.
  Raspberry Infusion
An intense dessert experience, capturing the rich essence of freshly harvested raspberries coupled with the complexity of fine red wine. “This massive dessert wine begs to be consumed with chocolate” – Minneapolis Star Tribune.
Widely grown in France, Seyval has become one of the leading grapes in the eastern U.S. This Seyval has a delicate fruitiness and is dry enough to complement a meal of poultry or seafood.
Vignoles originated in France but is really more Germanic in character. Vignoles has a rich apricot nose and should be appreciated by everyone who enjoys a fine Riesling.


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