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Millner Heritage Vineyard & Winery

Millner Heritage Vineyard & Winery European Style Winery offering riding vineyard tours, winery tours, and wine tasting. Wine sales by the bottle or glass plus gift shop. A panoramic courtyard view of a nine acre grape producing vineyard. Indoor and outdoor events. Our focus is on high quality wines from regional grapes. A Minnesota winery family owned and operated since 2006.

Located 7 miles south of Kimball or 8 miles north of Dassel on MN State Hwy. 15.

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32025 MN-15, Kimball, MN, US, 55353 Email:
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This is a Hungarian word roughly translating to “precious.” This unique dry red blend of Marechal Foch, Frontenac, St. Croix, and Sabrevois. Matured with heavy toasted French oak, it is recommended that this wine be served with heavier steak dishes, stews, gumbos, or some excellent Hungarian goulash.
The name says it all. Freizeit means “Free Time” in German. This is a complex dry white blend of five grape varietals. To have a special occasion for this wine would be grand, but really, we recommend it whenever you’re relaxing and have a little Free Time. Aromas of Pineapple and Melon are the most dominant among this blend. Goes well with chicken and some lighter pork dishes, especially those with slightly sweet marinades
  Little Iza
This white wine is named after the youngest addition to the Millner family, Izabella. This wine made from St. Pepin and LaCrosse is moderately similar to that of a steely Riesling from northern Germany with faint hints of honey. Finished with a touch of sweetness just like Izabella. Highly recommended with fish dishes.
  Müllner Weiss
Translating to “Millner White,” Müllner was the old family name before it was changed into English. This wine is made with the French hybrid Seyval Blanc. This is a very fruit forward wine. Aromas of Melon and Apricot are quite present. Finished sweet, this is an excellent sipping wine to have by the lake after supper on a summer’s evening.
We figured this Hungarian word for sunset would be an ideal name for our Rose’. Crisp acidity paired with a touch of sweetness to make this wine very palatable to either the experienced wine drinker or the novice. Serve chilled and with lighter dishes.
Neuhaus is the name of town that Franz and Anna Müllner came from in Bohemia. This dry red is 90% Marechal Foch and 10% Frontenac. This red was fermented relatively cool at 64*F. Most of the Frontenac grapes were kept in contact with the wine for nearly a month adding a bit more color, tannin and complexity. Matured with medium toasted American oak, this wine shows the potential of hybrid varieties in the north. Goes well with spicier steak, pork dishes or a good schnitzel.
Nordsüss is German for “Northern Sweet.” We took three northern red Labrusca varieties, Valiant, King of the North, and Bluebell to make this wine. This is a very fruity, foxy, aromatic expression of the quintessential “American labrusca grape taste” that so many of us grew up on. Finished sweet to balance with the crisp acidity. Sure to remind you of your childhood. Recommended drinking this for dessert and chilled.
Papo is a Hungarian word meaning grandpa. We reserved our best wine for this intentionally. This is a Minnesotan Port wine made out of Marquette, the latest grape to be released by the University of Minnesota. We believe this is just one more example of how Minnesotans wine can compete on the world stage. Kept moderately sweet, pairs well with chocolate desserts. It is a spicy wine with Cherry very present.
This is a poetic term for the Alföld lands of Eastern Hungary where Anna grew up. Fermented at a cool 62 degrees, put through malo-lactic fermentation and left on the skins for five days, this wine represents one of many new quality expressions of dry red Frontenac in Minnesota. This is good with roasts or fatty beef and pork products to offset the slight tartness.
We named this varietal Brianna wine after the ship in which Anna Millner and kids came over on in 1882. The wine is a very aromatic, slightly grasswine with hints of pineapple. Moderately similar to a Sauvignon Blanc.


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