Fear the Deer Riesling is a premium, semi-sweet white wine that has balance, depth, and finesse. It is seamless from start to finish and perfect for sipping all season long. It is built to stay. Door Peninsula Winery is a proud partner of the Milwaukee Bucks.
NEW RELEASE! Fire is a dry red blend with aromas of dark fruit, a hint of smoke, and a velvety tannin finish. Robust and complex, this blend is a perfect addition for the winter season.
NEW RELEASE! This giftbox contains one bottle each of our new blends, Fire & Frost. These food friendly blends are sure to please anyone on your list. Fire is a dry red blend with aromas of dark fruit, a hint of smoke, and a velvety tannin finish. Robust and complex, this blend is a perfect addition for the winter season. Frost is a dry white blend with notes of apricot and citrus. Crisp with a smooth finish, this winter white is perfect for any gathering.
Frostline is our limited release ice wine, with only one batch produced and released each year. This 2022 vintage is 100% vineyard grown St. Pepin, earning it a Wisconsin Ledge designation. This sweet ice wine has bright fruity tones and a luxurious mouth feel.
A cold-climate grape varietal also found in our vineyard, styled as a dry, medium bodied red. This Baco Noir based release of Hybrid Red is tart, acidic, and jammy with bright notes of red currant and fruit.
A 2022 Limited Release! Our 2021 debut was so popular we've brought back another limited bottling for 2022. Itasca is a new grape varietal developed at the University of Minnesota. Under a dozen wineries are currently producing Itasca. This bottling is from the second crop from our Itasca vines in our vineyard and therefore is extremely limited. Similar to a Sauvignon Blanc or a Pinot Grigio, Itasca is a dry white wine with notes of pear, peach and melon. Its bright acidity pairs well with a variety of foods.
This American grape variety is grown widely in the eastern states. It is wonderfully aromatic with melon, green apple, orange and rosemary notes. This sweet white has a pleasing back palate with acidity that allows it to pair well with most foods.