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Report | 15 days ago
It was a grea day, most enjoable, and just wonderfl staff very frienly and pleasent. I will definitly be going back many more times..
Mike B.
Report | 16 days ago
The staff members are very friendly. The wine is delicious! Sometimes they are open on Saturdays call during the week to see if they are.
Susan R.
Report | 16 days ago
Crisp apple wine was delicious. I will recommend it to my friends.
Tom R.
Report | 16 days ago
No reservations necessary, ask for the swapbuggy ride
Mary M.
Report | 17 days ago
Call before you go because they are not open every weekend. However, if you go, it is definitely worth the trip. They had a much larger selection of wine than I knew and their facilities are very impressive. We were lucky enough to be treated to a swamp buggy ride through their fields and harvesting areas. I really recommend checking them out!
bobbie w.
Report | 17 days ago was an awesome experience!
Bob D.
Report | 18 days ago
expect a wonderful and educational tour. Chase who conducted our tour was exceptionally well informed on their process, answered questions and took as much time as needed to make our trip fun and as I said informative
Marc E.
Report | 19 days ago
Bring directions with you
Lynne T.
Report | a month ago
Small winery. Mostly sweet wines.
Susan D.
Report | a month ago
Don't miss this, its fun and everyone is friendly and helpful. Go slow on the dirt roads and enjoy the fruity wines.
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When Island Grove Ag Products found that they had blueberries that weren't able to be used for fresh produce, winemaker Chase Marden stepped in and, to the delight of all, started turning the berries into "Kinda Dry", "Sorta Sweet" and a Blueberry Moscato wine. Now, he runs the Island Grove Wine Company at its 10,000-square-foot winery, pressing the fruit of his labor into a lineup of vinos made from blueberries, strawberries, apples, raspberries, blackberries, and peach. While visiting the winery, guests can participate in free tastings held throughout the week, tour the facility, and stock up on bottles filled with wine from tanks just steps from the fields from which they were harvested.

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