Choose Between Two Options
- $25 for a winery tour and tasting for two ($54 value)
- $49 for a winery tour and tasting for four ($108 value)
The tour and tasting includes the following for each person:
- Admission on a vineyard and winery tour
- Tasting of up to seven wines
- A glass of wine
- A take-home Millner Heritage wine glass
- A chocolate bar
From January–March, tours and tastings take place only on Sundays, 1:30 p.m. or 3 p.m. From April–December, tours and tastings take place only on Saturdays and Sundays, 1:30 p.m. or 3 p.m. Groupon customers who buy 6–11 bottles of wine on the day of redemption will receive a 10% discount on their orders; those who buy a case of wine will receive a 30% discount, both of which are double the discount for regular customers.
Millner Heritage Vineyard & Winery
In the 1880s, Matt Müllner crafted his own wine and whiskey with his brother-in-law in the Austro-Hungarian Empire. Nearly a century-and-a-half later, his descendants carry on the tradition more than an ocean away at Millner Heritage Vineyard & Winery. The Millner family oversees every facet of their business. Father Don is the CEO, while mother Mary handles the gardening and decor. Jon, their son, cultivates the vines, mashes the grapes, and ferments the wine. His wife Annamaria, a Hungarian-born winemaker and agricultural engineer, not only helps him, but also oversees just a little bit of everything else.
The family's European and Minnesotan heritage comes through in how they blend modern equipment with traditional wine-making techniques, using eight varieties of grapes grown on their nine acres of land beneath their nine acres of sky. In 2013, their craft caught the attention of a judging panel, who named Millner Heritage's 2012 Little Iza wine the state's best and bestowed upon it the Minnesota's Governor's Cup. Though winery tours peek into the award-winning processes, guests can also sample the end product in guided tastings. Currently the Millner's produce more than a dozen Austrian and Hungarian Style wines, ranging from Dry whites and reds to semi-sweet rosé to dessert wines, sparkling wines, and ports.