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Comments Off on Wild Bill Wins Again

At the 28th annual Indy International Wine Competition held May 22 – 23, 2019, Prairie Berry Winery took home 8 awards for various wines including a DOUBLE GOLD MEDAL for Wild Bill. 1,836 wines were entered that came from 361 wineries in 12 countries around the world. Made to honor the great pioneers of the South Dakota frontier, Wild

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Comments Off on Prairie Berry Winery Featured Business in 2018 Google Economic Impact Report

Google’s Economic Impact Report highlights local economic impact across America. Last year, Google’s tools helped provide $335 billion of economic activity for local American businesses, website publishers, and nonprofits nationwide including $152 million in South Dakota. “Over the past few years, we’ve made a conscious effort to meet our guests where they spend time, which

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Comments Off on Summer BBQ Pairing Guide

Love grilling? Who doesn’t! Plan the perfect BBQ with our Summer BBQ Pairing Guide. *Pro-tip: print this out and keep it on your fridge for an easy way to impress your friends. Shop all Prairie Berry Winery wines here.

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Comments Off on Red Ass Rhubarb Has Met His Match

For too long, Red has been alone. We are excited to announce, our widely acclaimed Red Ass Rhubarb wine has finally met his match. Rosy Ass Rhubarb is a sassy, semi-sweet wine made from strawberries and freshly picked rhubarb. Enjoy coral to rose gold colors in the glass with sweet aromas of white grape juice,

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Comments Off on Easter Wine Pairings

Whether you’re making ham, roasted lamb, or beef this Easter Sunday, we’ve put together a guide for pairing your favorite Prairie Berry Winery wines with your Easter dinner. Traditional Easter Ham Pairs well with Dry: Anna Pesä Blaufränkisch, Anna Pesä Louka, or Anna Pesä Chenin Blanc Sweet: Apricot, Wild Bill, or Gold Digger Roasted Lamb or

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In: Wine

Comments Off on Game Day Wine Pairings

The Super Bowl usually means lots of food and beer. While we love our beer, we’re calling a break for a wine timeout. Here are our picks for pairing your favorite football snacks with Prairie Berry Winery wines. Anna Pesä Meritage 2016 – Burger Gold Digger – Jalapeño Poppers Red Ass Rhubarb – Guacamole Lawrence

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Comments Off on Wild Bill Wins “Best of Class”

At the 2019 San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition, Wild Bill took home a Best of Class award. 6,800 wines from over 1,132 wineries were judged by over sixty professional judges, representing various North American wine regions. Made to honor the great pioneers of the South Dakota frontier, Wild Bill offers fresh aromas of strawberry and sweet grape.

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In: The Homestead

Comments Off on Top 10 Reasons to Book Your Wedding at The Homestead

The Homestead at Prairie Berry Winery offers a rustic charm, an inviting design, and a breathtaking setting in the heart of the Black Hills. Here are the top 10 reasons to plan your picture perfect wedding here. 1. Black Hills Views  Say “I Do” with a view. The Homestead at Prairie Berry Winery is located in the

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Comments Off on Prairie Berry Winery Wines Coming Soon to Nebraska

Cheers to Nebraska! Soon you’ll be able to find four of your favorite Prairie Berry Winery wines, including Red Ass Rhubarb, Calamity Jane, Wild Bill, and Gold Digger, at your local Nebraska wine retailers. Just ask for us by name! Prairie Berry Winery’s flagship wine, Red Ass Rhubarb, is among the wines that will soon be

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Comments Off on Calamity Jane Wins a Jefferson Cup

Prairie Berry Winery took home a Jefferson Cup, the Sweepstakes Award for our Calamity Jane wine, at the Jefferson Cup Invitational Wine Competition on November 16 in Kansas City, Missouri. Called the “Olympics” of wine competitions, the Jefferson Cup Invitational is not open to every winery willing to submit an entrance fee. Rather, competition officials select

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