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Prairie Berry’s Kitchen is here to make your holidays better than ever. Chef Jen is sharing some fun food pairings for your favorite Prairie Berry holiday wines. Red Currant, made entirely with South Dakota picked currants, with Prosciutto Jingle, a soft dry red blend, with Finocchiona Cranberry, a perennial holiday favorite, with Cranberry White Cheddar
Try pairing our seasonal Pumpkin Bog wine with lemon goat cheese and ginger cookies. The tangy goat cheese and sweet cookies make the perfect pairing for fall.
After winning over 1,000+ international awards, Prairie Berry Winery has become the region’s most awarded winery. Our most recent win came at the 2018 Indy International Wine Competition, the scientifically largest and organized independent wine competition in the United States, where we took home 10 awards including two gold medals for Anna Pesä Louka 2017 and Red Ass
At the 31st Annual Tasters Guild International Wine Competition held in Grand Rapids Michigan, Prairie Berry Winery took home 17 awards, including a double gold medal for Calamity Jane. This brings our total awards to over 1,000! Five gold medals were given to Peach Mead, Red Ass Rhubarb, Wild Bill, Frontenac 2017, and La Crescent 2017.
South Dakota is truly something unexpected. We are so honored to partner with South Dakota Tourism to share our story and promote this great state we call home.
We are proud to announce our most recent award-winning wines from the prestigious 2018 San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition, the largest wine competition of American wines in the world. Six of our entries received awards: Calamity Jane, Raspberry Honeywine, Uncle Ralph’s Rhubarb, Anna Pesä Meritage 2015, Wild Bill, and Lawrence Elk. Calamity Jane received the highest award
After some wine, sweat and cheers, our pallets are packed and they’re off to North Dakota! 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 North Dakota wine retailers. Cheers to North Dakota! Press Release
Six wines from Prairie Berry Winery earned honors at the 2017 Jefferson Cup Invitational Wine Competition, bringing the winery’s total to 965 awards since it began entering competitions in 2001 and 27 awards so far in 2017. The Jefferson Cup is a two-day event held near Kansas City, Mo., that features entries from across the
Biking, hiking, fishing, exploring, spelunking…we love the Black Hills. We work in them, play in them, and draw inspiration from them, so it’s no surprise that we consider ourselves a part of them. Here are five more reasons to include Prairie Berry Winery in your Black Hills adventures: 1. Bring the whole family—Prairie Berry Winery
From the ingredients in our wines to the architecture of the campus itself, the Black Hills are at the heart of just about everything here at Prairie Berry Winery. We think the reverse is true, as well. We’re a short drive from some of the biggest attractions in the area, and we love that so