Nothing quite beats a delicious glass of wine after a long day of exploring Door County. That’s why we highly recommend a visit to Simon Creek Winery and Vineyard, located just 15 minutes from The Ashbrooke. This award-winning winery takes the pleasures of great wine and food very seriously, and it shows in every single glass of wine they create. If you’re a lover of wine and good times, Simon Creek Winery is definitely a place to visit during your Door County vacation.
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4 Reasons Why We Love Simon Creek Winery
1. Tasty Wines to Try
Door County Cherry: This local favorite is produced from Door County grown cherries. You’ll love its sweet and savory taste that doesn’t leave behind a sour bite. It’s a perfect dessert wine.
American Merlot: A rich and flavorful classic, Simon Creek Winery’s American Merlot has reaped awards for its unforgettable taste. It features subtle hints of vanilla, mild fruit flavors, and just a touch of oak from its aging process in oak barrels.
Peninsula Gold: A cream sherry with a rich gold color. This treasure of Door County enlightens your taste buds with flavors of sweet butter and almond.
American Chardonnay: Another award-winner! The American chardonnay is recognized as America’s most popular wine, so Simon Creek Winery makes this one extra special. It is crafted with a rich gold color and mild fruit flavors that perfectly accent its oak and vanilla subtleties.
Speakeasy Red: Fall in love with the newest addition to Simon Creek Winery’s red table wine collection. It possesses a medium sweet flavor with just a touch of dark berries and oak. It’s perfect for any occasion and goes great with beef and pasta.
For more delicious wines, check out the Simon Creek Winery website!
2. Free Tours and Tastings
Most people can condone that they love free things, especially when it comes to wine! Take a look behind the scenes and discover how the succulent wines are made. The tour will take you through Simon Creek Winery’s very own vineyard, the storage room, and more! It’s a great way to further your wine expertise while exploring one of Door County’s best wineries.
3. Untouchable Wine Club
If you’re as much of a wine lover as we are, then you will love the Untouchable Wine Club! This membership is for fans of Simon Creek Winery to enjoy their delicious wines all year long, no matter where they are. Every January, April, July, and October, members receive two bottles of Simon Creek wine, including new releases and award-winning selections. Just download the membership application to become a part of the club today!
4. Simon Creek Winery Live Music
Every Sunday, Simon Creek Winery brings live entertainment to their guests. You can enjoy a tasty glass of wine on the deck while listening to fun music by local artists. If you’re looking for a way to fill up a lazy Sunday afternoon, this is it!
Check Out More Door County Wineries During Your Visit
Stone’s Throw Winery: Using inspiration from Napa Valley, Stone’s Throw Winery crafts irresistible wines from hand-picked California grapes, French and oak barrels, and undeniable passion.
Door Peninsula Winery: They produce the largest selection of wines in Wisconsin, making them a favorite for many locals and tourists. Some of their 45 wine selections are made from local fruits such as cherries, plums, and apples.
Door County Tastes Await During Your Stay at The Ashbrooke
Door County is home to many unique flavors in wine, beer, and food. Experience them all when you stay at The Ashbrooke, one of Door County’s only adults-only hotels. Providing privacy, luxury, and comfort, The Ashbrooke’s rooms and suites are the perfect places to return after a day of Door County adventures. You’ll also love our one-of-a-kind amenities and specials that make for a truly memorable visit. Book with us today for the vacation you’ve always dreamed of!
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