Sparkling Waters White

Tropical Fruit Viognier: A crystal clear color which is the result of a special blend of Viognier and tropical fruits. The wine bursts with sweetness and has tropical notes of pineapple, citrus and melon. "Sparkling Waters" is supposedly an indigenous name for Rock Lake... where the water sparkles of clarity in Legendary Lake Mills.  

$12 Bottle / $5 glass

 

Rock Lake Symphony

Mandarin Orange Muscat: A delicious blend of ripe mandarin orange flavors and crisp citrus notes combined with the lovely smell and taste of the Muscat grape. This sweet wine will pair beautifully with spicy foods. How to describe a perfect evening in Lake Mills: Sitting on the sandy beach of Rock Lake watching the sunset with a cold bottle of Rock Lake Symphony. 

$12 bottle / $5 glass
 

 

Lost Pyramid Red

Cranberry Syrah: Have you heard about the lost pyramids in Lake Mills? I hear they are at the bottom of Rock Lake. While spending time on the lake gazing through the water looking for the lost pyramids, you'll want a delicious bottle of Lost Pyramid Red to keep you company. The tartness of the cranberries blends beautifully with the spiciness of the Syrah. This wine will sure be the crowd pleaser. Good luck on your search!  

$12 bottle / $5 glass

 

Grist Mill Red

Blackberry Merlot: The natural combination of slight tart acidity with the pleasant sweetness that makes blackberries so appealing is the perfect complement to the robust and lively Merlot. Lake Mills name comes from the two working mills at the time; The (red) Grist Mill and the Saw Mill.     

$12 bottle / $5 glass

 

AztalanZin Red

Pomegranate ZinfandelThe Pomegranate's earthy, rich juice balances with Zinfandel's slightly spicy, robust grapes creating a delicate slightly spicy sweetness that has a particular uniqueness on the first sip and leaves you wanting more. The AztalanZin wine is a tribute to the indigenous people of the area. Aztalan State park is just a few minutes drive from Lake Mills off Hwy B.  In fact when you visit the state park, the label will make perfect sense.       

$12 bottle / $5 glass

Crazy A

Green Apple Riesling: This wine is a semi-sweet green apple riesling. You don't have to be crazy to enjoy this wine... but drinking too much could make you &^%#... I think you get the point. The Crazy Apple wine is fruity and tart like a green apple but with the sweetness of a riesling! Can you say... YUM.   

$12 bottle / $5 glass

bartels peach

peach chardonnay: subtle peach flavors and bouquet to be enjoyed by the bottle at Bartels Beach in lake mills. Nothing like a great wine and a beautiful sunset over the water.

$12 BOTTLE / $5 GLASS

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Black Cherry Pinot Noir: It's a semi-sweet black cherry Pinot Noir. Lot's of black cherry fruit with a hint of the earthy Pinot Noir! This wine is a tribute to my all time favorite movie. I'm not going to tell you what movie it is, so let's see if  you can figure that one out. One thing for sure is, "I'm not drinking any &%$&@ Merlot." <Actually, Merlot is a favorite of mine>    

$12 bottle / $5 glass