Thank you so much for your support as we continue to figure out new ways to get your favorite wines to you! Based on Illinois’ Phase 4 guidelines, please find some of our updates for this week. Watch for future emails and this page as things can always change as we explore new ideas. Limited Indoor & Outdoor Seating at the Tasting Room, 11am-6pm daily Limited outdoor seating is available in front of our Tasting Room, on Mill Street, and also on our patio.… Read More March 26th, 2020  |  Susanne Bullock  |   | 
If you are looking for ideas on wines to pair with your Easter dinner, here are some suggestions from our winemaker. Illinois Sparkling Co.
  • Brut Ombré Rosé has bright, fresh, fruity aromas and flavors and is a wonderful pairing for a meal.
Read More March 19th, 2020  |  Susanne Bullock  |   | 
The beauty of sparkling wines is that you can pair them with just about any food. Bubbly is a champion when it comes to food pairing because the natural acidity in a good sparkler helps to brighten the flavors. Whether you are celebrating Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, New Year’s, or some other holiday tradition, a bottle of bubbly means it is time for the party to start.… Read More December 5th, 2019  |  Susanne Bullock  |   | 
What is the perfect wine for your Thanksgiving dinner? We recommend having a couple of options depending on the types of wine your guests enjoy.
  • ISC Sparkling Wines: Sparklers are versatile with food; try ISC’s Brut Ombré Rosé for the main meal & Brut for your pecan pie. 
Read More October 31st, 2019  |  Susanne Bullock  |   | 
Let’s hear it for our winemaking team, Mark Wenzel and Sarah Hall, who were recently awarded the 2018 “Enologists of the Year” trophy from the Illinois Grape Growers & Vintners Alliance. This special award, also called the Winemaker of the Year, recognizes a winemaker(s) who is creating exceptional Illinois wines.… Read More March 8th, 2019  |  Susanne Bullock  |   | 


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