Indian Island Wine List:
Whites (Dry to Sweet):
Island Smoke: $12.95 Semi-Dry white blend with Prairie Star and Louise Swenson (both Elmer Swenson varieties). Aged lightly with
American Oak Chips with hints of pear and citrus. Food examples: Fish, Poultry.
Prairie Wind: $12.95 A semi-dry blend with Prairie Star. Citrus aromas and flavors. Great with deep fried
walleye, seafood, and pork.
Pepin: $12.95 Semi-sweet
white table wine with pear and melon notes. Great with fresh fruit, cheese, and seafood.
Petite Ami: $12.95 Semi-sweet white table wine. Very floral rose petal aromas. Great
with garden greens, pasta salads, and seafood.
Brianna: $12.95 A great summer wine with citrus/pear/ tropical notes. Good for barbeques, ham, etc.
LaCrescent: $12.95 Sweet white table wine with citrus, tropical and light honey notes.
Food examples: spicier Asian foods, Mexican, and cheeses. Riesling type wine.
Frontenac Gris: $12.95 Sweet white table wine with apricot/peach aromas. Sometimes hints
of strawberry. Great with fresh fruit and pastas with white or cream sauce.
Maiden Blush: $13.95 A sweet blush table wine with citrus and cherry notes.
Reds (Dry to Sweet):
Hunter's Red Reserve: $15.95 Dry Red blend with St. Croix. Strong raspberry notes and hints of blackberry. Aged
with American Oak chips. Great with steak, hard cheese, buffalo, wild game, and chocolate.
St. Croix: $15.95 Semi-dry red table wine. Lightly aged with American Oak chips.
Hints of plum and currant. Great with red pasta dishes, pork, and grilled meats.
Marquette: $15.95 Semi-Dry Red table wine. Aged with American Oak chips. Aromas
of spice, black currant, and blackberry. Great with steak, red sauce, dark chocolate, elk, and wild game.
Village Marquette: $13.95 Very fruity Semi-Sweet Red table wine with strawberry and raspberry notes.
Frontenac Rosè: $13.95 Semi-Sweet Red table wine. Black cherry flavors
and aromas. Great with pasta, pork, pheasant, duck, and many other foods. It’s like a white zin with a kick.
Dreamcatcher: $12.95 Sweet Red blend with Bluebell, King, of the North, and Sabrevois.
Very fruit forward and grapey. Great with spicy entrees and grilled food. Comparable to Concord.
Indian Island Ice: $49.95 NOW AVAILABLE!Indian Island Ice is a “true”
ice wine harvested in mid December with an air temperature of 5 degrees above zero. After 36 hours of pressing the frozen
grapes, we ended with juice at a high sugar level of 40 brix. It was fermented to about 12% alcohol and remains with about
19% residual sugar. It is a dessert Ice wine made with the Frontenac Gris grape. It has aromas of peach and apricot and goes
great with cheesecake, hard cheeses, and many other foods.
Frontenac Gris Late Harvest: $14.95 This wine is made from 100% Frontenac
Gris. The grapes were left on the vine until after the first hard frost. The grapes then resembled raisins and had a very
high sugar concentration creating and very sweet, dessert wine. Perfect for an after-dinner dessert.
Dancing Spirit (White
Port-Style): $16.95 (7% R.S. & 18.1% alc) This wine is made from 100% Frontenac
Gris. It is a white port style wine that pairs nicely with chocolate, cheesecake, or used for sipping on its own.
Napin-Nagi (red port-style): $16.95 (4.25% R.S. & 18.5% alc) Port Style dessert
wine made with the Frontenac grape. Great with dark chocolate, t-bone steak, etc.
Wita- Pa: $14.95 Seasonal Sweet red dessert
table wine. Cinnamon and spice flavors fill this wine with holiday spirit. Recommended to serve lightly warmed. Great with
turkey, pumpkin pie, and chocolate.
Fantasy: $9.95 Indian Island Winery has created the perfect
"midnight fantasy". Liven up your evening with a bottle of wine. This wine is made from the Frontenac grape variety
and is infused with chocolate creating an elegant flavor of chocolate covered cherries. What a perfect wine for a romantic