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.
St. 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
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.
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
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