Algoma’s von Stiehl Winery is the only Wisconsin winery listed in an article titled “11 scenic Midwest wineries worth a getaway” in the travel website Time Out.

“Wisconsin’s oldest licensed winery boasts over 40 wines to taste in its Civil War-era building and dreamy outdoor terrace that’s often vibing with live music when the weekend rolls around,” the article says. “The vineyard is located 6 miles north in Door County, where three French-hybrid grape varieties deliver fruity, semi-sweet rosé and dry, citrus-packed pinot grigio.”

The article also features four wineries in Michigan, two each in Minnesota and Indiana, and one each Missouri and Illinois.

Time Out describes itself as “a global media and leisure business that inspires and enables people to explore and enjoy the best of the city” and traces its roots to a small magazine launched in London in 1968.

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