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Madison County Winery

Madison County Winery MADISON COUNTY WINERY is a startup native Iowa winery with vineyards located in both Madison and Story counties (shown above). Both vineyards are now in production and were planted in 2001 and 2000 respectively. Our Madison County site is located just west of St. Charles, IA while the Story County site is located just south of Colo, IA. COMING SOON. Plans are in the works to build a one-of-a-kind winery/leisure destination on our Madison County vineyard property. Tucked in the rolling hills of south central Iowa, this site overlooks a picturesque valley. With beautiful vistas in all directions it’s the perfect setting to escape, relax, and savor a quality wine.

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3021 St. Charles Road, St. Charles, IA, US, 50240 Email: madisoncountywinery@mchsi.com
Phone: 515-270-0036 Web: www.madisoncountywinery.com
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  HUNTER’S MOON
Pale yellow in color, this dry white wine is crystal clear in appearance, fruity, and well-balanced with just a subtle hint of sweetness. The finish is crisp but not sharp. Blend: California Sauvignon Blanc and Iowa Niagara grapes.
  MIDNIGHT RAIN
Ruby red in color, this medium bodied, softly dry red wine has a fruity finish and pairs well with many styles of food. It also pairs well with friends and lively conversation. Lightly oaked. Blend: Iowa Marechal Foch and California Cabernet Franc and Merlot grapes.
  NATIVE ROSE
Rich rosé in color and style, this semi-sweet wine is loaded with fruit flavor from beginning to finish. It’s the perfect balance of sweetness and tartness that makes this wine so easy to drink. Blend: Iowa Steuben and Frontenac and California Merlot grapes.
  PRAIRIE FIRE
Dark red in color, the best way to describe this dry red wine is big and bold. Oak and pepper flavors blend to give this wine a spicy finish worth savoring. Blend: Iowa Frontenac and California Zinfandel grapes.

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