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Holy-Field Vineyard & Winery

Holy-Field Vineyard & Winery The Holy-Field name comes from the days when our 158th Street address was called Holyfield Road. The winery offers a warm and friendly atmosphere for our visitors to enjoy fine wines and specialty gifts from our gift shop. Private tastings are available for parties of 15 or more, please call for evening reservations. The Vineyard Room and Wine Deck overlooking the vineyard are available for large parties, receptions and meetings, please call for rates and availability. We offer wheelchair accessibility. Walking vineyard tours will be conducted on summer weekends by appointment. The Vines: The Holy-Field Vineyard is a breathtaking picture of 12,000 vines located on 14 acres adjacent to the winery. The first vines were planted in 1986 and we believe the vines thrive on the attention and caring shadow of their owners. The Gift Shop: The Holy-Field Winery is proud to announce new custom-made wine-filled chocolates - Raspberry wine filled milk chocolates and St. Francis Dessert wine filled dark chocolates, available Thanksgiving through Christmas. These sell out in a few days. We also have available custom made holiday gift baskets. Order yours now for the holidays!

Directions
Located just west of Bashor, Kansas in Leavenworth County, within 30 minutes of downtown Kansas City, Overland Park and Lawrence, Holy-Field Vineyard and Winery is at 24-40 Highway (State Avenue) and 158th Street. From Interstate 70, take the last free exit (Hwy 7 & 73) north to Hwy 24-40 (State Ave.). Turn left onto Hwy 24-40 and proceed west approximately 2.5 miles to 158th Street. Holy-Field Vineyard & Winery is on the far-right corner.


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18807 158th Street, Basehor, KS, US, 66007 Email: holyfieldwinery@sbcglobal.net
Phone: 913-724-9463 Web: www.holyfieldwinery.com
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Products



  Chambourcin
A great tasting dry red wine made from Holy-Field grapes. Just the thing for those special pasta or steak dinners Aged in American Oak for 12-16 months..
  Chardonel
An incredible dry, white wine with crisp fruity flavors. Excellent choice for seafood and poultry diners.
  Cynthiana (Norton)
A top quality dry red wine. Available in limited quantities. Aged in American oak for 12-16 months.
  Late Harvest Vignoles
The dessert wine not to miss! Loads of flavor and finish to wake up your taste buds.
  Melody
A very light, delicate wine with floral character. Truly a favorite..
  Over the Rainbow Raspberry
A delicate fruit wine bursting with raspberry flavor.
  Racy Red
A dark Rose style wine with loads of berry flavors. Excellent for any festive occasion.
  Seyval
Truly a very fine wine. 100% Holy-Field grown Seyval grapes. A very delicate and crisp wine for the white wine lover - it's a must.
  St. Francis Dessert Wine (Port)
Oh so rich! Made from a blend of our Foch, Leon and Chambourcin grapes in a port style. Just the thing to sip on or drink with dessert - wonderful with chocolate!
  St. Vincent
A light, low tannin, dry red wine. Very smooth, velvety finish. Try with smoked salmon or pork loin. Aged in American Oak for 12-16 months.
  Sunset Blush
A blend of delicate white and bold red wines to enjoy anytime.
  Tailgate Red
Our best selling wine. A blend of Holy-Field grapes - St. Vincent, Chambourcin and Cynthiana - made in an off dry style to enjoy with snacks or with beef, pork or BBQ.
  Tailgate White
A blend of Holy-Field grapes - Melody and Aurore - offers a very soft wine that anyone can enjoy. Goes with chicken, fish or to sip with mild cheese and apples. Made from a blend of estate grown white grapes, this wine has a very fruity flavor and nose. Semi-sweet style
  Vignoles
A gold colored wine with more flavor than one could dream from a Midwest wine. 100% Holy-Field grown, this is truly a great treat.
  Yogi-Berry Blackberry
Loads of blackberry - You'll want to share.

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