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Goose Lake Farm and Winery

Goose Lake Farm and Winery Goose Lake Farm and Winery was established in 2004. We are proud to be Anoka County's first winery. Our specialty is fruit wine. Many of the fruit varieties are grown here on the farm. They were developed specifically for Minnesota climates. Our goal is to utilize these fruits to make the wine truly Minnesotan! Free wine tasting is offered in our tasting room. Come out and enjoy the wine - tour the orchard and grounds. We are happy to have you! On your next visit, bring your empty Goose Lake Farm wine bottles and receive a 50ยข per bottle discount on your next wine purchase.

Directions
From Elk River: US Hwy. 169 North to County Road 33. East to County Road 13. North to Anoka County Road 24. East to Pinnaker Road 1/2 mile to 6760 213th Avenue NW. From Anoka: County Road 7 North to County Road 22. West to County Road 66. North 1 mile to Gypsy Valley Road. West to 213th Avenue, then West to6760 213th Avenue NW.


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Address Web Social
6760 213th Ave NW, Oak Grove, MN, US, 55330 Email: wine@gooselakefarm.com
Phone: 763-753-9632 Web: www.gooselakefarm.com
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Products



  Apple
The apple wine is made with fresh ripe home grown Minnesota appples. This is a sweet crisp blend.
  Chapel
The Chapel wine is full of cherry flavor with a hint of apple. A Semi-sweet wine.
  Cherry
Our cherry wine is made with a blend of several varieties of cherries. This wine is a semi-sweet blend with lots of flavor.
  Harvest Blend
This is a combination of fall apples, beta grapes and late summer plums. It is a semi-sweet blend made for cool nights by the fire!
  Pear
Our wine is made from several varieties of pears. Blended together, they form a delicious, sweet, crisp wine.
  Plum
The plum wine is made from luscious ripe home grown plums. This semi-sweet wine is made for sipping.
  Razzy Apple
This is a semi-sweet wine made from a blend of Honey Crisp and Haralson apples and fresh hand picked rasberries.
  Razzy Rhubarb
A blend of fresh sweet raspberries and tart crisp rhubarb. A great holiday wine.
  Rhubarb
Our Rhubarb wine is made from crisp, ripe, red rhubarb.
  Strawberry Rhubarb
A blend of sun-ripened strawberries and crisp, red rhubarb.
  Summer Blend
Fresh ripe strawberries, sweet crisp pears and Honey Crisp apples make this a refreshing blend.
  White grape
Our white grape is light, crisp and full of fruit. This semi-sweet wine is just right for a picnic.

Reviews

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P. Martineau says...
We went on the "tour" yesterday. It consisted of you standing in front of a counter top bar, while the "maker of the wine" poured you tastes of wine. I would give you her name but she never introduced herself. When we tried to ask her questions about the wines, the winery, etc. she had very short, rude answers. My group and I were not at all impressed with the winery. The wines we tasted had a bitter, almost cleaner type, taste to them. I will not be recommending this winery or the wine to anyone, but I will be more than happy to share my experience there.

A.Marie says...
I would never go there again or tell anyone to waste their time going. The owners were very rude which I'm guessing is either because 3/4 of us were fairly young (mid to upper 20's), or because we were not impressed by their disgusting wines. We tried to have nice conversation with both of the people running it, and were answered very shortly and uninvitingly by both on completely different topics. All of the wine tasted the same: bitter and nearly vomit inducing. The idea that it is a winery is a giant joke. The idea that it is a farm is only supported by chickens all over their parking lot. I was supposed to take friends, but did not get a chance to and I am very happy for that; I would have been extremely embarrassed to be the reasons my friends took any time out of their day to go there. Save your wallet, time, and taste buds. This "winery" is terrible. And to the lady that makes the wine: if you make 43 different wines and they are all your babies, they are the equivalent to a human child born of incest and maybe you should consider a different profession.