The proud heritage of the Town of Norway dates back to 1839, when a group of 40 immigrants settled the area because of the rich growing soil. Today, some 173 years later, the Larson’s and Johnson’s continue to utilize the rich soil growing winter hardy northern hybrid grape vines. After careful consideration, their vineyard includes grape varieties of Marquette, Brianna and Petite Pearl.
*Spirits of Norway Vineyard thanks you for your interest in our products. Private Labeling is available. Our wines and merchandise are available online or by phone order at this time. We are sorry to say that our winery is not open to the public. We welcome you to reach out to us by phone or our contact page by visiting our website at www.spiritsofnorwayvineyard.com for any questions you may have!
Randy and Sandy’s journey started off with discussions of starting a garden at the 15 acre homestead in the historic Town of Norway. Randy’s only request was to have a few grapevines. His idea grew into a 1 acre vineyard, with 575 vines in the ground! During the few years it took to gain approval from the Town and County, Sandy completed the Winemaking and Advanced Winemaking courses through VESTA in collaboration with Wisconsin’s NWTC. Her amateur winemaking skills earned several awards, including Best of Category in the 2015 Wisconsin State Fair competition. Spirits of Norway Vineyard applied for and obtained the Federal, State and Local permits along with label creation and approval. The fruits of our labor finally paid off with a record setting harvest.
We look forward to impressing you with our boutique style varieties!