Prairie Berry Winery
20 moradores locais recomendam · Preço estimado 2 de 4
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Free South Dakota-made wine tasting daily, year-round! Fresh, gourmet food, local and loved merchandise.
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Free wine tasting! Gotta love that! And atmosphere of modern rustic and classy. They have gourmet sandwich deli and gift shop. Lots of outdoor sitting. Near Hill City.
South Dakota wine. Great winery. Fantastic selection of wines made right there. Miners Brewing next door for craft beers.
Experience award-winning South Dakota wines in a fun and relaxed setting. Free wine tastings with a brewery right next door. Menu items including gluten-free, vegetarian and kids' options. Patio seating with beautiful views of Black Elk Peak. What I love about this place, you can sample the wine…
This place is just awesome and I highly recommend the brewery next door, which is part of Prairie Berry Winery, called Meiners Brewery. Amazing place.
Our favorite wine here is ‘Calamity Jane’. Tasting is free, and there are a large variety of local wines to choose from.
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Hill City, SD 57745
Serve os seguintes tipos de refeiçãoBrunch, almoço, janta, dessert
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Brunch, almoço, janta, dessert
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