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Fisher King Winery




About Fisher King Winery

COVID-19 Specific Information and Services

During the Covid-19 Situation the winery is only be Open for Wine Take-out and Delivery.
Help yourself to a little wine sanity and help our local artisan winery remain in business!!

Wine Pick-up Hours: 4 - 6 pm Wednesday thru Saturday.
If possible, please place your order in advance to:
(or leave a message at (608) 497-1056)

Include your phone number and email address so that we can get back to you for payment details. We prefer a check or cash, but will accept credit cards. We also offer FREE Delivery to your front door within 15 miles of the winery.

Special Pricing on all of our wines beginning Monday April 6th:
15% off a 6 bottle purchase (minimum amount for FREE delivery)
25% off a 12 bottle or more purchase.


Happiness in a Glass.

That's what Fisher King Winery is all about. We handcraft wines right here in Verona Wisconsin. Most of our wines are created from locally grown, cold-hearty Wisconsin wine grapes. But we also produce delicious wines from the more familiar varietals of Europe. From complex, dry reds to sweet white wines, Fisher King Winery has your range of tastes covered!

Our upscale, spacious tasting room is normally available for your onsite wine enjoyment. The corona virus outbreak has obviously curtailed that and other activities. Typically, we host weekly events such as live music performances on Friday and Saturday evenings, Wine Bingo night, Paint Nite & Plant Nite, and so much more! We also offer a delectable assortment of food to accompany your wine - charcuterie boards, bruschettas, focaccia bread with olive oil, and sweet items such as our chocolate lava cake and Gail Ambrosius truffles. AND you can rent space at the winery for your private party or gathering!

All of which will be resumed once the whole Covid-19 situation has abated.

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