There are 15 images in this gallerySun, 11/16/2014 - 2:37pm
Enjoy a visit to our winery for free tastings everyday, browse our store for great seasonal gifts, and pick up a bottle or two!
There are 6 images in this galleryWed, 06/04/2008 - 10:51pm
There is no comparison to the light translucent greens contrasted with the deep blue hue of the post rain shower sky which occurred repeatedly this spring.
There are 12 images in this galleryWed, 06/04/2008 - 11:00pm
Construction is nearly complete on the Nectar Garden which is an accessible haven enclosed by the trellised Paw Paw trees, the flower cutting garden, and the antique apple orchard. A path wanders from the front of the winery and flows through various plantings, including many to attract butterflies and hummingbirds, and stops at various cobblestone pods where there are seats and tables to pause and enjoy wine, cheese, and a baguette under an umbrella in the garden away from the world. Coming soon is the Gooseberry Performer's Shell in the lower end of the area.
There are 13 images in this galleryMon, 02/16/2009 - 8:06pm
Greendance was dressed in red and white for the Valentine's Day party that featured an extraordinary six course dinner featuring Chef Joyce Holmes.
There are 8 images in this galleryTue, 06/17/2008 - 8:09pm
Greendance - THE WINERY AT SANDHILL is currently adding a large vineyard block of the newly developed Marquette wine grape from the University of Minnesota breeding program. The first vintage will be expected in 2010. This large block is on a moderate slope and the 50 rows will be running north-south. Because of the slope the new vines are planted into a rye field for protection from wind and as a means of reducing erosion the planting year. Blue mylar grow tubes are sealed into the soil and provide a microclimate free of wind and insulated from harsh weather and immerse the new vines in blue light to promote upward strong growth without competition from weeds.
There are 11 images in this gallerySun, 05/17/2009 - 2:22pm
New Orleans Creole Chef Michael Rago imported live crawdads from Louisana to boil outside as part of a Creole cookout in the Cafe' and Nectar Garden. Ray Ryan and his New Orleans Riverside Band were everywhere with toe tapping music. Both were outstanding and will be here again I feel certain.
There are 3 images in this galleryMon, 02/16/2009 - 5:27pm