Wyoming may not be the first state to spring to mind when you're thinking of doing a wine tour, but visitors will be pleasantly surprised by the small selection of wineries that can be found here. Some of the wineries make their wine with grapes grown in their very own vineyards whereas others have their grapes shipped in from more hospitable growing climates, but all the wines produced here reflect the state's unique character. CDC information for travelers. Hours/availability may have changed.
1.Wyo Wine - Table Mountain Vineyards
© Wyo Wine - Table Mountain Vineyards
Situated on a large farm that has been owned and operated by the same family since 1926, Wyo Wine - Table Mountain Vineyards is the largest vineyard and winery in the state. The vineyard boasts more than 10,000 grape vines and 12 different species of grape, and all of the wines are proudly made with 100% Wyoming grapes and as few chemical additives as possible. Wine tastings are available by appointment, and wine and paint classes are often held on weekends. The vineyard and tasting room can also be booked for weddings and other private events.
Rd 48, Torrington, WY 82240, Phone: 307-459-0233
2.Jackson Hole Winery
Established in 2009, the Jackson Hole Winery is a unique high-altitude winery nestled at the foot of the Grand Teton Mountain Range. The winery sits at an altitude of 6,229 feet, and the grapes used to make the wine are shipped in immediately after being harvested. Most of these grapes come from the owner's vineyards in northern California, and some are sourced from other high-quality vineyards as needed. Wine tastings are available by appointment at the winery during the summer months, and the winery also offers a downtown tasting room that can be visited without an appointment between December and April.
2800 W Boyles Hill Rd, Jackson, WY 83001, Phone: 307-201-1057
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