Autumn Harvest Nominated in Best of the Chippewa Valley

Autumn Harvest Nominated in Best of the Chippewa Valley

It’s voting time!

We’re proud to have been nominated in FOUR categories in Volume One’s Best of the Chippewa Valley Reader Poll! Thank you for your support year over year. We appreciate your votes!

Best Wine Selection: https://volumeone.org/bestof/324/questions/9507_best_wine_selection
Best Winemaker: https://volumeone.org/bestof/324/questions/9500_best_winemaker
Best Free Entertainment Option: https://volumeone.org/bestof/324/questions/9520_best_free_entertainment_option
Best Tour/Tourist Attraction: https://volumeone.org/bestof/324/questions/9560_best_tour_tourist_attraction

Autumn Harvest Winery and Orchard Part of the CV Restaurant Week Event – As Seen on WEAU

Autumn Harvest Winery and Orchard Part of the CV Restaurant Week Event – As Seen on WEAU

The Fabulous Fall Colors Farm and Food Tour will take place on Saturday, September 28 as the conclusion of the Chippewa Valley Restaurant Week. The tour will travel to various farms around the Chippewa Valley, including Autumn Harvest Winery and Orchard. Autumn Harvest owner, Jean McIlquham, discussed more about this event on WEAU 13 News.

Watch the coverage here: https://www.weau.com/video?vid=561259182

 

 

Autumn Harvest Winery One of the Best Things to Do in Chippewa Falls – As Seen on VacationIdea.com

Autumn Harvest Winery One of the Best Things to Do in Chippewa Falls – As Seen on VacationIdea.com

Chippewa Falls flourishes in the summertime with festivals and outdoor activities galore! Autumn Harvest Winery is honored to be included in VacationIdea’s article, “8 Best Things to Do in Chippewa Falls, WI.”

Read the article here!

Autumn Harvest Winery and Orchard produces many wines using fruit from their orchard, and a hard cider. Visitors can enjoy complimentary wine tasting, sample local cheeses and chocolates, relax on the outdoor patio, or peruse the gift shop. Starting in May you can enjoy the beautiful sights of blooming apple trees, flowers and an abundance of wildlife. In July you can purchase fresh blueberries or pick your own. During the fall season, apples and pumpkins can be purchased or you can pick your own, enjoy wagon rides and a free corn maze.

We’re nominated as Best of the Chippewa Valley!

We’re nominated as Best of the Chippewa Valley!

It’s that time of year again! We’re proud to have been nominated for FOUR categories in the Volume One Best of the Chippewa Valley Reader Poll, and would appreciate your votes! Voting runs through December 11!

Best Winemaker: https://volumeone.org/bestof/259/questions/7903_best_winemaker

Best Wine Selection: https://volumeone.org/bestof/259/questions/7910_best_wine_selection

Best Free Entertainment Option: https://volumeone.org/bestof/259/questions/7923_best_free_entertainment_option

Best Tourist Attraction: https://volumeone.org/bestof/259/questions/7963_best_tour_tourist_attraction

Autumn Harvest, as heard on State Trunk Tour Episode 8

Autumn Harvest, as heard on State Trunk Tour Episode 8

Autumn Harvest Winery is honored to be featured in the State Trunk Tour Episode discussing everything Chippewa Falls! This is such an awesome podcast about our beautiful area!

Click here to listen! 

Autumn Harvest Winery and Orchard produces many wines using fruit from their orchard, and a hard cider. Visitors can enjoy complimentary wine tasting, sample local cheeses and chocolates, relax on the outdoor patio, or peruse the gift shop. Starting in May you can enjoy the beautiful sights of blooming apple trees, flowers and an abundance of wildlife. In July you can purchase fresh blueberries or pick your own. During the fall season, apples and pumpkins can be purchased or you can pick your own, enjoy wagon rides and a free corn maze.

Photo Gallery of Autumn Harvest’s Fall Festival, as seen on The Chippewa Herald

Photo Gallery of Autumn Harvest’s Fall Festival, as seen on The Chippewa Herald

Thank you for visiting us at Fall Festival, Chippewa Herald! Check out some of the beautiful pictures they took of the event! If you missed Fall Fest, no worries we still have plenty of fun from wine tastings, apple picking, our corn maze and much more!

See all pictures at: https://chippewa.com/chp/photo-gallery-fall-festival-at-autumn-harvest-winery/collection_f47e6c93-d05c-57a8-a070-01241dd25e92.html

Autumn Harvest Winery and Orchard produces many wines using fruit from their orchard, and a hard cider. Visitors can enjoy complimentary wine tasting, sample local cheeses and chocolates, relax on the outdoor patio, or peruse the gift shop. Starting in May you can enjoy the beautiful sights of blooming apple trees, flowers and an abundance of wildlife. In July you can purchase fresh blueberries or pick your own. During the fall season, apples and pumpkins can be purchased or you can pick your own, enjoy wagon rides and a free corn maze.

 

Autumn Harvest Raising Money for Suicide Prevention, as seen on WQOW

Autumn Harvest Raising Money for Suicide Prevention, as seen on WQOW

Autumn Harvest Winery is proud to be featured on WQOW for raising money for suicide prevention at our Fall Festival. As seen on WQOW:

Autumn Harvest Winery near Chippewa Falls kicked off its annual Fall Fest Saturday, all to benefit local suicide prevention programs.

A warm, sunny day brought dozens of people out to the winery to enjoy a petting zoo, face painting, a corn maze, food trucks and beverages.

Visitors were encouraged to donate to suicide prevention.

“Every year we choose an organization to give back to the community,” said co-owner Jean McIlquham.  “This year on Saturday will be Suicide Prevention Chippewa Valley and that’s an organization that has been around for a while but maybe not enough recognition as they deserve so far.  So we’re hoping to get their name out there. Largely they’ve touched a lot of lives around here so we want to give back to them.”

The winery will match donations from this weekend.

Sunday’s donations will go to Agnes’ Table.

Read the full story: http://wqow.com/news/2018/09/08/chippewa-winery-raises-money-for-suicide-prevention/ 

Autumn Harvest Winery and Orchard produces many wines using fruit from their orchard, and a hard cider. Visitors can enjoy complimentary wine tasting, sample local cheeses and chocolates, relax on the outdoor patio, or peruse the gift shop. Starting in May you can enjoy the beautiful sights of blooming apple trees, flowers and an abundance of wildlife. In July you can purchase fresh blueberries or pick your own. During the fall season, apples and pumpkins can be purchased or you can pick your own, enjoy wagon rides and a free corn maze.

Autumn Harvest, a part of Chippewa Valley Craft Beverage Trail Guide as Seen on WEAU

Autumn Harvest, a part of Chippewa Valley Craft Beverage Trail Guide as Seen on WEAU

Our own Jean McIlquham was on Hello Wisconsin with WEAU 13 News talking about the Chippewa Valley Craft Beverage Trail and the August Pairing Event!

Get tickets online right now at chippewavalleytrailguide.com! This is a wine + food opportunity you don’t want to miss August 10, 11, and 12!

See the video here: http://www.weau.com/video?vid=490139271

 

Autumn Harvest Winery and Orchard produces many wines using fruit from their orchard, and a hard cider. Visitors can enjoy complimentary wine tasting, sample local cheeses and chocolates, relax on the outdoor patio, or peruse the gift shop. Starting in May you can enjoy the beautiful sights of blooming apple trees, flowers and an abundance of wildlife. In July you can purchase fresh blueberries or pick your own. During the fall season, apples and pumpkins can be purchased or you can pick your own, enjoy wagon rides and a free corn maze.

Autumn Harvest Winery Founding Member of Chippewa Valley Craft Beverage Trail

Autumn Harvest Winery Founding Member of Chippewa Valley Craft Beverage Trail

Autumn Harvest Winery, in partnership with Infinity Beverages Winery and Distillery, Leinenkugel’s Brewery, River Bend Winery and Distillery, Autumn Harvest Winery, Lazy Monk Brewery, Brewster Brothers Brewery, Northwoods Brewpub, and O’Neil Creek Winery is pleased to announce the formation of the Chippewa Valley Craft Beverage Trail.

This group of local brewers, winemakers, and distillers came together with the hopes to expand their offerings to the community of wine, beer, and spirit enthusiasts both locally and beyond.  Together they will be releasing a trail guide just in time for the summer months. This trail guide highlights a collaboration between local craft beverage producers to enhance the experience of locals and visitors alike through providing experiences focused on the Chippewa Valley’s locally made wines, beers, and spirits.  It will be a great way to go out and experience each location.

Our goal is to make the craft beverage producers of the Chippewa Valley a must stop destination for both visitors and residents in the area. The group plans to hold two events annually, one in August and one in May (starting in August 2018) where attendees will have the option to visit each location and experience for a special pairing. The group hopes these events will provide further insight into the craft beverage industry and provide consumers with an experience.

This team effort to bring awareness and insight into the booming craft beverage industry in the Chippewa Valley is just the first step towards making the area a must stop for craft beverage enthusiasts.

Read more about the Trail on this website: https://www.chippewavalleytrailguide.com/