Commercial winemaking came to South Dakota in 1996 when the Nygaard family established South Dakota's first winery, Valiant Vineyards. South Dakota's cold climate favors fruit wines and wines made from French-American hybrid grapes such as Seyval Blanc, Marechal Foch, and Frontenac.

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South Dakota Wineries - Highest Visitor Ratings

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South Dakota Wineries - Highest Wine Critic Ratings


1.   Belle Joli Sparkling House  
3.0
2.   Belle Joli Winery  
3.0
3.   Firehouse Wine Cellars  
3.0
4.   Naked Winery - Custer  
3.0
5.   Naked Winery - Hill City  
3.0
6.   Prairie Berry Winery  
3.0
7.   Schade - Deadwood  
3.0
8.   Schade Vineyard  
3.0

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All South Dakota Wineries (20) [map view]


Baumberger Vineyard & Winery

Belle Joli Sparkling House

Belle Joli Winery

Birdsong Vineyards

Chateau Sylvania Vineyard and Winery

ChrisaMari Vineyards

Firehouse Wine Cellars

Ghost Town Winery

Naked Winery - Custer

Naked Winery - Hill City

Old Folsom Vineyard

Prairie Berry Winery

Schade - Deadwood

Schade Vineyard

Stone Faces Winery

Strawbale Winery

Tucker's Walk Vineyard & Winery

Valiant Vineyards

Wide Sky Wines

Wilde Prairie Winery