Wild Bill

A bottle of Wild Bill wine.

Wild Bill is a semi-sweet Catawba grape wine offering fresh aromas of strawberry and sweet grape.

Recent Double Gold winner at the 2019 Indy International Wine Competition.

Composition

100% Catawba grape

Sweetness

♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦
Semi-sweet

Serving

Chilled
(44-46°F)

Price

Bottle: $15.00
Gen5: $12.00

Our family has been handcrafting South Dakota wines since 1876, the same year that famed Wild Bill Hickok met his fatal end by Jack McCall over a game of poker in Deadwood.

The cards that Hickok held at the time of his death, aces and eights, came to be known as the Dead Man’s Hand.

Made to honor the great pioneers of the South Dakota frontier, this native Catawba grape wine offers fresh aromas of strawberry and sweet grape.

Highlights

Double Gold, Indy International Wine Competition
Best of Class, San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition
Gold Medal, Jefferson Cup Invitational Wine Competition

“Poor Wild Bill Hickok met an unfortunate end in Deadwood, but in tribute to his gumption and adaptability, Prairie Berry Winery … has produced a similarly styled wine, a rose of color, flash, and drive, fitting for sipping on its own or for pairing with a traditionally beefy Midwest meal.” ~Mike Dunne, San Francisco Chronicle Wine Judge

2

GOLD MEDALS

4

SILVER MEDALS

1

BRONZE MEDAL
Cheese Pairing

Blueberry or Apricot Stilton, Lemon Goat Cheese

Food Suggestions

At Home: Harvest Chicken Salad, Lemon Chicken

A bottle of Wild Bill wine.

Wild Bill is a semi-sweet Catawba grape wine offering fresh aromas of strawberry and sweet grape.

Recent Double Gold winner at the 2019 Indy International Wine Competition.

Composition

100% Catawba grape

Sweetness

♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦
Semi-sweet

Serving

Chilled
(44-46°F)

Price

Bottle: $15.00
Gen5: $12.00

Our family has been handcrafting South Dakota wines since 1876, the same year that famed Wild Bill Hickok met his fatal end by Jack McCall over a game of poker in Deadwood.

The cards that Hickok held at the time of his death, aces and eights, came to be known as the Dead Man’s Hand.

Made to honor the great pioneers of the South Dakota frontier, this native Catawba grape wine offers fresh aromas of strawberry and sweet grape.

Highlights

Double Gold, Indy International Wine Competition
Best of Class, San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition
Gold Medal, Jefferson Cup Invitational Wine Competition

2

GOLD MEDALS

4

SILVER MEDALS

1

BRONZE MEDAL
Cheese Pairing

Blueberry or Apricot Stilton, Lemon Goat Cheese

Food Suggestions

At Home: Harvest Chicken Salad, Lemon Chicken