North Dakota June 07, 2019
The First Winery In North Dakota Is A Destination Everyone Should Visit
North Dakota doesn’t have many wineries, but it does have a handful and they’re all worth checking out. The very first winery established in the state is still going strong today and is a destination everyone should visit at least once. Now that it’s growing season, this winery is open for visits and tastings. You’ll definitely want to check it out before it’s winter again. Take a look:
This delightful winery is nestled on the prairie just outside of Minot, North Dakota.
It's called the Pointe of View Winery and was North Dakota's very first winery, established in 2002. Come visit the winery to see all it has to offer.
The beautiful farm is open May through December every single day of the week. You can stop by for a tasting and enjoy the lovely grounds while you're there.
Although they do make grape wines, they also focus on North Dakota native plants and fruits. Rhubarb, chokecherry, strawberry, and honey are just a few of the other types of wines they create.
These award-winning wines are all carefully crafted from home-grown ingredients right at the winery.
While you visit, you can enjoy the gorgeous sights of the area out on a deck overlooking the Souris River Valley. There are even hiking trails available on the property for a stroll.
With the incredible natural views, charming farm and winery, and delicious drinks to enjoy, you'll definitely want to make a point to visit this special North Dakota spot at least once in your lifetime.
Address: 8413 19th Avenue NW, Burlington, ND, 58722
You can learn more about the Pointe of View Winery and all it has to offer by visiting its website
Although this one was the very first, there are more wineries in North Dakota you can visit. We made an entire list of wineries you can check out