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“Unique Winery that Uses Rhubarb”

Prairie Berry Winery
Ranked #1 of 29 Restaurants in Hill City
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: US$10 - US$15
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Dining options: Lunch, Breakfast, Delivery, Outdoor Seating
Description: Experience our award-winning wines in a fun and relaxed setting in the heart of the Black Hills. Find us three miles northwest of Hill City on Highway 385, just a few miles from Mount Rushmore National Memorial and Crazy Horse Memorial. We’re Hill City’s only working winery and Sandi Vojta, our fifth generation winemaker, handcrafts each wine, often using old family recipes, just a few steps from our Tasting Room. Start your Prairie Berry Winery experience with a free wine tasting of up to five of our award-winning wines, including our Anna Pesä handcrafted traditional European wines, at our Tasting Bars. We produce a variety of wines in styles for every palate – from crisp, dry wines and robust, oak-aged reds to sweet, fruity varieties. Our Kitchen offers housemade menu items including gluten-free, vegetarian and kids’ options. Menu selections pair perfectly with our wines, vary with the season and many of our ingredients are sourced locally. Enjoy a meal on our patio with our beautiful views of Black Elk Peak (formerly Harney Peak). Our brewery, Miner Brewing Company, is located next door.
Reviewed 30 June 2014

We visited this winery one day when it was pouring out. Really enjoyed all the wine tastings and food tastings. Get the winery's Compote with rhubarb and jalapeno. Really good.

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Reviewed 29 June 2014

From the landscaping and building design to the excellent gift shop and food selections, this place is very well thought out. Some food servings were a bit on the small side, though excellent. Wine is as good as one can expect, all things considered; I especially appreciated the selections that aren't all grape.

Thank Karen G
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Reviewed 29 June 2014

Prairie Berry Winery is one of SD's little treasures. We stopped by with a few minutes of time on our hands and were treated to a wonderful welcome, a fun tasting experience and a quaint little shop.
We were given the opportunity to select five different wines to taste for free. While many of them were too sweet for our tastes, we greatly enjoyed the experience with friendly staff and a cozy environment. Very distinctive tastes to the wines - and certainly worth taking a few bottles home as well!

Thank RenaeBo
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Reviewed 28 June 2014

I have been to Prairie Berry two years ago and just stopped again recently. It is a very beautiful place that seems to be expanding. My favorite wine this year is the Poker Face. It is a good batch this time and better than the one I bought two years ago. I also like the Uncle Ralph's Rhubarb which is all Rhubarb and no raspberry in it. My Mom and I also split a sandwich which was very delicious. I wish I could stay there longer but with a family along it isn't a lot of fun for them.

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Thank Kristin M
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Reviewed 25 June 2014

Five very enthusiastic fans of the Outlander book series gathered for an impromptu gathering. We were all really too busy discussing the books and the upcoming television series to eat much, but we shared an Artisan Cheese Board and the Chips & Guacamole. Must have been good as it all seemed to disappear while we were talking! We did feel that we might have out-stayed our welcome as one of the table bussers kept coming to to our table to ask if we were done with plates, when it was plain that we were still eating off of them. There did not seem to be a big demand for other tables in the room. None of us tasted any of the wines as one was pregnant, the second had a tiny chaperone (who was very well behaved for a toddler with a bunch of chatty adults) and all of us were driving.

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Thank ScribeLynn59
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