Carlos Creek Winery

Carlos Creek Winery is located in Alexandria, MN and was recently voted Minnesota's Best Winery in a customer poll sponsored by WCCO TV. Situated on 160 acres with 20 acres of vineyards surrounding the tasting room, Carlos Creek is open year-round for wine tasting and complimentary tours. They offer live music every weekend and the Minnesota Nice grill is open all summer long. Each September Carlos Creek hosts the annual Grape Stomp Festival - three days of wine, artists, food and live music - attracting over 15,000 visitors.

"We wanted to create a Minnesota winery experience that was fun, approachable and informative.  A place that anyone could come and enjoy great wines and a great experience.  Wine should be welcoming, fun, and most importantly, really, really good!  Drinking a seriously good wine doesn't mean you can't have fun, and having fun doesn't mean you can't be drinking seriously good wine.  That really is the heart of what we do and we hope you stop by and become a part of it."                                                                                                                                                  - The Bredesons

 

Carlos Creek Winery
6693 County Road 34NW
Alexandria, MN 56308
ccwinery@carloscreekwinery.com
CarlosCreekWinery.com
320-846-5443

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