Award-winning, South Dakota-made wines. Fantastic food. Beautiful setting. Open year-round.
News Center 1 covered our annual fall Toe Jam grape stomping event.
Prairie Berry Winery in SD Expanding to 135,000 Gallon Capacity - Midwest Wine Press
Rapid City Journal: Winery Claims Jefferson Cup
Whitley on Wine: Robert Whitely reviews a book that features Prairie Berry!
Rapid City Journal: A Culture of Fun
Area employers eager to hire for summer jobs.
Wines & Vines: Not Forbidden Fruit Cherry, berry, even rhubarb wines are moneymakers across the country
Apricot wine! Yes, it's as good as it sounds. $16
Phat Hogg White Wine, featuring Brianna, LaCrosse and Muscat Canelli grapes.
The Scientific Reason Why Dunking Your Cookies Makes Them Taste Better
Lawrence Elk Black Currant Wine--A refreshing, semi-sweet taste of the Black Hills. $18
South Dakota wouldn't be South Dakota without pheasants! This crock features our 3Rednecks label, with three ringneck pheasants wearing traditional South Dakota feed store caps. $19.95
Red Assarita Recipe (and lots of others from Prairie Berry's Kitchen)
Homemade Egg Noodles - Just like Grammy used to make.
Flower cupcakes video tutorial
Sausage Potato Soup--This may be on the menu at home today.
Raspberry. Rhubarb. Semi-sweet. Serve chilled with chips and guacamole or other Tex-Mex food. $20.50
Uncle Ralph's Rhubarb. A semi-dry rhubarb wine that tastes just like...rhubarb! Pair with ham or creamy dishes and think spring. $17.50
Our Raspberry Honeywine is a semi-sweet wine made with pure South Dakota honey. $20.50
Homemade Ice Packs--Because the fallling-out-of-trees-soccer-playing-bike-riding-sprinkler-running season is almost upon us. And those things can hurt.
How cool is this!?!
Baked Parmesan Asparagus & “Fries” with Lemon-Garlic Aioli - For a bit of spring flavor.
You could make these. OR you could come to Prairie Berry on Sundays and let our chefs do it. So you don't have to spend your Sunday washing dishes.