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Available at these locations in west central Wisconsin
Black River Falls
Gordy's Market
The Mocha Mouse

Festival Foods
Peoples Food Co-op
St. Joe Country Market
Wine Guyz

Festival Foods

Fast Eddie's Discount Liquor

Gordy's Market

Gordy's Market
Burnstads Village
Caseys Wine and Spirits
Highway 21 BP Station

The Berry Vine
Warrens Mall
Wisconsin Cranberry Discovery Center

Hansen's IGA


DnA Vintners has collaborated with the Wisconsin Cranberry Discovery Center and we are #5 on the Wisconsin Winery Co-op Wine Trail. Located in the village of Warrens (six miles north of Tomah on I-94) the Discovery Center will be happy to pour you samples of our wine. It's a fun place to visit, complete with Cranberry Museum, Cranberry Gift Shop and Soda Fountain with several cranberry ice creams and cranberry baked goods. For store hours, call 608 378 4878. Pick up a Wine Trail brochure at the Discovery Center; remember, if you visit all wineries, you will receive a free pair of etched stemware. It's a fun excuse to visit all areas of Wisconsin and to enjoy our local wines!

We also participate in pouring wine for fund raisers and holiday promotions.

From the Tomah Journal - 12/2/11

By Steve Rundio

Diana Hobson believes in using local ingredients to make something good.
Hobson, a La Crosse winemaker, put Wisconsin cranberries on the national wine map after winning three medals Nov. 2 at the International Women’s Wine Competition in California. Her cranberries came from the Habelman Bros. Cranberry Co. of Tomah.

“I have a lot of fun working with local products and local producers,” said Hobson, who owns and operates DnA Vintners. “I’m a firm believer you need to work with what you have locally.”
A native of Sparta, Hobson has spent most of her working life in Monroe County as a social worker and probation and parole officer. She didn’t start making wine until 2001 and didn’t sell her first bottle until 2006. She got her first cranberries from Craig and Kathy Jensen of Warrens.
“The first wine wasn’t particularly good, but I was intrigued by the process,” she said. “I read a lot of books and talked to a lot of other winemakers.”

Hobson refined her process and developed three wines:
*Frost Watch Red. Semi-sweet with a crisp finish.
*Sweet Paradise. A sweet and smooth wine. She named the wine after Paradise Valley Cranberries, the operation owned by the Jensens.
*Chocolate Paradise. A wine infused with a natural chocolate flavoring described as “dessert in a glass.”
Chocolate Paradise was the star of the Fruit Wine category in California, where it won the only double gold medal. Frost Watch Red won a silver medal and Sweet Paradise won a bronze.

Read more: http://lacrossetribune.com/tomahjournal/news/local/award-winning-wines-made-with-local-cranberries/article_214dec32-1d1d-11e1-ac63-001871e3ce6c.html#ixzz1hHgWjBxV