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    by apuleuis Written Jun 23, 2013

    This is the oldest licensed winery in Wisconsin. They have a seemingly endless selection of wines. There are free wine tastings (there are few tasting options you can pay for too). And you can take a tour for just $4. They will be opening their brewery later this year too.

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    by beanie777 Written Dec 12, 2010

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    Von Stiehl Winery in Algoma, great wine for over 40 years. Unique cast wrapped bottles and great wines.

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    by apuleuis Written Jun 23, 2013

    Don't let the "Coffee House" on the name fool you, it really is more of a diner than a coffee shop.They have a pretty large breakfast menu (served all day long), burgers, soups, coffee, ice cream and more. They even have grits! It has the feel of being at someone's house for lunch (for better or worse), it actually seems to be attached to the owners house.

    Favorite Dish: I had a very good pasty, my husband had a very good omelette. I heard from another patron the soup is really good, the black coffee is really good, but I didn't think the cappuchino had enough flavor. Everything is homemade so not sure you can go wrong.

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    by apuleuis Written Jun 23, 2013

    This is a must-see if you are in the area. The shop was full of unique artsy items that were a lot of fun to look at. But even better was the outdoor garden areas. There were many unique plants for sale. Many great plants planted. Lots of metal sculptures, blown glass decorations, trellises and a pond. Really is fun for the whole family. There is also a coffee shop in there.

    What to pay: I did find the artsy items fairly expensive. The plants I thought were very reasonably priced.

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    by Tom_In_Madison Updated Oct 27, 2010

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    If you're buying door county cherry pies, jam, etc....you can get them here and save about 25% off the price of what it will be in the touristy DC.

    The pie was not as good though, not sure about the jams I bought--they're Xmas gifts so I'll let you know then.

    But the Pecan cherry cookie was absolutely delish!

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    The Flying Pig... Coffee in and unexpected place!

    by beanie777 Written Dec 12, 2010

    While in Algoma.. south on highway 42 about 2 miles out of Algoma and you'll find a fantastic little garden centre, art gallery, coffee bar. This is a must do while in Algoma!

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