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In Dining

Uncork Summer will be held on the grounds of the Wickman House in Ellison Bay.

In Dining

The event will feature small plates like stuffed dates from Parador, as well as 19 other restaurants and markets

In Dining

Dishes like barbequed salmon from Mr. Hensinki will also be showcased.

Door County launches first major food & wine festival


If you're planning a trip to Door County this summer, you may want to consider visiting at the end of June.

Ellison Bay will host the Door Peninsula's first county-wide food and wine festival, Uncork Summer from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, June 28, at the grounds of Wickman House, 11976 Mink River Rd.

The festival will feature small plates from 20 Door County restaurants and markets, including Alexander's, Al Johnson's Swedish Restaurant, Galileo's Italian Steakhouse, Parador, Pasta Vino, Shoreline Restaurant, The Whistling Swan and Wild Tomato Pizzeria, plus regional wines and craft beers, including products from Door County Brewing Company, Island Orchard Cider and Tapuat Kombucha.

Well-known local acoustic musicians, including Katie Dahl, Small Forest and Death Folk, will perform live throughout the day.

There is no admission fee to attend Uncork Summer; instead, tickets for individual small plate dishes and drinks will be sold onsite for $5 each.

For more information, visit uncorksummer.com.

Door Peninsula Winery is the oldest and largest winery in Door County and the largest producing winery in the state. It offers more than 45 types of wine, including many made with local fruit, like Door County cherries and apples, as well as Wisconsin cranberries and grapes. Located at 5806 Hwy. 42 in Carlsville, the winery is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily with tours at the top of every hour.


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