Food & Wine:
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Door County’s chefs, vineyards and farms are producing food and wine that is gaining attention in the national culinary scene.

Take a Door County winery or brewery tour to get a behind-the-scenes look at how our famous cherry wines and brews are made, or visit one of the region's beloved eating establishments to taste the the Door's artisan cheeses, fish boils, and other culinary delights for yourself.

If you're up for an entire weekend of food, wine, and Door County cuisine, check out the Foodie Weekend itinerary, where you'll find a healthy serving of the area's best food finds.

Chefs in Door County are offering classic favorites - from fish boils to everything cherry - and adding new spins on those traditions. Using fresh produce from local farms, local chefs give you a taste local flavor.

Farm Tours - Visit local orchards or farms and take a tour to see how local producers work the land in Door County. Many orchards offer pick-your-own operations while others provide walking tours through their operations.

All Things Goat - While Al Johnson’s Swedish Restaurant is famed for goats on its grass roof, goat cheese is also a favorite ingredient for man local restaurants. Try some Goat Cheese and Prosciutto Flatbread at home or get some other ideas by savoring recipes at local restaurants.

It's Always Cherry SeasonCherry pie isn’t the only way to enjoy the famous cherry culture of Door County. Chefs across the county are finding new ways to incorporate our favorite fruit, from cherry-inspired salads to local meats with a sweeter touch.

Wine - While Wisconsin is rapidly becoming a well known wine region, Door County is leading the state in quality vineyards. Travel along the Door County Wine Trail to cover all of the county’s vinology.