I’ll start off by saying this; Green Bay has some serious history. And placed in its historic downtown, which is a casually vibrant center, one that can trace its roots to the War of 1812’s end, a winery inside a Victorian house testifies to that fact.
The moment you traipse through its aged threshold, you’re soothed by an air of lax refinement.
And, as you pass into a pleasant tasting room,
an elegant tasting bar as its centerpiece,
You’ll find wines,
and cheeses to cozy up to,
or share with friends, in a comfortable setting of your own.
Captain’s Walk, the winery I speak of, boasts many vintages: merlot, chardonnay, rose…I think you get the point. And some, differing from what I’ve just mentioned, are little out of the ordinary.
Aside from that, quite literally, opposite a period furnished hall, you’ll find a bistro.
This small eatery, beaming a lot of natural light, serves a mini menu, and fresh cider on tap.
Outdoors, in a few months, maybe sooner, a lawn will provide a tempting tasting atmosphere.
In the end, with all the chaos that calls itself life, craving a relaxed setting makes absolute sense. Here, at Captain’s walk, a fun fermented crushed grape episode, one inside a storied residence, beckons those who seek it.