Wineries | Black Hills & Badlands - South Dakota


South Dakota made wines & brews

Rhubarb, crab apples, chokecherries, buffalo berries, wild plums. The native fruits of South Dakota, along with recently developed grape varieties that thrive in our Northern Plains climate, make for some unique and delectable fine wines produced by four regional wineries.

If your vacation schedule needs a change of pace, Hwy. 385 is the “wine trail” connecting Hill City’s Prairie Berry Winery to Belle Joli Winery in Sturgis as well as to tasting rooms like Firehouse Smokejumper Station in Hill City, Grapes & Grinds in Keystone, and others in Deadwood. The 50-mile drive passes through forested glens and meadowlands, as well as providing spectacular roadside views of Pactola Reservoir and Sheridan Lake – it’s a relaxing afternoon jaunt that is sure to prove particularly palatable to lovers of the grape. Check out the Tasting Trail Map for more ideas!

Firehouse Smokejumper Station

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