Whether it’s a special occasion or just a fun night out, tons of local wineries offer a unique experience that many people can enjoy.
Luckily, there’s no shortage of local wineries across the U.S. That’s why Eat This, Not That! spotlighted the best wineries in every state. The report notes: “Not only do you have the opportunity to sample the estate wines that you might not be able to buy wherever you live, but you can also enjoy the scenic ambiance in a peaceful, serene setting. Some wineries also have in-house distilleries, while others feature produce from their own estate farm.”
So, which winery is the best one in Illinois? Eat This, Not That! says Lynfred Winery, located in Roselle, stands out among the rest. Here’s what sets Lynfred Winery apart from others:
“Lynfred Winery, a charming spot with its own B&B, is nestled along the coast of Lake Michigan just northwest of Chicago. Illinois is known for its beer (to go along with all of the hot dogs and sausages, of course), but this winery is a hidden gem among the craft breweries. The grapes are sourced from Illinois, California, Washington, Michigan, and Chile to put a unique spin on a large variety of wines. Keep in mind that reservations are required for by-the-glass tastings on Fridays through Sundays.”
See the full report (including the rest of the best wineries) here.