The vision of Gary and Leonard Blackie, this Madison winery is named after the glacier that delivered rich soil to the region. Designed as a house to make guests feel at home, the tasting room has a rustic but open log cabin feel, a central fireplace, and is made from reclaimed barn siding and hand-hewn beams from the 1800s. A wine bar and open cellar on the lower level of the winery offers space for private parties and weekend entertainment, while the outdoor deck areas provides scenic views of the wooded lot and the surrounding vineyard.
The establishment opened its doors in 2015 and produces dry wine. All of the grapes are sourced from the Finger Lakes region of New York. As the vineyard matures, the wine will be produced from grapes produced on site.