PRODUCT: Wine Pouch
COMPANY, LOCATION: Sunset Point Winery - Stevens Point, WI
DESCRIPTION: Sunset Point Winery recently launched a new product during summer 2022, single serve fruit wine pouches. Perfect for the boat or backyard fire pit, these wine pouches pack the flavor and are a creative and fun way to enjoy a locally produced wine anywhere that you don't want glass.
The first round of voting will be a popular vote to determine the Top 16 Coolest Things Made in Wisconsin. Voting will take place from Monday, Sept. 19 at 8:00am to Tuesday, Sept. 27 at 5:00pm. You can vote once per device, every 24 hours.
Point/Plover Metro Wire - Sunset Point nominated for ’22 Coolest Thing Made in Wisconsin Contest
WAOW Channel 9 - Central Wisconsin business nominated to be the Coolest Thing Made in Wisconsin
Bobby Tanzilo with On Milwaukee did an absolutely wonderful write up about things to do and see in Stevens Point. We were included in the section about The Craft Collective, which consists of the area breweries, the distillery, and our winery.
Read his recommendations about where to eat, play, and stay:
The winery was featured by WSAW Ch 7 tv as part of the Your Town Stevens Point series. Click below to go to the free-to-read article, with video.
Tourists and Locals Enjoy Sunset Point Winery
Profile is a podcast about entreprenures in Central Wisconsin, hosted by Mid-State Technical College Stevens Point Campus Dean Ben Nusz and Portage County Business Council Executive Director Michael Witte.
Listen to the Sunset Point Winery episode: tinyurl.com/profilespw
We entered 4 of our wines in the The 21st Annual Finger Lakes International Wine & Spirits Competition, held in Rochester, NY. All four wines won an award!
Point/Plover Metro Wire - spmetrowire.com/sunset-point-winery-returns-from-competition-with-numerous-medals/
The Downtown Stevens Point organization filmed a spotlight video about us! Take a peek around the winery as owner, Kelly Guay, talks about the business, wine, and ongoing projects.
In early 2019, we released a special edition dessert wine called Grand Slam. (We no longer have this wine.) It was made with late-harvest Frontenac Blanc grapes grown at Rock Ridge Vineyard in Amherst, WI. Proceeds from the sale of this wine went to Never Forgotten Honor Flight, a group that offers local war veterans another chance to fly in an aircraft. The wine was named in honor of co-owner Don Guay's grandfather, Don Wertz, who served in World War II as a B-25 pilot. His aircraft during the war was titled “Grand Slam.” State Senator Patrick Testin and State Representative Katrina Shankland attended to show support.
Sunset Point debuts new wine in honor of war veterans
Reporter Taylor J. Hale
Coverage from the Stevens Point Journal and Stevens Point Gazette (formerly Portage County Gazette) starting the year before we opened, through our soft open, and to our grand opening. Subscription may be required to read.
Idea for downtown winery awaits OK from city
Sari Lesk - June 3, 2014
Plan Commission Green- Lights Downtown Micro-Winery
Brandi Makuski - June 3, 2014
Micro-winery Process Sealed With Council Approval
Brandi Makuski - June 17, 2014
Winery plans early summer opening in Stevens Point
Sari Lesk - February 10, 2015
Wine, atmosphere growing at Sunset Point Winery
Nathan Vine - May 22, 2015
Sunset Point Winery adds swings, new wine
Nathan Vine - June 11, 2015
Family effort pushes opening of Sunset Point Winery
July 2, 2015
Sunset Point Winery Opens
Jacob Mathias - July 4, 2015
Sunset Point Winery grand opening is Labor Day weekend
Nathan Vine - August 20, 2015
Sunset Point Winery holds grand opening
Nathan Vine - September 12, 2015