Brambleberry Winery, Weddings and Country Inn May 2019 Newsletter
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Redecorated and expanded room lineup 

Brambleberry has changed its room lineup in response to guest demands. We now have four guest rooms to choose from, including two rooms that are some of the best budget-priced lodging options in the area.
The French Impressionist room is redesigned and newly decorated, offering quaint style and grace. This guest room is part of the original Brambleberry farm house. The room features a luxuriously draped canopy bed with queen Tempurpedic mattress, electric fireplace, TV and DVD player with local channels and two comfortable wingback chairs. The room features blue walls with French impressionist prints from Renoir and Monet. Private bath with an antique clawfoot tub (no shower). The lovely view west overlooks the creek and a wooded pasture.  Please note this bathroom has a sloping ceiling that is 5-foot-11 at its highest point. The French Impressionist room is only $100 or $130 with breakfast.
Thrifty travelers will love the Gamekeeper Room. This budget friendly guest room is a great value and exudes warm earth tones and charm. Our guest room has a private, attached bath and we serve a full breakfast. This guest room features a queen size bed with a half-tester canopy headboard. There is a TV /DVD player with local channels and for viewing movies. The window overlooks the front lawn and the sheep pasture. You can also see the gargoyle, which protects the house from the porch roof. The compact bathroom is tucked away under a low, sloping ceiling (5-foot-11 at the highest point) and has a shower/tub combination. The Gamekeeper Room rents for only $80 or $110 including breakfast.
These guest rooms join the luxurious English Country Room and Highland Room. To view the guest rooms or to book a reservation, visit

Scottish fiddler to highlight 6th anniversary celebration

To celebrate the winery's 6th anniversary, we are treating everyone to a free performance by Joanna Johnson, 2017 national Scottish fiddler champion, and her mother Deb Johnson who accompanies her on guitar. The ladies are fabulous!
Come join us from 4 to 7 p.m. on Saturday, June 22 and enjoy original compositions of Celtic music written by Joanna. Wear medieval or Celtic costumes if you like! Performance will be held in the Grand Pavilion.
Don't forget to stop by the winery beforehand for tasting and to purchase bottles to enjoy during the performance. The winery will be open until 8 p.m. for this special event.

Spring garden work and winter damage

We sincerely hope that winter and snow are finally behind us. Now the spring garden work begins. We've been busy transplanting and planting in the Wedding Garden area around the Grand Pavilion, where it looks like most of the perennial plants survived the bitter winter. We're keeping our fingers crossed on our grapevines, but we suspect that the -40 and colder temperatures we had in February were too much for the vines. 
Chris finally trimmed some branches off of a maple tree in the backyard, accomplishing one item on a honey-do list from several years back.
Our sign at the end of the road took a hit during some gusty winds earlier in April. The gusts broke two 4-by-4 posts in half. The sign should be back up again shortly with larger 4-by-6 posts.

Clearance sale on remaining 2019 wedding dates 

One of Western Wisconsin's finest wedding venues, Brambleberry still has available dates for 2019 and they're clearance priced! Rent this entire, gorgeous party barn pavilion for less than the cost of a flimsy, empty tent. Luxurious restrooms. Price based on 200 guests (add $10 per guest above 200). Do setup yourself and save big. Clearance sale prices for all-day rental on remaining 2019 dates are:
Saturday: $1,500
Friday or Sunday: $1,000
Monday-Thursday: $500 (holidays add $500)
Located in an area of outstanding natural beauty, our elegant venue is of the same high quality as others charging $5,000 to $7,000. Far superior amenities to other venues charging $1,000 to $1,500. You deserve the best for your wedding. Includes two outdoor ceremony sites, an on-site winery, and much more. See for yourself!
2020 and 2021 dates rented at our normal rates. 
We also have openings for small weddings for up to 50 guests. Four-hour afternoon rental is $500; five-hour evening rental is $750. Brambleberry also is Wisconsin's affordable elopement destination with ceremonies starting at only $125. 
We work with a number of fine caterers, photographers and florists to make your day extra special. Brambleberry is just 30 miles north of Onalaska and 15 miles west of Black River Falls. Visit all the wedding pages on our website for more information. 
Email or call (608) 525-8001 to check availability, schedule a private venue tour or book your date. Venue shown by appointment only.…/wisconsin-weddings/

Brambleberry welcomes Leila Selke!

Brambleberry welcomes a new face to the tasting room. Leila Selke from Black River Falls will be helping out over the summer and fall. Leila also operates her own photo business. Stop in and say hello!


Game of Thrones weekend May 18 and 19

The final episode of Game of Thrones is Sunday, May 19. To celebrate what is surely to be an epic ending we will have some Seven Kingdoms-inspired fun and wines. Chris and Sherry will be decked out in some medieval-style clothing. You're welcome to dress up as well or just come and enjoy our Game of Thrones' themed wines, such as Dragon Slayer, Burly Baron, Full Monte, Sam Tarwell's "Ghillie", Jousting Knights, Battering Ram, "Castle Black" (Blair Castle), "Lannister" Lion Rampant, Knight's Chalice, Druid's Dance, Winter Solstice (winter is here), "Tyrion's" Wanton Wench, Court Jester, "Sparrow's" (Vicar's) Folly, Feisty Friar and "Denarius's" (Elizabeth's) Golden Age.


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