Tongue River Winery         

                       Quality Made Wines with fruit exclusively from the Northern Plains!  

Welcome to Tongue River Winery!

Welcome to SE Montana's only vineyard & winery, winner of numerous medals and home to some fascinating grape and exotic fruit wines.

Now shipping to 37 states!  Click ONLINE STORE or HERE.
See our new "Latest News" page under the "More" tab.
Cold winters, long hot summers make for tough, determined vines that offer up delicious and unexpected surprises.  They're waiting for you!  Explore the pages from the quick links below or the ribbon above and see for yourself!  
 
Welcome!  I'm sitting here with a glass of Tongue Tied.  Wish you were here.....

If you enjoy our wines and/our website, we hope you use the link at the bottom of this page to leave a TripAdvisor review, and encourage you to leave a testimonial.  You can see frequent photos and happenings on our Facebook page at Tongue River Winery on Facebook.  Our numerous awards can be seen on the Awards page. 


And if you like folksy comments about our experience in the vineyard, winery or about wine-related stuff in general, see our Blog page.  If you live in, or are traveling through Montana, go to our Where to Buy page for an almost up-to-date listing of our retail partners.

For travelers with self-contained units, you might be interested in Harvest Hosts .  They provide a list of several hundred wineries, farms and agri-tourism sites  where you can park free for the night.  Tongue River Winery is a Harvest Host. Yearly membership cost is nominal.

And by all means, DO become a member of our website by clicking the link in the upper right corner of this page.  It's free, and guarantees that you will get occasional emails about new wines, activities, special events and news from Tongue River Winery.

2016 News:  Despite hard frost on May 14th, we have a great crop of grapes on the way.  Aronioak is now available on our Online Store page.  Brianna will probably be released, along with Cold Front as two new varietal wines in early 2017.