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Alaska winemakers prove that where there’s a will there’s a way. Although the climate doesn’t allow for the growth of vitis vinifera, Alaskan wineries import juice from out of state to make Merlot, Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon, Pinot Noir and Riesling. Alaska’s signature wines, though, are made from honey and native Alaskan fruit such as raspberry, blueberry, strawberry, salmonberry, gooseberry and rhubarb. Alaska has four wineries located south of, and in, Anchorage with the oldest, Denali Winery, opened in 1997. As of late 2008, none of the wineries ship their wines out of state, so those looking to own their very own bottle of Alaskan wine will have to make the trip north.

Alaskan Wilderness Wines

Alaskan Wilderness Wines | Kodiak, Alaska | Alaska Wineries

cat-icon 498 Shearwater Way Kodiak, Alaska 99615

Denali Winery

Denali Winery | Anchorage, Alaska | Alaska Wineries

cat-icon 1301 E. Dowling Rd. Anchorage, Alaska 99518

Waites Winery

Waites Winery | Anchorage, Alaska | Alaska Wineries

cat-icon 2321 Clements Dr. Anchorage, Alaska 99515

Bear Creek Winery

Bear Creek Winery | Homer, Alaska | Alaska Wineries

cat-icon Bear Creek Drive Homer, Alaska 99603