WINE TALK

Blends and Blossoms

Yes, I know, it's been a while. I could say I have a plethora of legitimate excuses, but the definition of excuse would render legitimate as a sneaky cop out. A lot has happened since I stole minutes from your priceless allotted time, and left you numb from trying to...

Fall: And other Variables

I think if you would ask Nebraskans what time of the year was their favorite; many would say it was fall. In the wine business fall is the culmination of all of the hard work in the vineyard that can pay off in fruit that hopefully is the best it can be on any given...

Close at hand

Harvest is just around the corner: not just in the movement of time , but there seem to be vineyards popping up all over this lovely state. In the past few weeks I've had the privilege to visit a few, and I am amazed at the diversity of training systems and also the...

Independence Land

First of all, I hope those that made it out to the winery this extended weekend have enjoyed the release of the new wine. Celebration is a blend of Edelweiss and Frontenac Gris, fruity, not too sweet, Yum, Yum! I enjoy food and it's variations from around the world...

“Old methods with a new Twist”

First, before I go twisting the night away, you might actually try that dance with one of the tunes from "Bert & Scott," Friday June 23, from 6:30 to 8:30. They have a wide range of genres, and you might find one that will work. Be careful though, if you haven't moved...

Magari & Music

Did the title of today's blog make you stop to look into the nuts and bolts of it. If you speak Italian, you're already familiar with the meaning of the word, but still have no idea what it has to do with a winemakers almost coherent ramblings. It is the name of one...

“A new beginning & A new season”

After planting my first commercial vineyard in nineteen eighty-five, and starting Nebraska's post prohibition wine industry by opening the first winery in December of nineteen ninety-four, I admit that there have been a few years along the way that I've become...

Location & Hours

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Capitol View Winery & Vineyard
2361 Wittstruck Rd
Roca, NE 68430
P: 402.328.3494

Capitol View Winery & Vineyard
2361 Wittstruck Rd
Roca, NE 68430
P: 402.328.3494

Hours
Friday.........12-9:00PM
Saturday....12-9:00PM
Sunday.........1-6:00PM
Monday........1-6:00PM
Tue, Wed, Thur by Appointment

Please remember no alcohol other than Capitol View Wine is allowed on premises.

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