Wineries & Vineyards

When people think about Montana's short growing season and cold winters, the vision of vineyards may not immediately spring to mind. However, there are varietals well-suited for Montana's northern climate and innovative vinters are constantly developing new hybrids and techniques for growing grapes in Big Sky Country. Currently, the bulk of grapes used in Montana wines are grown in other western states. Unique wines are also created using Montana's famous Flathead cherries, wild huckleberries, tart chokecherries, honey, and even dandelions.


Visit one of the wineries below for an educational experience and

a taste of truly outstanding wines.



Mission Mountain Winery

82420 US HWY 93



Montana's first and oldest winery will be celebrating 30 years of excellence this year after opening their doors in 1984 on the shores of Flathead Lake. There is even access to the winery by boat.  Tom Campbell Jr. is the man behind the winemaking. Following the wisdom of his father Tom Sr., Tom Jr. trained at the University of California at Davis in Enology (wine making ) and Viticulture ( grape growing)The Winery currently produces approximately 6,500 cases of wine a year. Located north of Polson, in Dayton, Montana, the tasting room is open May thru October, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily and open 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. July thru August.



Tenspoon Vineyard & Winery

4175 Rattlesnake Drive



Escape to Montana Wine Coutry, up the Rattlesnake Valley, to sample our award-winning wines. Drink sample flights or wine by the glass. Warm weather seating in available on the lawn overlooking the vineyard, and cold weather seating is inside the working winery by candleight. Anti-pasto plates are available for purchase, or you are welcome to bring your own food. Live music every Friday and Saturday evening. Certified organic, no added sulfites. Open for tasting Thursday-Saturday, 5 PM-9 PM. Open for purchasing wine Monday-Wednesday, 8 AM-5 PM. Closed on Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas. Take exit #105 off I-90 (Van Buren Street). Go northeast on Van Buren, which becomes Rattlesnake Drive, for 3 miles.


Miles City

Tongue River Vineyard & Winery LLC

99 Morning Star Lane

406-853-1028 or 406-853-1651


Tongue River Vineyard & Winery is the only vineyard/winery in the eastern three-fourths of Montana. We specialize in quality grape and fruit wines, dry and sweet, red and white and rose. We offer the largest wine selection in the upper Midwest. Call ahead and make sure someone is there and we'll be happy to show you around and explain the operation. Check the web site calendar for harvest parties, new wine releases, and other special events. We can handle small weddings, rehearsal dinners, and company parties. Open 7 days a week, except Sunday morning. From I-94, south one mile, west past the Veterans Cemetery, west on Sunset Drive, north on Morning Star Lane.



Hidden Legend Winery

1345 U.S. Hwy 93 North



We are a winery specializing in meads crafted from Only the finest pure Montana honey and berries. Tour the winery and experience mead from start to finish. Buy mead right where it is made after discovering your favorite one during a tasting. All of our wines are all natural and have no added sulfites. Tasting room and gift shop. Free tasting and tours daily. Winery is located 8 miles south of Victor (2 miles north of Hamilton) at the corner of Sheafman Creek Road and Hwy. 93. Open year round, Tuesday-Saturday, 11 AM-6 PM. Closed July 4th, Thanksgiving, and Christmas.


Published: February 10, 2012 1:39:00 PM MST.
Last Modified: August 8, 2014 11:16:33 AM MDT