Mead--the world’s most ancient wine made from honey a hit in Madison, Wisconsin

Sep 6, 2017

Colleen Bos at her Bos Meadery in Madison, Wisconsin
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Mead, made from honey is the most ancient of wines with archeological evidence dating back 9,000 years. Mead got lost in the shuffle with the proliferation of grape wines over the centuries, but it’s definitely making stellar comeback today. Bos Meadery celebrating its 5th anniversary, is a shining star in Madison, Wisconsin with a growing base of ardent fans. Join mead-maven Colleen Bos, as she shares her passion for mead.

Bos Meadery’s litany of elixirs ranging from Oaked Wildflower to Pomegranate, Hibiscus & Ginger, and awesome Door County Cherry Mead.

Bos Meadery in Madison, Wisconsin
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A Bos Meadery favorite made with Door County Cherries
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