Inspiration Through Observation

“Death’s Door” took its name from the body of water between Door County peninsula and Washington Island in which they get organic hard red winter wheat to make their vodka, gin and white whisky. The legends surrounding Death’s Door portray grim scenes worthy of the passage’s name. They tell of a huge Indian war party pummeled to death against its rocky shores. They recount the last voyages of innumerable wooden ships pulverized by swirling currents and howling winds. But like a fierce squall that blurs the line between sea and sky, the potent legacy of Death’s Door obscures the line between fact and fancy.”

Brian Baclig

1 year ago

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