Ed's Winery

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A wine bottle from Ed's Winery.
All that remains of Ed's Winery on Siebenmorgan Road in Conway.

Ed's Winery, a former winery in Conway, Arkansas, was once one of the largest in the United States. It disappeared after the county went dry in 1943. At its peak between 1936 and 1943 the winery produced 20,000-50,000 gallons of wine each year under labels like "Red Fox," "Sailor Girl," "Sure Shot," and "Fit for a King."

The only remaining evidence of the winery, owned by Ed Freyaldenhoven and Joe Freyaldenhoven, are three large concrete vats located on Siebenmorgen Road.


  • Fred Petrucelli, "Conway Vintner Honored at Wine Museum," Log Cabin Democrat, May 15, 2000.

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