We are grateful and grape-ful for this year's harvest well underway!
News from the Tasting Room
Colors are starting to change here at the farm and harvest is in full blast! We are so excited to share our upcoming new vintages with you! The colors should start showing soon, so be sure to stop in, enjoy a glass and the view.

As the weather starts to change make sure you bring a jacket since our table service is still outside on the covered patio with our heaters.

We hope to see you soon!

Fall Hours

Monday - Saturday 11 - 6
Closed Sunday
The Petoskey Wine Regions' "Harvest Showcase" was a huge success! Thank you to all of our customers that were able to attend and experience the entire region. We enjoyed talking with you and sharing our wine and food pairing!
Stay tuned for future Petoskey Wine Region events!
Low Stock Alert!

Our 2021 Frontenac Gris is starting the run low! Be sure to grab a bottle next time you are in or order some online!
Wine Club News
Save the Date!
Wine club pick up party will be held
  • Fri. Nov. 4th, 6 - 8pm
  • Sat. Nov. 5th, 6 - 8pm
More information will be sent to you via email in the coming weeks!

"Ship To" Members: Wine will be shipped the week of November 7th. The shipments are fully customizable and you will be getting emails on how to customize. If you are planning to pick up your wine, please let us know as soon as possible!
News from the Cellar
Harvest 2022 has begun which means the crew is busy processing the grapes, from our vineyard and our partner vineyards. Ever wonder what the process is for making wine? White wine grapes go through the crusher destemmer and immediately to the press which separates the juice from the grape pomace (seeds, skins, stems). Then the juice goes into a tank for fermentation. Red wine grapes go through the crusher destemmer and then the juice and grape pomace go into a tote to ferment. After fermentation, it goes through the press and then the wine ages in either a barrel or tank.
News from the Vineyard
We have picked two of our seven varietals in the vineyard! La Crescent and Itasca have been processed and will soon become beautiful white wines.
The remainder of the grapes will be picked in the coming weeks using "Harvey" the Harvester.