News From the Tasting Room

It was a bountiful 2022 harvest season!  We want to express our appreciation and gratitude for the support of our loyal customers, the labor of our dedicated staff, and the blessing of delectable grapes!

Holiday Shopping Made Easy! 

We have all the gifts you need for this upcoming season! Be sure to stop in or have us ship to you.

Don't forget your bottles of wine for Thanksgiving dinner. Will your table be adorned with red, white, sparkling or all three? Share your menu with us and we'll help you pick the right pairings.

To place an order for merchandise (anything other than wine), please call the winery 231-290-9463.

Santa pants $15, Santa hats $3, and assorted wine gift bags $3 are back!

A Petoskey Farms bottle opener $5 is the perfect stocking stuffer! 

Hoodies $40, plaids $40 and hats $30 can all be shipped to you! 

Emmet the Otter $9 and one of our super soft sweatshirt blankets $35 are the perfect cozy additions for your special someone! 

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Products are subject to applicable taxes and fees. Shipping costs may vary. Call the winery 231-290-9463 to find out more!

 November Hours 

11 - 6 Monday - Saturday 

Closed Sunday

Closed Thanksgiving Day

Pictured Above: Staff dressed for Plaidurday! 

Wine Club News 

Wine Club Party! 

Our Wine club pick up parties will be held on 11/4 and 11/5 from 6-8pm. Members are invited to  stop by during one of these two events to enjoy a complimentary glass of wine and some snacks! 

Our wine club members having wine shipped can expect their wine the second week of November. We will be sending out wine 11/7 and 11/8. Remember someone over 21 will need to be there to sign for your wine.  

News From the Cellar and Vineyard

Harvest is Complete! 

Harvest has come to a close, so now the crew is "babysitting" the wines as they go through fermentation. The next step will be moving the wines into a new vessel for aging (oak, stainless steel, etc.). They have also been busy cleaning, cleaning and more cleaning!

The vines are looking extra skinny now that they leaves are falling off! Pruning will begin in the winter after nightly temperatures are consistently below freezing!

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