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Stock up on local wines during this special fundraiser to benefit Cherryland Humane Society or AC Paw. “Pours for Paws” will take place at participating Leelanau Peninsula Wineries (LPVA) from July 1-31. Each winery will have a special wine on sale for the month and a portion of the proceeds from each bottle will go to the animal charities.
At our Suttons Bay tasting…Continue
Is wine “made in the vineyard?” Winemakers and viticulture experts often agree to disagree on this topic. Head Winemaker Lee Lutes generally believes that it is the symbiotic relationship of viticulture and oenology that make for a phenomenal wine.
“Walk with me”…says Lutes on a crisp fall afternoon while visiting the magical Leorie Vineyard on Old Mission Peninsula. This vineyard is home to the Merlot and Cabernet Franc that make the distinguished…Continue
Spring in northwest Michigan has sprung earlier than usual. With the warm and moist weather we are certain morels will be popping up soon. We are excited to get our boots muddy along the trek into the woods for these elusive and tasty mushrooms. We hope you will join us…
This year’s annual morel hunt and feast on May 9th is the first in our Harvest Dinner series. These dinners will be offered at the Inn the second Wednesday of every month. The series will always include a five course…Continue
Black Star Farms is proud to be part of a wine region that has continued to receive accolades for its quality wines and food destinations. The winery is honored to announce four new awards received at the 36th annual Eastern International Wine Competition.
The International Eastern Wine Competition (IEWC) is one of the oldest and largest professional wine competitions in the United States. Judges were comprised of the most experienced and unique pool of wine industry…Continue
Did you know that Michigan’s vineyards and wineries are a key component to the state’s tourism and agricultural industries? Both contribute $790 million to Michigan’s economy and welcome more than 1 million visitors throughout the year.
In honor of the state’s 91 wineries Governor Rick Snyder has declared April as "Michigan Wine Month.” Michigan's wide selection of quality wines will be featured statewide at participating retail, restaurant and individual winery/tasting…Continue