5th Annual Wineshoeing Event
Wine / Chili / Snowshoeing /Guided Tour/ Outdoor Fire
Get Outdoors! Get exercise! Have Fun!
Maple Moon Sugarbush and Winery is offering it’s 5th Annual Wineshoeing event! The celebration will be held on Saturday, February 8th, the anniversary of the launch of both the syrup business (2012) and wine business (2015).
You don’t want to miss this!
You will receive a guided tour, wine before and after snowshoeing, a bowl of chili, a roaring fire, plus a souvenir glass to take home. Snowshoes are provided by Bearcub Outfitters and available to borrow on-site.
Reservations are required.
Please call (231)487-9058
The cost is $25 per person.
Guided snowshoeing departs at 11:30, 1:30, and 3:30.
This event fills up
So hurry and call to make your reservation.
We can’t think of a better way to spend a snowy afternoon in Northern Michigan’s wonderful out of doors.
Store and Tasting Room Hours
Only Saturday Jan. 18 & 25 from 12 PM -5 PM
February - April
Fri. and Sat. 11-6
Free Tour - 4 PM Saturdays
Hours for other times of the year are listed on the location page.
4454 Atkins Rd Petoskey, MI 49770
Maple Moon was established as America's First and Only Maple Winery in 2015. Maple Moon's tasting room offers Wine Tastings (10 varieties ranging from dry to sweet), Maple Ginger Hard Cider, Maple Bourbon Aged Hard Cider, Maple Root beer, a cheese plate featuring Petoskey Cheese(June - Oct), and Moomers ice cream (June - Oct). While you're there, check out the great selection of maple syrup, maple sugar, maple candies, maple cream, honey, jams, salsas, mustards and sauces for sale in the farm store.
Bourbon Barrel Aged Maple Syrup!
It's AMAZING! Come and try a sample.
Your taste buds will explode with delight!
To order, please go to our products page and click on bourbon barrel aged maple syrup.
Saturdays at 4
See how the sap is formed and transformed into the gooey,
delicious sweet treat you put on your food!
No reservation needed.
Check out the latest 9 & 10 news video about maple moon!
What makes Maple Moon so unique?
America's First Maple Winery!
This confuses some people, so here is a brief explanation...
Maple Moon ferments the sugars in the maple syrup instead of fermenting the sugars found in grapes or other fruits. The base wine is DRY (with zero residual sugar). So their wines range from dry to sweet. What makes them sweet? Well.. they add more maple syrup (of course!) after fermentation. The six currently available are Early Spring Reserve, Maple Blackberry, Maple Blueberry, Maple Peach, Maple Gold, and Maple Royal.
They also have some traditionally fermented wines (Marquette, Petite Pearl, Rouge, Cherry and Blanc), for those not brave enough to try a maple wine. :) So... don't dismiss it from your list of wineries because you think it will be too sweet. You will be pleasantly surprised!
And bonus... there are two hard ciders (Maple Ginger and Bourbon Barrel Aged) and a non-alcoholic maple rootbeer for those with partners who don't particularly drink wine!
"It is God who works in you to will and to act according to His good purpose." Philippians 2:13
April 2019: Wonderful people, interesting and informative tour - highlight of our weekend. Great products!
September 2018: We went to this winery and another one as a last minute side trip because they were a few miles from each other. We walked into the Maple Moon winery 10 minutes before closing and was welcomed in to the tasting room by one of the owners. We were not rushed in anyway. We did the tasting and enjoyed the maple based wines very much. I talked shop with the owner as I am a wine maker too. We purchased a bottle of wine and plan to visit again when we are in the area. This is a wonderful boutique winery. The prices of the wine may seem steep compared to grape wines. when your dealing with $50 a gallon maple syrup as your base ingredient compared to a 5lb bag of sugar and 5lbs of grapes costing $8 the price per bottle is going to be higher. We did stop into the other winery and didn't stay long because it is just like any other grape wine winery with a limited selection of wines. Maple Moon Winery is well worth the experience and money spent.
January 2018: My husband and I visited you in October. The honey is the best. We bought some to bring home. I ordered a 2 pound jar before Christmas, and ordered two 2 pound jars just now. It really is the best we have ever had. Hope to visit, again, this year. God bless! Tim and Brenda