America's First Maple Winery
Established in 2015
Our Wine Selection
Early Spring Reserve - A dry Maple Wine with a delightful oaky finish. It is an earthy wine that possesses finesse with subtle flavors that are in balance.
Maple Marquette- A beautiful integration of mouth-watering red fruits on the palate and mild tannins.
Maple Rouge - An Off Dry red blend with aromas of strawberry and leather.
Petite Pearl - A polished dry Northern Michigan red wine with low acidity, mild cherry aromas, with mid-mouth tannins.
Maple Cherry - A semi-dry northern Michigan cherry wine that has a fun juxtaposition of the tart balaton cherry with the sweet maple.
Maple Blanc - A semi-dry white wine with pleasant citrus aromatics. It is known for it's refreshing crispness, which is due to it's high levels of acidity and low amounts of sugar. However, small additions of maple syrup make this finish last for ever.
Maple Blackberry - A striking blackberry nose adds a delightful characteristic to this wine, known for it's mellow sweetness, with perfect balance of sweet and tart flavor.
Maple Blueberry - Creamy Maple accentuates an up front Blueberry flavor in this semi-sweet wine.
Maple Peach - Crisp and refreshing peach wine with lively acidity and beautiful aromatics
Maple Gold - Coming in at a hot 18% alcohol, this better than port style wine explodes with bourbon characteristics and a lasting maple finish.
Maple Royal - A Maple dessert wine sweetened to perfection with Maple syrup.
Our Hard Cider Selection
Maple Ginger Hard Cider- A refreshing burst of well balanced flavors. The bite of the ginger is balanced perfectly with the sweet maple making this cider not too sweet and not too dry. It's a must try!
Bourbon Aged Maple Cider- An upfront bourbon aged cider with a subtle lingering flavor of maple.
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Petoskey Wine Region
We belong to the Petoskey Wine Region wine trail. The wine trail currently consists of 12 wineries which reflects the region’s numerous award-wining wines, both nationally and internationally, its significant growth in the number of wineries, and being awarded Michigan’s first AVA (American Viticulture Area) in over 30 years. The prestigious AVA designation was awarded for the area’s new varieties of quality grapes – known for their European heritage and ability to survive harsh winters.