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WINERIES — WINES 89
Wineries & Tasting Rooms Cont’d
Green Bird Cellars & Organic Farms
9825 Engles Road Northport -------------------- 386-5636
L. Mawby Vineyards
4519 S. Elm Valley Rd Suttons Bay ------------- 271-3522
Laurentide Winery
56 French Rd. Lake Leelanau -------------------- 994-2147
Leelanau Cellars
P.O. Box 68 Omena ------------------------------- 386-5201
Raftshol Vineyards
1865 N West Bay Shore Suttons Bay ----------- 271-5650
Shady Lane Cellars
9580 E Shady Lane Suttons Bay ---------------- 947-8865
Silver Leaf Vineyard & Winery
11087 E. Silver Leaf Farm Road Suttons Bay -- 271-3111
TASTES of Black Star Farms
800 Cottageview Dr.
Traverse City--------------------------------------- 944-1349
The Mitten Brewing Co
112 W. Nagonaba St. Northport ------------231-386-1101
Three Fires Wine & Skipping Stone Cellars
5046 S. West Bay Shore Dr.
Suttons Bay-----------------------------------231-620-9463
Willow Vineyards
10702 E Hilltop Suttons Bay --------------------- 271-4810
Wines - Retail
Boathouse Vineyards, LLC
M 204 at the Bridge in Lake Leelanau
Lake Leelanau ------------------------------------- 256-7115
Forty-Five North Vineyard & Winery
8580 E. Horn Road Lake Leelanau -------------- 271-1188
FRENCH VALLEY VINEYARD
www.fvvineyard.com
3655 S. French Road Cedar---------------------- 228-2616
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CHATEAU FONTAINE VINEYARDS & WINERY
Distinctive wines offered for your
enjoyment in Leelanau County
Award Winning Selection
Please call ahead for hours
2290 S. French Rd., Lake Leelanau. . . . . . . . . . . .256-0000
NORTHERN LATITUDES DISTILLERY
Open 7 Days a Week Year Round!
• FREE spirit tastings • see spirits distilled in the tasting room • fresh unique cocktails served at our bar - bring in your own food and relax w/ a cocktail • on-site bottle sales• gift store www.nldistillery.com
112 E. Philip St. (M-204) • Lk Leelanau, MI. . . .231-256-2700
SEE THE SPLENDOR OF
LEELANAU
Wine Praise
“Most of the state’s quality wine grapes grow within 25 miles of Lake Michigan. Its lake effect protects the vines with snow in winter, slows bud break in spring to avoid frost damage, and extends the growing season by up to four weeks.
Increasingly, critics praise the quality of Michigan’s diverse output. Among its Vitis vinifera plantings of European varieties, Cabernet Franc, Riesling, Merlot and Pinot Blanc offer balance and elegance, playing well with the
soils and climate. French-American hybrids like Cayuga, Seyval and Traminette, as well as resilient varieties like
Frontenac, appear in varietal wines and blends.”
— Wine Enthusiast, 2016
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