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Leelanau Wineries and Vineyards

Wines and Wineries in Leelanau County
The Leelanau Peninsula wine appellation is centered in a world-renowned, fruit-growing region which offers the greatest concentration of wineries in Michigan.

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L. Mawby
“All L. Mawby sparkling wines are made using the methode champenoise, and are aged in the bottle before disgorging, with many cuvees being given 3 or more years of tirage aging. The M. Lawrence sparkling wines are produced in the cuve close method, are given less aging, and are less costly than the method champenoise sparkling wines.”

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All L. Mawby sparkling wines are made using the methode champenoise, and are aged in the bottle before disgorging, with many cuvees being given 3 or more years of tirage aging. The M. Lawrence sparkling wines are produced in the cuve close method, are given less aging, and are less costly than the method champenoise sparkling wines.

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Over 90 acres of vineyards in Leelanau County are patiently manicured to produce over 30 varieties of wines available through retail stores throughout the Great Lakes region, by mail-order and in the winery’s waterfront tasting room on the shores of the Grand Traverse Bay in quaint and picturesque Omena, Michigan, on M-22, 20 miles north of Traverse City.

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At Longview Winery the estate-grown wines are the signature of our boutique style winery. Our wines are available for complementary tasting at our tasting room, which is located next door to the Cedar Rustic Inn, just north of the village of Cedar.

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Shady Lane Cellars is located on a historic 150-acre farm between Traverse City and Suttons Bay on the Leelanau Peninsula.

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Located just north and west of Suttons Bay, the 30 acre estate is nestled among cherry and apple orchards where the vineyard is planted in rich loamy soil with a gentle slope on high ground.

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A unique stop on the Leelanau wine trail, Tandem Ciders specializes in artisanal hard ciders.

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Verterra Winery’s goals are simple. Begin with high, sloped property and the right soil types. Then, plant the varietals, clones and rootstocks that have proven to produce great Michigan Wines.

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Willow Vineyard began by planting Chardonnay, followed by Pinot Noir and Pinot Gris. Our gate is open for you to experience the breathtaking views of West Bay.