Bel Lago Vineyards and Winery – Photos From Instagram
Here are the latest photos of the Bel Lago Winery via instagram. If you have an instagram photo to share of your visit to Bel Lago Winery, choose “Bel Lago Winery” as your location and your photos will appear in the photo stream below.
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Our goal has always been to produce the finest wines possible. We strive to make wines that express the unique soil and climate in which they grow, the personal attention they are given in vineyard and wine cellar, and the winegrower’s esthetic. Our wines are living things, raised with care, giving voice to our joie de vivre.
We have produced estate grown and bottled Leelanau Peninsula wines since our first crush in the fall of 1978. Now we make principally methode champenoise and cuve close method sparkling wines. Most wines are from our estate vineyards; however, we are producing some wines from grapes purchased from other vineyards. Our current annual production is less than 4000 cases: this modest volume allows us the pleasure of winemaking in the style we enjoy – barrel fermented small lots made with minimal handling.
All of our 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. Our 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.
4519 S Elm Valley Rd
Suttons Bay, MI 49682
Effective Dec. 24, 2017, we will cease winery and tasting room operations.
After 42 years, we feel that we have fulfilled our original purpose and it’s time to pursue other interests. The vineyard operations will continue and leasing options are available for anyone interested. For information on leasing, call Andy at 231-620-4077.
7501 E. Otto Road
Lake Leelanau, MI 49653
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Just as every glass holds a story, so does every dream. Creighton Gallagher fell in love with the Traverse City area wine industry in 2007 when he worked at Old Mission Peninsula’s, Brys Estate, with his good friend Coenraad Stassen. Although he was a recent college graduate of Grand Valley State University in Accounting, he could not shake the feeling of discontent working in a cubicle, trying to fit into corporate America.
As a fifth generation farmer, he could not picture himself in any industry besides agriculture. When he met McKenzie, the two often dreamt of owning a winery. In fact, it was McKenzie’s thesis for her MBA. Their first date was at a wine tasting dinner at the Boat House Restaurant hosted by Brys Estate. Inspired by the experience, they began exploring Traverse City and Leelanau County wineries and gained a strong sense of what their winery would be if they ever had an opportunity to start their own.
Then in 2010, they had a chance to purchase a part of the family farm from Creighton’s father, John Gallagher. The stars must have aligned because at the time of the purchase, a 15 acre block of cherry trees needed to be replaced, which opened up an ideal opportunity to replace the trees with 15 acres of grapes. Living on love and lots of hard work, the Gallaghers put their plans in motion to open a tasting room in the Spring of 2016. In addition to their cherry farm and vineyard, the couple have four beautiful children, and are often surrounded by them at their farm.
Rove Estate tasting room offers a perspective of the Leelanau countryside that has rarely been seen. Perched at 1100 feet, the elevation creates the area’s perfect vineyard—southern-exposed slopes, abundant sunlight and cool-air drainage offering protection from the frost—perfect conditions for premium estate grown grapes.
7007 East Traverse Highway
Traverse City, MI 49684
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Happy Labor Day weekend, friends! Sunshine, estate wine, and vista views is JUST the way we want to celebrate the last weekend of summer! 🥰🌞🥂
HOUSE KEEPING: Please remember to bring your mask, and wear it (unless seated, or wine tasting). We expect to be busy this weekend, so please do not "table hop", and give us time to sanitize between groups. No combining tables. Thank you in advance for your patience! Wine tastings require a reservation, so call 231.421.7001 to save your spot at the bar!
BACK TO SCHOOL? Or not... We are HERE for you! Not sure where the time has gone, but we're celebrating the end of summer this weekend! Our annual back-to-school tote sale will be going on Friday through Monday. You can choose your favorite 6 wines and get our case discount (15% off). 🙌
🍷🍷🍷 B O N U S 🍷🍷🍷 THIS WEEKEND ONLY, if you join Rove Nation wine club, you will get an additional 5% off your first purchase. We have three awesome club levels (one for every budget), so if you've been thinking about joining, now is a great time! We have some incredible wines that we will be releasing this fall to our members first. It ALWAYS pays to be in the club. Especially as we head into the cooler months, $10 anytime shipping is very handy for restocking and gift giving (we ship to 33 states). For more Rove Nation info, click here buff.ly/34d1Kvw
Current members also get an extra 5% discount with any 6 bottle purchase Friday-Monday! 🍷🙌 ... See MoreSee Less
When our family stepped into the world of grape growing and winemaking, we focused on one thing above all else – staying ‘true to the land.’ We are proud to offer our estate grown, hand crafted, family made red wine, white wine, fruit wines and hard apple based ciders which we feel embody the essence of the Leelanau Peninsula.
While our offerings may change from year to year based on the growing season and the avaiability of superlative fruit, our philosophy will not. Our favorite wines from Alsace, Mosel, Burgundy, Bordeaux and Napa will serve as a guide, however Verterra reflects as clearly as possible our native Leelanau County roots.
Our tasting room is located in the heart of Leland across from the Bluebird Restaurant in a historic building with a rich history. For 2013, we are pleased to be offering 16 wines and an assortment of different hard ciders on tap.
We offer two different tasting options of either 3-1oz pours or 5-1oz pours for $3 and $5 respectively. If you decide to purchase wine, we will deduct one tasting fee from the purchase of two or more bottles of wine.
We also offer our wines and cider for sale by the glass or pint. We look forward to your visit.
103 E. River Street
Leland, MI 49654