For Group Reservations:
All Wine Club Members Receive
French Valley Vineyards
Summer -Fall Hours:
(June 1-October 31)
Monday-Thursday: 11 - 7 pm
Friday-Saturday: 11 - 8pm
Sunday: 12 - 7pm
When you join, you’re not just joining the French Valley Vineyard wine club, you’re joining our family. On top of enjoying French Valley Vineyard wines shipped to your doorstep each spring and fall, you’ll also receive exclusive discounts, special event invitations, free tastings and more when you sign up.
ur wines exemplify the terroir and climate of Michigan and her many lakes. This location was especially chosen for not only its beauty but for the soil quality, topography and for the mature cherry trees already producing our most popular local fruit.
The Leelanau Peninsula AVA (formed 1982) is a Nationally and Internationally recognized American Viticultural Area. Leelanau Peninsula sits perfectly between Lake Michigan on the west and Grand Traverse Bay on the east. These surrounding waters help to stabilize the climate of the region, which is typically too cold for viticulture. With 145 calendar days per year, the climate is adequate for grape growing. The glacial deposits of clay, sand, and loam on top of bedrock of granite and limestone make the soil in Leelanau Peninsula not only complex but ideal for the varieties of grapes grown here like Chardonnay, Pinot Grigio, Riesling, Pinot Noir, Cabernet Franc and Merlot, just to name a few.
Each wine is estate produced, showcasing both the unique terroir of Leelanau as well as our winemakers dedication to crafting exceptional wines.
Please Join Us
...at our new waterfront tasting room located at the Vineyard Inn, just north of Suttons Bay. We feature award-winning wines by taste or by glass to be enjoyed on site in our charming tasting room or on our sprawling beach-front lawn. Enjoy a farm fresh wood-fired pizza or locally sourced small plate to be paired with our wines and unbeatable views!
Winter in Wine Country
(November 1 -May 31)
Monday-Wednesday: By Appointment