Michigan's Leelanau Peninsula American Viticultural Area (AVA), established in 1982, is comprised of a peninsula between Lake Michigan on the west and Grand Traverse Bay on the east. The lake effect caused by the surrounding water helps moderate the climate making it suitable for viticulture.

Scroll down for a comprehensive list of Leelanau Peninsula wineries and click "map view" to access the advanced winery search. Whether you would like to visit a winery that provides beautiful vineyard lodging, has food available to complement its wines, or hosts vineyard weddings, we make it easy to find the best Leelanau Peninsula wine tasting and touring destinations.


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Leelanau Peninsula Wineries - Highest Visitor Ratings

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Leelanau Peninsula Wineries - Highest Wine Critic Ratings


1.   Black Star Farms  
3.5
2.   French Valley Vineyards  
3.5
3.   Gill's Pier Vineyard & Winery  
3.5
4.   Laurentide Winery  
3.5
5.   Bel Lago  
3.0
6.   Blustone Vineyards  
3.0
7.   Boathouse Vineyards  
3.0
8.   Brengman Brothers Winery  
3.0
9.   Chateau Fontaine  
3.0
10.   Circa Estate Winery  
3.0

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All Leelanau Peninsula Wineries (28) [map view]


Aurora Cellars

Bel Lago

Big Little Wines

Black Star Farms

Blustone Vineyards

Boathouse Vineyards

Boskydel Vineyard

Brengman Brothers Winery

Chateau de Leelanau Vineyard & Winery

Chateau Fontaine

Cherry Republic Winery

Ciccone Vineyard & Winery

Forty-Five North

French Valley Vineyards

Good Harbor Vineyards

Green Bird Cellars & Organic Farms

L. Mawby Vineyards-Winery

Laurentide Winery

Leelanau Cellars

Longview Winery

Raftshol Vineyards

Rove Estate

Shady Lane Cellars

Silver Leaf Vineyard & Winery

Skipping Stone Cellars

Three Fires Wine

Verterra Winery

Willow Vineyards