Big Little Wines

About

Big white wines. Little Leelanau Peninsula. Big brother. Little brother. Big passion. Little ego. Our goal is to make full-bodied, hand crafted wines that are expressions of both ourselves and our parents’ ten-acre vineyard in Lake Leelanau, Michigan.

Location Description

Located in the heart of Suttons Bay, Michigan.

Features

  • Small, select batches, made with love

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History

In 2003, our parents planted two acres of Pinot Gris and Pinot Noir vines on an old cherry farm in the Leelanau Peninsula. We had been visiting the area for years: spring, summer, fall, and winter. We would spend time with our grandparents and marvel in the beauty of this area. Now we had new purpose, a plot of land and two thousand vines with which to craft wines we loved and could relate to.

Over the following seven years, the land’s magnetism drew us from other careers to this place with this common goal in mind. By 2010, we were both living and working here. Our first vintage together brought good weather and great fruit. Learning winemaking through hands-on, heads-down hard work, and help from this area’s respected winemakers, we produced a pair of unique wines that express the fruit and our style in a way we hope you enjoy.

Big and Little brother, making Big wines from this Little Peninsula.

With 2011 and 2012 producing more quality fruit, we expanded our offerings to include other big white wines. The goal remaining the same; to produce unique bold white wines, that reflect who we are, and the land on which they were grown.

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Hours

Thur -Sat: 12:00 – 6:00 pm Sun: 12:00 – 5:00 pm

Address

4519 S. Elm Valley Road
Suttons Bay, Michigan 49682
United States

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