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Boskydel Vineyard

BoskydelAll of Boskydel wines are 100-percent estate-bottled. That means the grapes used to make the wine came from our “estate” or property. Some wineries would lead you to believe that you are drinking a local product, but if it doesn’t say Leelanau Peninsula or Old Mission Peninsula on the label, the grapes could have come from just about anywhere.

All Boskydel wines are French-American hybrids, grown to withstand the cold winters while producing a high-quality stock of vin ordinaires, which can be enjoyed at substantially lower prices than wines of “higher breeding.”

Our promise to you

We sell high-quality wines made from grapes grown on the premises. We use French-American hybrid vines, which are cold-hardy and able to ripen well. We offer our wines at affordable prices for everyday use.

Boskydel Vineyard
7501 E. Otto Road
Lake Leelanau, MI 49653
231-256-7272

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Boskydel Vineyard – Photos From Instagram

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