Vineyard - Block B - Pinot Noir

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Block B - Pinot Noir

Block B runs along the same grade as Block A. It is among the highest blocks on our farm and has a unique wind blocking feature of multiple tree lines. This is important because Block B resides along a sharp falling ravine toward the west. The tree line shelters our Pinot Noir from the strong and sometimes harsh winds coming out of the west.ock B short description goes here.

Other Blocks

Block A - Pinot Gris

Block A is the main stay of our award winning Pinot Gris program. ... More
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Block C - Pinot Gris

Block C is the oldest and smallest block on our farm. It is Pinot Gris, but of a different origin than Block A. ... More
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Block D - Chardonnay

Block D is our Chardonnay block planted in 2007. Chardonnay is the most cultivated grape vine on the planet for a reason. ... More
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Block E - Sauvignon Blanc

Block E is our original block of Sauvignon Blank. It produces an incredible expression of Leelanau terroir and wines that are literally fought over by our customers. ... More
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Block F - Riesling

Block F is our Riesling. It resides on the steepest west facing grade on the farm. ... More
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Block G - Sauvignon Blanc

Block G is our 2nd planting of Sauvignon Blanc. It is different than block E in several ways, but we love what comes out of it. ... More
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Block H - Babies

Block H is our youngest block and has a unique set of varietals. It is consistent with the varieties allowed in new world Meritage (TM). ... More
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