Hello friends big and LITTLE! Winter has come and gone here in Northern Michigan… and it was a weird one. A fun mix of snow, rain, sun, wind, cold, warm, and so on. The vines are doing well, still dormant, and recovering from 2014 and 2015 cold damage. We are hopeful for a full, healthy crop in… read the rest here
This post is from 2016: Join us for our series of 3 Sunday evening shows at the winery. We will have outdoor seating, wines by the glass, and a food truck on site. Bring the fam and enjoy the vineyard views and sounds of great local talent!
A new face at the tasting room Meet Karren Deibler, our new tasting room manager and a recent transplant from Kansas City. Karren has been pouring wine in restaurants and Trader Joe’s for years and is excited to bring her experience to bigLITTLE. Come say hi! Recess – Silver Medal 2016 Great Lakes International… read the rest here
biglittle harvest poster 2 Click here to find out more about our collaborative dinner with the folks from Harvest TC and Loma Farm. https://shop.lmawby.com/biglittlelomaharvest-wine-dinner-p110.aspx
Happy New Year! Is it too late to offer up such a greeting? Either way, bigLITTLE sends its greetings for 2014. We are absolutely buried in snow up here in Northern Michigan. We’ve been taking arctic air beat-downs with high winds and plenty of snow. The vines are pretty much covered in the white stuff,… read the rest here
2012 Harvest for bigLITTLE Wines is in the books. Late summer drought stressed some of our younger Riesling vines to the point where we were forced to pick slightly early. We picked for our bottle fermented bubbly in mid-September, Treehouse and Crayfish in late September, Mixtape and Tire Swing in early October. Some of the… read the rest here
Harvest 2011 is in the books for bigLITTLE Wines. Here’s a look at our growing season in summary. Early June rains and healthy bloom paved the way for Jack In the Beanstalk style vigor, growth and ripening through a hot July. August was not super sweltering, but consistent sunshine and cooler nights led to great… read the rest here