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Baia Estate Wines

Baia Estate produces Italian-style wines from a 70-acre property in the hills of central Leelanau County, Michigan. The North Matheson road estate enjoys sweeping views of Lake Michigan’s West Grand Traverse Bay and an ideal southeastern exposure. The vineyard is planted with Chardonnay, Riesling, Fruliano, Pinot Grigio, Pinot Blanc and Pinot Noir.

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  • #BaiaWine for miles and miles and miles @newbohemiancafe @northport_michigan #BaiaLife #Leelanau #M22 #Northport #UpNorth
  • It’s in the CAN 🍷🍷🍷 - Summer: Now available in can form!

Canned @baiawine rosé. A Northport exclusive at the Newb!

Available all summer long (...or until it runs out). #baialife #cannedrosé #kissfromarosé #mightylikearosé #roséallday
  • Going going going almost gone - Spending time at the farm is all about celebrating friendships- new and old. Setting the stage for camaraderie in a beautiful setting with delicious food and drink is what we do best. Come join us on July 12th for the only public cocktail party we have ever offered. Tickets on sale now, link in profile. If you’re lucky, you may even see all these foxes at the event. #micorazon #collaborateforacause #epicurecateringnorthernmichigan #michaelchetcutifoundation #eatlocal  @baiawine @arborbrewingco
  • Thank you 🙏🏽 @calebvochaska - Thanks to the wonderful souls behind @baiawine for the opportunity to hangout in northern Michigan and enjoy the @lelandwinefest this past weekend!
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  • Can not wait till next year and be sure to stop in our new tasting room @newbohemiancafe - On behalf of the Leland Michigan Chamber of Commerce, I would like to thank all the volunteers who shared their time to put on the 34th Annual Leland Wine and Food Festival.  I would especially like to recognize Leland Public School for partnering with us once again to help make this festival possible, by providing support as well as volunteers from the Leland Educational Foundation and the Class of 2020.  In addition, we thank many volunteers from our Leland community, the Leland Harbor, Leland Township Fire and Rescue and the Leelanau Christian Neighbors.  Perfect weather combined with wonderful volunteers made this festival a success. 
The Leland Wine and Food Festival is the primary source of funding for the Leland Chamber of Commerce.  The proceeds from this event are used for beautification projects such as bridge flowers and trees in town, the Fourth of July parade and fireworks, marketing for our business members, weekly event emails to the community, holiday lighting and much more.  In addition, the Chamber is able to make donations to local groups such as the Leland Educational Foundation, Leland Township, the Leland Township Public Library, the The Old Art Building and the Leelanau Christian Neighbors.  We extend our heartfelt thanks to everyone involved for helping us host a fantastic event!

Jennifer Collins - Leland Chamber of Commerce President
  • Come say hiiiiiieee 🍷🍷🍷🍷We can hardly believe our eyes, but the weather gods have decided to smile down upon the 34th annual Leland Wine & Food Festival this year, with forecasted temps in the 70s and sunny skies!! ☀️😎 Just a reminder, get your tickets now and save $10—this offer ends tomorrow (Friday) at 5pm! After that, tickets are available at the door. Click link in bio, or go to this link to order: http://www.lelandmi.com/events/wine-food-festival/

Also, don’t forget to enter our giveaway, see last nights post for details!