As autumn arrives in NW Michigan we hope for the usual warm days and cool nights to ripen the grapes to perfection. We never know just what Mother Nature has in store, and that’s the exciting part. By the end of September the palette changes to all shades of gold, red and ocher, the leaf peepers arrive to take in our glorious landscape, and the grape harvest begins.
October is our busiest month at Black Star Farms. Wine making is in full swing with long hours for our winery teams. The Inn is full of guests lucky enough to have booked their color tour early. All three tasting rooms are teeming with folks stocking up for the long winter ahead. Hearth & Vine is open for the last month of their season, still serving up delicious farm-raised fare. And it’s harvest time for our farm animals, too, who have provided such enjoyment for our visitors all summer. This is the cycle of life at the Farm.
Come November things quiet down, but we’re still here, year ‘round, and hoping that you’ll make a visit during one of the “off” times when we have more time to spend.
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