It wasn’t too long ago that “Brengman Brothers” was the answer to this question… who do you know who makes excellent wine that no one knows about? Those times are somewhat behind us now as we begin our fifth year of operating the tasting room. We learned that the commitment to fine wine requires patience and eventually all great places and dedicated people who want to make a difference in this historic trade will receive awareness and many dedicated fans.
Leelanau County League of Women Voters is sponsoring a Solar Tour Oct. 30. LWVLeelanau.org; 231-386-5680.
Amazing small plate menu paired with Brengman Bros wine featuring Chef Tina Greene with special guest David Furer doing the ‘pairing play by play’
October is our new start… prime season for oyster-eating is now as oysters respond to fall's colder temperatures by bulking up with glycogen, adding a scrumptious wave of sugars and fat.
This first harvest of Chardonnay is bound for the concrete egg. Second harvest is destined for the oak.
Wine Club Member and Professional Photographer has his photo of our vineyard and used on our 2013 Cab Franc ice wine label published in the Wine Enthusiast magazine’s October 2016 issue.
Brengman Bros. launched its ‘Piccolo Dito’ line of fortified wines at a cocktail competition held Friday, August 19 at its Leelanau Peninsula vineyard & winery.
Our Fine Wine Mission Statement
The Summer that wasn’t
At Brengman Brothers, we pay a whole lot of attention to the other established wine regions in North America such as Oregon, Washington State, New York and Virginia…