Dry Wines


Dry Sparkling Brut

Blanc de Blanc (Dry) – $32  Coming Soon! 

Pale straw hue, and dry to taste, this Chardonnay based Brut is fresh with a subtle pome fruit aroma and stone fruit flavors, with mineral tones and a balanced, lingering finish.

Dry Whites

2016 Chardonnay (0) – $15 New Release! 

Lemon blossom aromas are driven by a mouthwatering abundance of citrus flavors. Crisp and clean on the palate, this stainless steel, food friendly wine will pair with even the most decadent dishes.        

Silver – Michigan State Wine Competition 2017
2016 Chardonnay Reserve (0) – $17

Buttery, creamy and lush, with light oak nuances and subtle lime aromas. Lemony acidity is balanced on the palate by soft apple and pear flavors. Medium bodied and perfect anytime. 

2016 Sauvignon Blanc  (0) – $20

Clean and fresh on the nose, this full bodied bottling is impressive: honeydew melon and peach flavors are carried by mouthwatering waves of key lime and lemon zest nuances into a classic finish.

Silver – Michigan State Wine Competition 2017
2016 Pinot Blanc (0) – $15

Delicately fruity and fresh aromas offer flavors of crisp apricot and pear. Enjoy with appetizers, salads, quiche or soft cheese—and good friends and hearty conversation.

Bronze – Michigan State Wine Competition 2017
2016 Gewurztraminer (0.2) – $17

An elegant spicy aroma opens this full bodied dry wine. With notes of rose petals, fresh acidity delivers subtle fruit flavors of apricot and pear that linger and then transition to a mineral finish.

2016 Riesling (0.2) – $19

Violet aromas set the tone for this aromatic Riesling. Undertones of fig and pome fruit give way to crisp lemon drop on the palate, with vibrant acidity and subtle minerality.

Silver – Michigan State Wine Competition 2017
2016 Pinot Grigio (0.3) – $16

This Pinot Grigio has a light apple aroma and palate cleansing acidity that delivers green apple, melon and citrus flavors to a fresh lingering finish.

Silver – Michigan State Wine Competition
Silver – Indy International Wine Competition
2014 Riesling (0.4) – $13

Light floral aromas accent fresh crisp notes on this dry Riesling. A bright Honey-Crisp apple flavor explodes on the palate, finishing with a subtle lime-tone acidity.

Silver – Finger Lakes International
Silver – Taster’s Guild International Wine Competition
Silver – Great Lakes Wine Competition
Bronze – Michigan State Wine Competition
Bronze – Michigan State Wine Competition 2017
2016 Seyval Blanc (0.4) – $10

This crisp, lightly oaked dry white wine has citrus aromas upfront, and a soft, long-lasting finish.

Dry Rosé

Compass Rosé (0.3) – $14

Crushed strawberry aromas, with raspberry and currant flavors and a refreshingly dry finish. The lush fruit flavors of this dry Rosé make it perfect to savor on a warm summer day.

Silver – International Eastern
 Silver – Taster’s Guild International
 Silver – Indy International 2016
 Silver – Indy International 2017
Silver – Michigan State Wine Competition 2017
Bronze – Michigan State Wine Competition 2016

Dry Reds

2013 Pinot Noir (0) – $19

This silky smooth Pinot Noir combines aromas of currant and cherry ripe red fruit flavors. A kiss of oak and vanilla blend with soft rounded tannins to deliver a clean classic Pinot finish.

Silver – Tasters Guild
Silver – Finger Lakes International
  Bronze – International Eastern
Bronze – Michigan State Wine Competition 2017
Bronze – Great Lakes Wine Competition
Bronze – Indy International Wine Competition
2013 Merlot (0) $19

Medium bodied and full flavored, this Merlot delivers just the right amount of oak wrapped in balanced tannins. Ripe fruit flavors with notes of blackberry and cherry linger nicely on the
finish.

Silver – Michigan State Wine Competition 2016
Silver – Michigan State Wine Competition 2017
Bronze – Great Lakes Wine Competition
 Bronze – Taster’s Guild International
 Bronze – International Eastern 2017
2013 Merlot Reserve (0) – $24

The lush, concentrated fruit flavors of this 100% Merlot are enhanced by subtle barrel toast aromas. The wine’s richness and soft tannins linger on an extended finish.

 Double Gold – International Eastern 2017
 Silver – Critics Challenge
Silver – International Eastern
Silver – Finger Lakes International
Silver – Taster’s Guild International
Silver – Indy International Wine Competition
Silver – Michigan State Wine Competition
Silver – Michigan State Wine Competition 2017
Bronze – San Francisco International
2013 Malbec (0) – $23

All varietal, this wine delivers with aromas and flavors of plum and other dark fruit, offering an enjoyable sense of balance, length and texture.

 Gold – Critics Challenge International
 Silver – International Eastern
Silver – Taster’s Guild International
Silver – Michigan State Wine Competition
Silver – Great Lakes Wine Competition
Silver – Finger Lakes International Wine Competition
Bronze – San Francisco International
Bronze – Indy International Wine Competition
2013 Cabernet Sauvignon (0) – $22

This food friendly Cab has a subtle oak, red fruit aroma and cherry flavors with fine-grained tannins on the palate. Medium to full bodied, this wine’s texture lingers on the finish.

Gold – Great Lakes Wine Competition
Bronze – Finger Lakes International Wine Competition
Bronze – Finger Lakes International Wine Competition 2017
Bronze – Michigan State Wine Competition 2017
2014 Cabernet Sauvignon (0) – $18

The only variety from the Red Vinifera family to survive the 2014 winter Polar Vortex. There’s a reason Cab is King!

Silver – Michigan State Wine Competition 2017
2015 Cabernet Sauvignon Barrel Select (0) – $23

Aromas of rich black cherry and French Oak vanilla are framed and balanced by firm tannins with good acidity. A lingering finish reveals more fruit and oak details. Complex and delicious.

Gold – Michigan State Wine Competition 2017
2015 Meritage (0) – $24

47% Cabernet Sauvignon, 15% Merlot and 38% Cabernet Franc. Long lasting flavors of integrated red fruit and fine tannins are all nicely wrapped in a roasted oak finish.

2015 Cabernet Franc (0) – $21

Big, red, ripe cherry aromas combine with dark fruit flavors with layered threads of vanilla. The balance of fruit, acid, and structured tannins delivers a long soft-oak driven finish.

Silver – Michigan State Wine Competition 2017
Silver – Indy International Wine Competition

Semi-Dry Wines


SemiDry Whites

2015 Riesling (1.2) – $18

Aromas of Honey-Crisp apple and pear are concentrated on the palate. Stone fruit sweetened flavors are sustained by the fresh acidity of this semi-dry Riesling to a lush and lingering finish.

Silver – Indy International Wine Competition
Silver – Finger Lakes International Wine Competition
Silver – Michigan State Wine Competition 2017
Bronze – International Eastern 2017
2016 Kerner (1.5) – $16  

This semi-dry Kerner, a cross of Trollinger (red varietal) and Riesling (white varietal), is unique to Lemon Creek. Hints of spice and a slightly Muscat boquet intensify on the palate. Balanced acidity and fruit deliver a thirst quenching finish.

Gold – Michigan State Wine Competition 2017
Grands Lacs Blanc (1.8) – $10

This semi-dry Vignoles is lusciously fruity with citrus flavors and a seductively smooth finish.

Gold – Indy International
Silver – International Eastern
Silver – Michigan State

SemiDry Reds

Pheasant Run Red (0.75) – $10 Best in Class Winner!

This perfect table wine offers a lush bed berry aroma with dark cherry and plum flavors and a subtle hint of clove. Fit for any occasion — just add friends!

Best in Class – Michigan State Wine Competition 2017
Gold – Michigan State Wine Competition 2017
 Silver – Indy International
 Silver – Tasters Guild International
Grands Lacs Rouge (Great Lakes Red) (1.5) – $10

Rich butterscotch aromas, wild berry flavors with a hint of vanilla, and a warm savory finish.

Gold – Indy International
Silver – Michigan State

Semi-Sweet Wines


Semi-Sweet Whites

2016 Riesling (2.5) – $15 

Light floral aromas accent fresh green notes on this Semi-sweet Riesling. Honey, spice and peach flavors on the palate are accompanied by a soft, lingering finish.

Silver – Michigan State Wine Competition 2017
Lighthouse White (3.5) – $9

Excellent table wine — smooth, pear and honey flavors, and a soft finish. Goes well with chicken, fish, or fun!

Bronze – Michigan State Wine Competition 2017
Silver Beach Sauterne (4.5) – $10

Perfectly sweet with a ripe pineapple nose, honey and peach flavors, and notes of dried fruit with a hint of spice.

Double Gold – Michigan State Wine Competition 2017
Silver – International Eastern Wine Competition

Semi-Sweet Reds

Lighthouse Red (3.5) – $10 

This is a medium-bodied red wine with a slightly sweet berry flavor, similar to an Italian Sangria.

Silver – Michigan State Wine Competition
Ruby Rosé (4.5) – $9

Sweet, rich, deep-colored wine with luscious grape and raspberry flavors. Serve chilled before, during, or after dinner.

Silver medal – Michigan State Wine Competition

Sparkling & Dessert


Sparkling Wines

Raspberry Spumante (semi-sweet) – $16  

A sweet sparkling wine with sweet, juicy raspberry flavor, and fruity aromas. A delightful and refreshing sophisticated drink!

Peach Spumante (sweet) – $15

A sweet sparkling wine with ripe, juicy peach flavor, and fruity aromas. Perfect for Sunday brunch and girls night out.

Specialty Dessert Wine

2016 Northern Lights – Late Harvest Vignoles (5.5) – $18

Strikingly sweet, indulgent, late-harvest Vignoles, with intense flavors of honeyed citrus and green apple and a rich finish.

Gold -Michigan State Wine Competition 2017
Cherry Wine (9.5) – $12

Spicy cinnamon aromas, with mouthfuls of luscious sweet cherry and a soft undertone of spice, with a sweet, rich finish.

Silver – Michigan State
Silver – Tasters Guild International

Ice Wines

2013 Snow Moon (22) $40 New Bottle Size!

Nectar-like aromas with pear and honey flavors and a sweet, lingering finish.

New Bottle Size: 500 ml (1/3rd size larger than previous!)

Silver – Michigan State Wine Competition 2017
2013 Moon Shadow (21) $80 Sold Out

Strawberry jam and fig aromas with black raspberry, strawberry, and tart cherry flavors. Moon Shadow was the first Cabernet Sauvignon Ice Wine produced in the United States.

Silver – Indy International
Bronze – Michigan State