Rudbeckia Farm and Winery

Established in

  • Picnic Area
  • Private Tours
  • Vineyard
  • Wheel Chair Accessible
  • Dogs Allowed
  • Tasting Fee
  • Weddings
  • Light Fare
3379 Lake Grove Rd, Petoskey, MI 49770
(231) 622-4173

Monday 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Tuesday 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Wednesday 12:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Thursday 12:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Friday 12:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Saturday 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM
Sunday 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM

http://www.rudbeckiafarm.com
Located just minutes from Bay Harbor, Rudbeckia Farm, Winery and Brewery is situated on the
190 acre former Foltz Dairy farm. Our focus is on providing a memorable “Up North” experience
for the entire family.
Rudbeckia Winery and Burnt Marshmallow Brewing are co-located in our shared tasting/tap
room. Wine and beer purchased onsite can be taken out onto the property so guests can
explore over 150 acres of the farm open to the public during operating hours, take a hike to the
top of the hill to see breathtaking views of Walloon Lake and Lake Michigan, compete in a game
of Bocce on our regulation court, enjoy a game of corn hole, ring toss or fly a kite in our acres of
open fields.
Complimentary marshmallows, popsicles, fruit snacks and frozen grapes are available for kids
along with Rudbeckia Farm coloring pages and crayons. Cards and board games are available
for guest to enjoy and linger over a glass of wine or beer. Dog treats and water bowls are set
out for visiting pups.
We are opened year-round. In the Fall and Winter guest can stay warm and make S’mores at our
fire pit and gaze at the seasonal constellations and the Milky Way and the thousands of bright
stars in the sky. Maybe you will lucky enough to see the Northern Lights? We allow sledding,
cross country skiing and snowshoeing, photography and stargazing on the property during
regular hours and off hours by appointment.
Our tasting room staff has over 25 years of international knowledge and experience in wine and
beer including certifications from the French Wine Society and San Francisco Wine School. We
offer a unique wine tasting experience that is fun and educational. We pour fresh wine
everyday either by newly opened bottles or by using the Coravin preservation system that
allows us to pour wine through the cork without ever opening the bottle. We standardize on
Riedel Crystal tasting glassware for both wine and beer. These glasses are designed to enhance
the aromatics of the beer and wine thereby maximizing the flavors. We offer generous pours to
ensure you have enough wine, cider or beer in the glass to “see, swirl, sniff and savor”.
Rudbeckia Farms is responsible for everything that is grown on the property – 3400 grapevines
in the vineyard, 10 acres of sunflowers in the field, 5 acres of pumpkins, 10 acres of wheat for
our brews plus 140 acres of Hay and Alfalfa. Next year we will plant hops, potatoes and
heirloom grains to support the brewery and the Distillery that is scheduled to open in mid-
2017.
Rudbeckia Farm/Winery and Burnt Marshmallow Brewing are co-located in our shared
tasting/tap room. Wine and beer purchased onsite can be taken out onto the property so guests
can explore over 150 acres of the farm open to the public during operating hours, take a hike to
the top of the hill to see breathtaking views of Walloon Lake and Lake Michigan, compete in a
game of Bocce on our regulation court, enjoy a game of corn hole, ring toss or fly a kite in our
acres of open fields.
Complimentary marshmallows, popsicles, fruit snacks and frozen grapes are available for kids
along with Rudbeckia Farm coloring pages and crayons. Cards and board games are available
for guest to enjoy and linger over a glass of wine or beer. Dog treats and water bowls are set
out for visiting pups.
We are opened year-round. In the Fall and Winter guest can stay warm and make S’mores at our
fire pit and gaze at the seasonal constellations and the Milky Way and the thousands of bright
stars in the sky. Maybe you will lucky enough to see the Northern Lights? We allow sledding,
cross country skiing and snowshoeing, photography and stargazing on the property during
regular hours and off hours by appointment.
Rudbeckia Farms is responsible for everything that is grown on the property – 3400 grapevines
in the vineyard, 10 acres of sunflowers in the field, 5 acres of pumpkins, 10 acres of wheat for
our brews plus 140 acres of Hay and Alfalfa. Next year we will plant hops, potatoes and
heirloom grains to support the brewery and the Distillery that is scheduled to open in mid-
2017.