The Brengman Brothers Experience: Where Hospitality Meets Fine Wine
Michigan Radio creates a new cocktail using Piccolo Dito! Click the picture to hear Tammy Coxen make a Rhum Dandy Shim with Piccolo Dito Sweet Vermouth and get the recipe!
Robert joined two other Traverse Coast area winemakers at the 12th Annual Anderson Valley Alsace Varietals Festival. Here’s his report.
Nathaniel Rose takes a Double Gold, 3 Golds, 3 Silvers and a Bonze in the San Francisco Chronicle International Wine Competition, the largest in the world!
Mark this year as rare! It looks as if all the elements are coming together to produce truly memorable wines. Look for the release party next summer.
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.
2016 as a vintage is the best to date! All essential elements came together to create historic Cuvées. Ideal weather leveraged our perfect dirt and microclimate to produce exceptional grapes.
Michigan Fortified! We used our own and other Michigan grapes to expand 2015 into a new venture for our state: Piccolo Dito!
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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…
A late, cool year that had bud bread 1-2 weeks behind average, the summer featured moderate, cooler temperatures that forced us to deal with powdery mildew almost continually.
After a hectic beginning to the season, the 2012 vintage promises to be as exciting as the weather that created it.