Boskydel
Bosky: Having trees or shrubs; slang for tipsy
                                             


Our Wines

All of Boskydel wines are 100-percent estate-bottled. That means the grapes used to make the wine came from our "estate" or property. Some wineries would lead you to believe that you are drinking a local product, but if it doesn't say Leelanau Peninsula or Old Mission Peninsula on the label, the grapes could have come from just about anywhere.


Save by the case

 

 

Save 30 percent if you buy by the case. You
can mix and match. Twelve bottles per case.

 

Also, save 20 percent when you buy six bottles or more! 


The Wine List

VIGNOLES 2014

(Vee-nyole)....Formerly Ravat 51, this French Hybrid has some Chardonnay in its parentage, as evidenced by the small, tight bunches. Grassy and citrusy, just like a Sauvignon Blanc.
Bottle price:
 $12.75


SOLEIL BLANC 2013

(So-lay).... From the French for "white sun," Soleil Blanc is our premium white blend, reminiscent of a good Loire Valley varietal. Dry with a touch of oak, this wine has grapefruit, pear and butter notes.

Bottle price: $11.95


VIN BLANC 2015

(Vin blahnk)....Our popular white blend has returned! Light and refreshing, smells like apple pie.
Bottle price:
 $10.95


DE CHAUNAC 2013

(Duh-show-nahk)....This dry red has been called the best of its kind in the country by the Baxevanis American Wine Review. butterscotch and boysenberry notes. Bottle price: $11.95


ROI DES ROUGES 2014

(Rah-duh-rouge)....This "King of the Reds" has a complex cherry and pepper nose and a medium finish.
Bottle price:
 $10.95


ROSE DE CHAUNAC 2012

(Row-zay duh-show-nahk)....Once called "Better Than Adultery" by one of our patrons, this semi-sweet rose' is made from the deChaunac grape. Robust and raisiny, with hints of cherry. 
Bottle price: $9.65


ROSE DU CRU 2013

(Row-zay dew crew)....This rose' "of the country" has taken on more jewel tones thanks to the Frontenac grape. A semi-dry rose' with great cellar potential. Strawberry nose and finish.
Bottle price:
 $8.75

 

Coming attractions: We're planting a Traminette hybrid soon that should have many characteristics in common with the spicy German favorite, Gewurtztraminer.


Boskydel is open

1-5 p.m. daily,     
7 days  a week.

 

phone: 231-256-7272

email: jim@boskydel.com