Tanglewood Winery Celebrates Wine Tasting Room Grand Opening
Tanglewood Winery, a blueberry farm, and wine production facility in Holland, has just announced the Grand Opening of their Wine Tasting Room -- a brand new development for the family-owned winery. The tasting room, located at 15811 Riley St, Holland, MI, will open its doors on Saturday, July 17th at 12:00 p.m.
Opening to the public has been Tanglewood’s intention since its founding in 2016. They have spent years crafting and perfecting their techniques in the retail market with the hope of breathing new life into the fruit wine industry of Michigan.
“I always knew it had potential, but we are blown away and humbled by the support that we have received. After hearing what people had to say, it was only a matter of time before we had to open our doors to the public,” said Trevor Wassink, owner and head winemaker at Tanglewood.
The addition of a tasting room allows for the farm and winery to be open to the West Michigan community and visitors from all around the area in new and exciting ways. The tasting room’s indoor space can accommodate up to 30 people, with plenty of additional outdoor seating. The tasting room will be open Thursday and Friday from 3 to 8 PM and 12 to 9 PM on Saturdays. Visitors will have the opportunity to taste and purchase all of Tanglewood’s wines, including limited seasonal releases like the all-new Sweet Summer Sangria, which makes its debut on July 17.
Tanglewood Winery will also be open to the public for u-pick blueberries during tasting hours in the month of July. “We are excited for people to see where the fruit comes from, and to experience the farm that we love. With u-pick blueberries and blueberry wine, we can offer the full farm-to-table experience,” said Wassink.
About Tanglewood Winery
Tanglewood Winery is located in Holland Michigan not far from the lakeshore. The soil is rich, and perfect for growing some of the best blueberries in the world. Before the Wassink Family began making wine at Tanglewood, they operated the blueberry farm for three generations with just over 130 acres in production. They still farm that same land and pride themselves in only using the best Michigan fruit in their wines. Their fruit wines are well-loved, earning them multiple awards at the Indy International Wine Competition and the New York International Wine Competition.