Welcome to Jomagrha
Vineyards and Winery
at Bass Lake, Pentwater, Michigan
We are four miles north of Pentwater, 11 miles south of Ludington.
just at the Oceana, Mason county line, off US 31.
7365 S. Pere Marquette Hwy. Pentwater, MI 49449
Take the Oceana Drive Exit north of Pentwater.
Give us a call at 231-869-4236.
Tasting room and retail hours:
Good Friday-May: Friday-Sunday, Noon to 6 p.m.
June-September: Daily, Noon to 6 p.m.
October-December: Thursday-Sunday, Noon to 5 p.m.
Jomagrha wine glasses - $5 each. The new stemless are going fast!
Nestled in the vineyards a mile from Lake Michigan, at the landmark white barns, Jomagrha tasting room is home to the hand-crafted wines of wine grower John Sanford and second generation assistant Harry Sanford.
You will taste wines from old-world French hybrid grape varieties, to new generation hybrids – American and French – as well as the traditional Bordeaux and Burgundy vinifera varieties.
Established in 1999, Jomagrha remains a small winery with steady and thoughtful growth.
In the tasting room you will visit with John and Harry, who tend the Jomagrha vineyards and make the wine from all locally grown grapes.
Current wine details
Wine Tasting Details
Tasting per person:
$1 per sample - 6 samples - $5
6 sample limit per taster
15% case discount
5% cash discount
Pinot Gris 2011 - $14.99
A dry white wine made with care from all locally grown grapes.
Lakeshore White 2012 - $17.00
Riesling, Gewurztraminer and Chardonnay complement each other in this dry, yet fruitful white.
Vidal Blanc 2011- $ 10.99
Sightly floral in aroma and somewhat neutral in flavors. This dry white pairs well with almost any food.
Vidal Blanc 2012 - $ 11.99
A wine thatŐs smooth and crisp with flavors of pineapple and passion fruit.
West Shore White 2011 - $11.99
Seibel 10868 and Aurore make up this semi-dry, smooth, light blend.
Old Lady White - $10.99
Three grapes grown and harvested in Central West MIchigan make a unique semi-dry white.
Cayras 2011 - $11.49
A semi-sweet made from the Cayuga grape and enriched with a touch of raspberry.
Three Sister Blush 2011 - $12.99
Vidal Blanc is combined with a touch of de Chaunac in this semi-sweet blush.
Cayuga White 2011- $12.99
Semi-sweet and light, great paired with cheese or all by itself.
Bison Red 2011 - $11.99
de Chaunac, Pinot Noir, and Chambourcin come together in this dry earthy red.
Gamay Noir 2012 - $13.99
A light bodied, dry red. Pleasantly fruity and ready at a young age.
Pinot Noir 2011 - $ 16.49
Silky, soft, and dry.
de Chaunac 2011 - $13.49
This French hybrid exemplifies the ability to produce a full-bodied, rich, dry, red wine in Michigan.
Claret 2012 - $ 18.75
Locally grown Cabernet Franc and Merlot give this dry red a cherry approach with an almond finish.
Old Man Red - $ 12.99
The French hybrids deChaunac and Chancellor take on a new delight in this semi-dry red.
Red Sky Night 2011 - $12.99
The semi-sweet side of the French hybrid de Chaunac.
Labrusca - $ 12.99
Concord and Niagara meet in this fruity, semi-sweet red.
We look forward to seeing you!
John and Harry