CURRENTLY CLOSED FOR THE SEASON
Re-Opening May 18th 2022!
Summer Hours (May to September 4):
Fall Hours (September 8-October 30)
Late Fall Hours (November 1- December 18)
Friday and Saturday 1-7pm
Retail Sales only, No Tastings, Food, or Glasses.
The Winery @ Young Farms
8396 70th Avenue
Mecosta, MI 49332
Wine Wednesdays: $5 glasses all day
Words & Wine Book Club
(done for the season-will be back May 2022)
Live Music Thursdays and Fridays 5:30 pm-7:00 pm
(May to September weather permitting)
Sangria or Mulled Wine Saturday!
See our calendar button at the top for more info.
All wines and ciders are available for purchase, and we will fill growlers from other places as well!
Proper cleaning and disinfecting will be done regularly and between all guests.
If you are displaying signs of illness or have potentially been exposed to COVID-19, please respect the safety of our employees and other patrons and stay home.
The Winery @ Young Farms is a family friendly venue, but also a working farm.
*If you bring children to the winery, they MUST be in your line of site at all times.*
There are many nooks and crannies in which children can get into if they are not being watched. Signs are posted where patrons are and are not allowed. Please observe these signs and watch your children at all times.
Fr. Tom's Red
A variety of small plates are available for purchase to enjoy.. Menu includes an array of local cheese to chocolates to compliment your experience.
Since 2003, Mark and Abby Young have worked to develop their property in Morton Township from vacant field, into what is now the first winery in the township. Mark proposed to Abby in 2004 where their house now stands, together they began a tree farm and wreath business, added their children Archer and Evelyn to the mix, added a blueberry farm and now the latest venture...The Winery @ Young Farms. The winery and tasting room resides in a 50+ year old barn, among the manicured 78 acre farm and grape vineyard in the heart of Morton Township. The property that is presently Young Farms has been a working farm since the 1890s.