The Estate
10062 Burgoyne Road
Berrien Springs, MI 49103
(269) 471-1737
Tasting Room
9185 Union Pier Rd.
Union Pier, MI 49129
(269) 469-6885
Uncork and unwind at Free Run Cellars. Here, indulgence meets dedication as guests delight in rare, small-batch wines paired with culinary masterpieces in an atmosphere devoted to relaxation and personal attention.
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Round Barn Estate
10983 Hills Road
Baroda, MI 49101
(269) 422-1617 Toll Free 800-716-9463
Public House
9151 First Street
Baroda, MI 49101
(269) 326-7059
Filling Station
3401 Friday Road
Coloma, MI 49038
(269) 932-0120
Tasting Room
9185 Union Pier Rd.
Union Pier, MI 49129
(269) 469-6885
Our Round Barn Estate, Public House, Filling Station, and Tasting Room offer all the ways to appease your thirst including craft beer, wine, and cocktails complemented by locally inspired food. Sit among acres of vineyards and surrender to the good times.
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Tabor Hill Winery & Restaurant
185 Mount Tabor Road
Buchanan, MI 49107
(269) 422-1161 Toll Free: 800-283-3363
Tasting Room
10243 Red Arrow Highway
Bridgman, MI 49106
(269) 465-6566 Toll Free: 800-283-3363
Tabor Hill offers an unforgettable escape all year long. Relax with a glass of wine while listening to live acoustic music on our beautiful outdoor patio in the summer, or cozy up to the warmth and comfort of our modern dining space. Both offer breathtaking views and the fresh and locally sourced flavors of our tempting menu.
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| Sustainability


Our commitment to a better future.

As a family-owned-and-operated second-generation business, the future is important to us on so many levels. Being kind to our Earth is an essential part of how we operate, and a responsibility we take seriously. We are committed to reducing our footprint and making conscious and thoughtful decisions to follow sustainable practices throughout our company; from the vineyard to our tasting rooms and beyond. Our own CEO, Matt Moersch is even the Founder and Chairman of Great Lakes Sustainable Wine Alliance, and vice president of the Michigan Wine Collaborative.

The following are just a few examples of how we work to protect and preserve our environment for generations to come:

  • MAEAP verified farm
  • Little to no pesticides used in the vineyard ——
  • Use the least amount of water necessary for spraying and production
  • Mechanical weed control
  • Natural fertilizers
  • Erosion control measures
  • Natural cooling practices in the cellar when Mother Nature cooperates
  • Recapture knockout water in the brewery cutting our water loss by 50%
  • Repurpose distillate byproducts for our cooling system
  • High-efficiency LED lights
  • Recycling at all facilities
  • Greenware® compostable plastic cups used at our events
  • Organic Gardens on the premise
  • Eliminating single use of plastic straws at all properties