Madonna’s family vineyard and winery hits market in Northern Michigan for $4.9M


SUTTONS BAY, MI - You could run your own vineyard and winery in Northern Michigan. Ciccone Vineyard and Winery has hit the market for $4.925 million and it’s in pristine condition.

Established in 1995, Ciccone is located at 10343 E. Hilltop Road in Suttons Bay in Leelanau County. The 78-acre property has unobstructed views of Grand Traverse Bay from many spots.

Silvio “Tony” Ciccone, Madonna’s father, and his wife, Joan, of Rochester Hills founded Ciccone Vineyard and Winery in 1995. After they retired, they purchased the property and planted the first five acres of grapes by hand the following spring.

Fast-forward to today, Tony has passed the vineyard and winery onto two of his children. Mario is now the manager and Paula is the winemaker. Tony has remained on as a consultant.

“Ciccone is an incredible property, primed and ready for the next steward to continue the vision, or make it their own,” said Blake Bernard of Blake Bernard Group and Homewaters Commercial Real Estate. “There are many value-add opportunities throughout the property as well, making this Leelanau gem a solid investment.”

Bernard says the property is turn-key ready for its next owner. The property also comes with a winemaker’s home, which could also be a bed and breakfast.

The 3,520 square-foot, two-story house has five bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms and a large, open main-level floor plan. The living areas have views of either the bay or vineyard. There are also numerous outdoor spaces to entertain. There’s an attached 3-car garage.

The property also comes with a 7,750 square-foot tasting room, winery, historic barn and event space.

The vineyard is planted in 13 acres with the potential for up to 10 more acres of planted grapes on the property. Everything is produced and bottled onsite.

You can find more information on the vineyard here. You can contact Blake Bernard Group and Homewaters Commercial Real Estate at 231-714-4787 or via email.


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