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Honeyflow Farm showing red wine grapes
 Honeyflow Farm welcomes you to our U-Pick vineyard with 20+ varieties of wine, jelly & table grapes.

We also sell bulk raw honey (weekends in September only from our Farm Market) - by the pound & in your containers, candles and many other products produced from our honeybee colonies located at 10 locations in surrounding counties.

We have been producing and selling honey and beeswax candles for more than 20 years, about 10 years ago we have increased the varieties of candles we make and have also created an on Line Store where you can purchase honey and candles right from your computer all year and not have to wait until September. You can even make arrangements to pick up your order when it is ready from our farm.

We are the largest U-PICK vineyard in South East Michigan and are located in Dryden, Michigan (southern end of Lapeer County & 1/2 hr north of Rochester).

Our Farm Market is open only on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays from Labor Day until mid October.  Please visit our website often for details of fall activities.

About Our Farm


Honeyflow Farm was started as a vineyard only in 1973 in Clawson, Michigan by Bill and Pat Schnute.

With a desire to increase the size of what had become a successful and satisfying operation, a new vineyard along with the honey farm was started in Troy, Michigan in 1976.

In 1985 the vineyard, honey farm, and candles shop were moved to a twenty acre site in Dryden, Michigan. This present location will allow for further expansion and to better serve our customers. Honeybee colonies are maintained throughout Macomb, Oakland, Lapeer and St. Clair counties. The vineyard now grows more than twenty varieties of grapes, where customers can select and pick the variety of their choice. The vineyard includes wine, seedless, jelly and juice varieties of grapes.

Our U-PICK vineyard and honey market is open in September to mid-October and we look forward to your visiting us during that time.

Bill & Pat Schnute


View Up to Date Grape Ripening Information...

What do I need to bring when I come to the Farm in the Fall?
We prvide some bags, but many people bring their own bushel baskets for larger amounts.

Click here to see what's ripe this weekend!