Sip, Sip, Hooray!

Our local winery in Paw Paw, MI toasts our servicewomen

Of course you've heard of a wine flight. But at B 52 Winery, that term takes on a whole new meaning. We're a local winery in Paw Paw, MI that celebrates the achievements of the first female aviators in World War II. In addition to being deliciously sip-able, each of our vintages is named for a heroic female pilot.

Come raise a glass with us today.

B 52 Winery

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Events

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The best wine comes from close to home

When you order a glass of wine from a local winery, you can:

  • Enjoy all the flavors unique to our region
  • Indulge in a quality not found in large-batch vintages
  • Be proud knowing you're supporting a local business
Our winemaker has been making wine for over 40 years. Experience the difference for yourself by ordering a glass or attending a wine event.

The perfect place to stop and smell the rosé

Guests from all over Southwest Michigan come to B 52 Winery for our:

Wine events - We have live music every Sunday, so feel free to tap your feet while you sip.
Wine tastings - No matter which vintage you choose, your taste buds will be delighted.
Relaxed atmosphere - Pull up a chair in our café or "sip" back and relax on one of our scenic patios.

Find your own reason to love our local winery in Paw Paw, MI by visiting us today. Cheers!

We Proudly Serve Customers From Paw Paw, Grand Rapids, Holland and All of Southwest Michigan

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B52 Winery celebrates the heroic 1100 first female aviators to fly military aircraft in WWII. These pioneering female aviators flew over 60 million miles and ferried every type of military aircraft to the war front. Thirty-eight members lost their lives and one disappeared while on a ferry mission, her fate still unknown. In 1977, for their WWII service, the members were granted veteran status, and in 2009 awarded the Congressional Gold Medal.