Peter and Denisse Schnebly have a passion for agro-tourism. In 2003, the couple started making tropical fruit wines inside a garage on their large Homestead farm. After experimenting with many flavor profiles, they felt confident enough to open a winery on property.

Wine connoisseurs and travelers from all over the world have gotten off the beaten path and discovered this one-of-a-kind winery located on the Redland Trail.

Set in a lush tropical environment with towering palms and manmade waterfalls, the Schneblys have taken great care to set their winery apart from all others.

The main building houses a shop and tasting room where visitors can sample wines made from tropical fruit like guava, avocado, and mango, just to name a few.

The beautiful grounds contain thatched-roof pavilions used for weddings and other special events.

In an effort to diversify the brand, the Miami Brewing Company was founded in 2011 and soon became a leader in the young craft beer market of South Florida. Flagship brews include Big Rod Coconut Ale, Shark Bait Mango Wheat Ale, Vice IPA & Gator Tail Brown Ale.

The most recent addition to the family’s agro-tourism business is the RedLander Restaurant, which only uses ingredients sourced from Florida.