In case you missed it, you can find Part I here, and Part II here.

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The Lake Michigan Shore Wine Trail has 19 wineries, each with something different to offer.


12 Corners: Blue Creek Semi-Dry Rose
3 Words: Fruity, Versatile, Delicious
Suggested Food Pairing: This Rosé is hugely versatile and will stand up to big flavors such as olives and garlic. It is the ideal wine to drink with a paella or grilled chicken, as well as with various fish and seafood options. You may also choose to pair it alongside charcuterie and melons, or with barbecues during the festive summer months.


Baroda Founders: Luce Del Sole
3 Words: Fruity, Crisp, Refreshing
Suggested Food Pairing: Grilled chicken, asparagus


Dablon Winery: 2015 Rose
3 Words: Dry, Refreshing, Cranberry notes
Suggested Food Pairing: Perfect aperitivo wine; pair with fresh salads, goat cheese and salmon


Free Run Cellars: Mezzo
3 Words: Easy to Drink!
Suggested Food Pairing: Asian & Mexican cuisine


Gravity Winery: Blueberry
3 Words: Sweet, Mouthwatering, Fragrant
Suggested Food Pairing: A creamy Brie Cheese, vanilla ice cream


Lazy Ballerina Winery: Sweet Nita’s Red
3 Words: Sweet, Fruity, Drinkable
Lauren and Melanie offered this Sangria recipe; there’s no better pairing for wine than more wine!

Spring Sangria Recipe
Soak a mixed bag of Michigan frozen fruit with a bottle of Sweet Nita’s Red overnight in the refrigerator.
Add 3 parts wine & fruit to 1 part Ginger Ale in a festive wine glass and garnish with an orange slice.


Lemon Creek Winery: 2013 Pinot Noir
3 Words: Smooth Dry Red
Suggested Food Pairing: Salmon, turkey, stuffed mushrooms; Camembert or Brie cheese


Round Barn Winery: Sauvignon Blanc
3 Words: Perfect Patio Wine!
Suggested Food Pairing: Crab cakes


White Pine Winery: Pinot Grigio
3 Words: Light, Crisp, Refreshing!
Suggested Food Pairing: melon, prosciutto, asparagus


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In case you missed it, you can find Part I here, and Part II here.

Thanks for joining us for the Spring Wine Round Up!