• Dr. Dave Miller of White Pine Winery shares an introduction of grape varietals, and where the Michigan climate fits in to the wine world. 


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    Michigan's Great Southwest is known for fruit, but also for great wine. April is the official "Michigan Wine Month", so in celebration, we're asking wineries what they recommend we drink this spring. Here's what they suggest! 

    12 Corners: Blue Creek Semi-Dry Rose
    Baroda Founders: Luce Del Sole
    Dablon Winery: 2015 Rose
    Free Run Cellars: Mezzo
    Gravity Winery: Blueberry
    Lazy Ballerina Winery: Sweet Nita’s Red
    Lemon Creek Winery: 2013 Pinot Noir
    Round Barn Winery: Sauvignon Blanc
    White Pine Winery: Pinot Grigio

    This week, we’ll learn about the flavor profiles of these Michigan wines.


    April is Michigan Wine Month! Last week, we learned about the flavor profiles of spring wines that local wineries recommended (read it here). This week, we’ll hear about the winemakers that created those, as well as some background on the names. 

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

  • April is Michigan Wine Month! Local wineries recommended spring wines to us; we shared the flavor profiles the first week, then learned more about the winemakers and names last week. This week, we’re pairing food with the wine!

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    Dablon Winery, Round Barn Winery, and Lemon Creek Winery pairings; photos from their Instagram accounts. Click to follow!

    We asked wineries to give us 3 words to describe their spring wine, as well as recommended food pairings. Check out what the local wineries had to say!