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Michigan Makes Good Wine!

Boasting more than 50 wineries covering 13,000 acres, Michigan wineries produce riesling, chardonnay, pinot grigio, cabernet and more. There are 5 superb wine trails you can follow.


The Leelanau Peninsula Wine Trail: Their cool-climate wines have been winning more national and international awards and praise each and every year!

Lake Michigan Shore Wine Trail: Come visit the wineries of Michigan's Great Southwest.  With light, beach-like soils and lake effect climate, this small corner of the state is a designated American Viticultural Area (AVA) classified as 'Lake Michigan Shore.'

Southeast Michigan Pioneer Wine Trail: This wine making region is a great place to spend a few hours... or a few days!
Sunrise Side Wine & Hops Trail: This Trail consists not only of wineries and breweries but some very special attractions as well! 
Wineries of Old Mission Peninsula: Jutting north between the azure arms of Lake Michigan's Grand Traverse Bay.

To print a tour for any of the 5 tours listed above & read more about the wineries in each tour, click here to go to Michigan.org's website.