Watching the Grapes Grow

You gotta start somewhere. When it comes to winemaking, it begins with the grapes. Engineer David De Carteret...

Jump on the Wine Wagon at Brys Estate Vineyard and Winery

Brys Estate Vineyard and Winery welcomed the return of its Wine Wagon Tour and Tasting on Memorial Day...

Masks? Proof of Vaccines? Michigan Wineries Navigate the New Landscape

When Bløm Meadworks in Ann Arbor began laying the groundwork for reopening its indoor tasting space as state...

Come for the Cider, Have a Ball

As luck would have it, Peat’s Original Cider was just opening its new Cider Social taproom and bowling alley in March 2020 when COVID-19 came along and caused it all to shut down. Now Cider Social is back, offering family-friendly action and serving the Peat family’s original ciders.

‘Making Memories for Every Generation’

Blake Farms is celebrating 75 years. The original family-owned farm in Armada was established in 1946 by Gerald and Elizabeth “Lovey” Blake.

Say ‘I Do’ Among the Vines

When 3 North Vines Vineyard & Winery opened in 2014, co-owners Kristi Nichols-Shopbell and her husband never imagined they’d be in the wedding business. “We’re a very small tasting room, and we didn’t really think that weddings would work that well in our tiny tasting room,” Nichols-Shopbell says.
Chateau Grand Traverse Grape Bins
Photo of Chateau Grand Traverse: Traverse City Tourism

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