Last Call to Support Furloughed Hospitality Workers and Bid on Winery Packages

The #MichiganWineMonthChallenge is in its final week offering $10 chances to bid on winery gift packages and help furloughed Michigan hospitality workers.So far, nearly $8,800 has been raised and organizers are hoping to make...

Meanwhile, in Northern Michigan

Mary Ann Lippe of Boyne Valley Vineyards recalls one moment among many this past weekend that brought home the significance of being able to reopen operations — even if on a limited basis.“I had...

Petoskey Winemaker Breaks It Down with Facebook Live

Josh Morgan’s weekly Destemmed Facebook Live series started out of a need to communicate with the public amid a statewide stay-at-home order.But it may outlive COVID-19 because he’s finding that people want to learn...

Michigan Wineries Plan for Modified Business Models

Winery owners and managers around the state have been keeping a watchful eye on Up North as tasting rooms in parts of northern Lower Michigan and the Upper Peninsula have begun reopening. While there...

When Life Gives You Lemons (or COVID-19), Start a CSA

Many farms have been offering CSA programs for years.With a Community Supported Agriculture share, customers pay to receive regular orders that contain an assortment of produce and other products, depending on what the farm...

It’s a Wrap: Join the Final Virtual Wine Wednesday May 27

The last installment of Michigan Wine Month Virtual Wine Wednesday is May 27 at 8 p.m. The final session will feature wine tastings from Nathaniel Rose Wine and Walloon Lake Winery. After that, sommelier Cortney Casey...

Wineries Across Northern Michigan Get Ready to Reopen Tasting Rooms to Public

Geoff Frey was taken by surprise Monday, May 18, when he heard Gov. Gretchen Whitmer had lifted the order barring bars and restaurants (and by extension, winery tasting rooms) from opening to indoor service...

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