Michigan Wine Country is packed with useful information and guidance to enhance the experience of visitors to Michigan’s wine regions. It is designed for wine tourists who enjoy the good life and indulging in their passions for travel, fine dining and great wines.

The wineries listed here produce wine and have tasting rooms in Michigan. Many make wine using Michigan-grown grapes and other fruit, but some do not. As you tour Michigan’s wineries, look at the labels. If a wine’s label says “Estate Bottled,” it means the wine is from the stated area and was grown, made and bottled by the winery.

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Other resources for Michigan wines:

The Michigan Wine Collaborative
This nonprofit organization was formed with the mission to enhance the sustainability and profitability of the Michigan wine industry by supporting wineries, growers and other businesses and individuals connected to the industry. For more information, click here.

The Michigan Craft Beverage Council

The Michigan Craft Beverage Council is a 10-member, governor-appointed board that is advisory to the Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development, and was established to provide for research, marketing and promotion of Michigan agricultural products that are used in the production of Michigan craft beverages. For more information, click here.




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