Michigan’s wine trails make it easy to visit multiple tasting rooms in one trip and get a well-rounded sampling of what an individual region has to offer. Here are five trails to explore around the state (wineries that offer lodging are marked with an asterisk):

Photo courtesy of St. Julian Winery

Lake Michigan Shore Wine Trail
Located in the southwest corner of the state right by Lake Michigan, this wine trail includes 15 wineries and four additional tasting rooms that weave through two American Viticultural Areas (AVAs): Lake Michigan Shore and Fennville.

Member Wineries

Additional Tasting Rooms


Leelanau Peninsula Wine Trail
The Leelanau Peninsula Wine Trail, part of the Leelanau Peninsula AVA in scenic northern Michigan, boasts 23 member wineries — spread throughout three “loops” — and four satellite tasting rooms.

Photo courtesy of Aurora Cellars

Sleeping Bear Loop

Northern Peninsula Loop

Grand Traverse Bay Loop

Satellite Tasting Rooms


Photo by John Doskoch for Chateau Chantal

Old Mission Peninsula Wine Trail
Ten wineries participate in this wine trail, whose peninsular home north of Traverse City constitutes its own AVA and is surrounded by water, making for stunning views.

Member Wineries


Petoskey Wine Region
This wine trail is home to 14 unique wineries — ranging from rustic to trendy — making a variety of wines in the Tip of the Mitt AVA.

Petoskey Farms Vineyard & Winery
Photo courtesy of Petoskey Farms Vineyard & Winery

Member Wineries


Sunrise Side Wine & Hops Trail
A handful of boutique wineries and tasting rooms are along this trail in northeastern Michigan near Lake Huron.

Photo courtesy of Modern Craft

Member Wineries



Editor’s note: Michigan’s wine trails — and their members — change from time to time. Please contact the individual trails and/or member wineries for the most up-to-date information.




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