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Year in and year out Michigan vineyards produce some of the best wine in the country. For this reason, a lot of the restaurants and stores in the state only carry wine that is produced in Michigan. If you are interested in learning more about the winemaking process, you will want to visit a Michigan vineyard. While there, you will have the chance to see exactly what happens from start to finish. This can make for a great time no matter if you are a wine connoisseur or a casual drinker.

Visiting Michigan vineyards during harvest season can be tons of fun. When you show up at this time you will be able to see how the grapes are harvested, and what steps the process take place next. Many people know that wine tastes good, but when it comes to the actual harvest and production they have no clue what goes on.

Michigan vineyards also offer tasting rooms where you can please your taste buds with some locally made wine. Make sure that you stop by the tasting room before you leaving a Michigan vineyard; this is one part of a visit that you do not want to miss.

And of course, Michigan vineyards also offer gift shops where you can purchase souvenirs from your trip. You can find everything from bottles of wine that are made on site to fruit baskets and much more.

All in all, the state of Michigan has a large selection of vineyards. In fact, it is one of the top wine producing states in the northern part of the United States. Anybody who has the chance to visit a Michigan vineyard should take the time to do so.

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Leorie Vineyard

6994 Peninsula Drive
Traverse City MI 49686

Martha's Vineyard B&B

473 Blue Star Highway
South Haven MI 49090

Nicholas Blacks River - Vine Yard Wineries

5670 North Black River Road
Cheboygan MI 49721


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