Winery Map – Michigan's Best Wineries

Michigan, in a relatively quiet way, has established itself as one of America's best sources of cool-climate varietals and an up-and-coming wine destination. The eastern shore of Lake Michigan, including the Leelanau Peninsula and the Old Mission Peninsula in the north and Lake Michigan Shore and Fennville in the south, has proven, despite serious doubts, to be an ideal location for Vitis vinifera such as Riesling, Pinot Gris and Pinot Noir, and wine lovers and critics are taking note. All of the Michigan wineries displayed on our routinely updated Michigan winery map have won gold medals or above at major international wine competitions or received high ratings from one or more respected wine critics. On your next trip to, or through, Michigan, stop and visit one of Michigan's leading wineries.

Click the image below to see the map of Michigan wineries that produce Michigan's best wines.


Published: June 26, 2013

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