Wineries Listing

  • Let your palate be your guide through Michigan's wine, beer and spirit trails and tastings, for unhurried afternoons sampling award-winning wines. With four certified American Viticulture Areas across the state, Michigan’s unique glacial soils impart unique boutiques and finishes to please even the most discriminating palate. Oenophiles to budding enthusiasts are sure to discover a red or white varietal that will become their new favorite. So let’s plan a weekend or a day trip to savor the subtleties, enjoy the wine festivals and discover the diversity of Michigan wines.
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  • Blake's Hard Cider Co. - Armada

    Ciderhouse where we always have 12 hard ciders on tap, and rotate flavors seasonally. Born and brewed in Armada, Michigan.

  • Blue Water Winery and Vineyards - Carsonville

    Featured on Under the Radar Michigan, Blue Water Winery, Vineyards and Hops, with its 20 acres of premium wine grapes and hops, is located a stone’s throw from the shores of Lake Huron. Recent awards include Gold Medals from the 2013...

  • Blustone Vineyards - Lake Leelanau

    Opening August 2012. Finding a piece of Leland Blustone on the shores of Lake Michigan is finding a rare treasure of nature. Blustone wines are inspired by these unanticipated moments in life. Our award-winning vineyard is tucked away...

  • Boathouse Vineyards - Lake Leelanau

    Opening March-April 2012. Visit our unique horseshoe bar and try our award-winning wines. Located on the narrows between North and South Lake Leelanau, in the Village of Lake Leelanau. Boaters--dock and walk to our tasting room. Call...

  • Bonobo Winery - Traverse City

    Located on the Old Mission Peninsula Wine Trail, we feature one-of-a-kind artisan wines. Grapes are estate-grown and wine will be produced on-site. Enjoy "easy to share, meant to pair" small plates curated by Mario Batali (Yes, THE...

  • Boskydel Vineyards - Lake Leelanau

    This winery crafts small amounts of its dry and semi-sweet table wines, and features them in a fascinating tasting room. During the holidays, visitors can purchase not only wine, but Christmas trees and chestnuts, as well.

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