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Taste Pure Michigan in every sip. The wine-curious and the wine aficionados alike will find themselves at home at these Michigan wineries. Michigan’s unique glacial soils impart distinctive 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.
- Blake’s Tasting Room—In the heart of a third-generation farmstead, Blake’s Tasting Room offers a casual and multifaceted menu, satisfying guests of all ages. Thirsty? They brew a vast variety of craft hard ciders and beer always on tap, as well as their own branded wine. Sample Blake’s beer, cider and/or wine while you munch on a delicious lunch.
- Sanders Chocolate Factory— What goes better with wine than chocolate? Fred Sanders Schmidt, commonly known as Fred Sanders, opened his first chocolate shoppe in Detroit in 1875. By the 1940’s and 1950’s, Sanders® products and chocolate shoppes were woven into the lives of Michigan families. Enjoy free samples while you shop for goodies you’d like to bring home.
- Filipo Marc Winery boasts over 70 varieties of wine consisting of many of the standard wine lovers selections like Cabernet, Merlot, Chardonnay and yes, White Zinfandel along with many more exciting wines from grape of other countries and blends including fruit like Raspberries, Mango, Peach and Strawberries to make exciting variations of the traditional wines. Sip on a few samples and learn more about the husband & wife team who owns Filipo Marc.
- St. Julian Winery—End your day at St. Julian Winery with a few more tasty samples of Michigan wine. St. Julian Wine Co. has been owned and operated by the same family for four generations. Their passion for local farms, real Michigan fruit, and the production of quality wine and juice have been upheld for 100 years. This long-term commitment to quality fruit from Michigan has made St. Julian the most-awarded winery in Michigan.