Last week's frost in the North East devastated Michigan juice grapes, but wine grapes seem to have been spared.
Juice grapes grow earlier than wine grapes, so they took most of the damage.
On Monday, ABC47 of South Bend Indiana talked with local vinters in Baroda.
Growers said crops are okay for right now, but that could change.
"We still will have frost events right up until the full moon those couple nights with the 6th and 7th of may. So we're not out of the woods on these varieties yet," said Wally Maurer of Domaine Berrien Wine Cellars.
Even if the cellar loses all of its wine grapes this year, the past two growing seasons have been so good that there is plenty of wine stored up to get through the summer according to wine grape growers.