Michigan's Emerging Wine Country
Feb 2001 Issue of Wine Business Monthly
A strong new force of viticulturists and enologists are redefining America's "wine country." They've settled throughout the state of Michigan and are producing some world-class varietals that could fool the most avid French or Californian wine-lover. Michigan now ranks 13th in wine production by volume in the US. It's also the fourth largest producer of grapes for juice and non-alcoholic beverage processing in the nation. Sparkling wines, eau de vies (distilled wine which, unlike brandy, is not ...
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