August 23, 2017

The Wine World Discovers Northern Michigan

For 200 years, grapegrowers have been experimenting with European wine varietals in the Midwestern United States.  While growing old world grapes in the Midwest will never be easy, some regions are quietly gaining an international reputation.  One such area is the Leelanau Peninsula in Northern Michigan, which has been winning prestigious awards and attracting recent attention from the wine … [Read more...]

How Michigan Wineries Are Expanding Sales

To comprehend Chateau Grand Traverse’s (CTG) reach beyond its home state of Michigan, you need only check out the winery’s Facebook page.One recent post: “Spring Break: CGT Late Harvest Riesling and Ship of Fools spotted at Sharky's On The Pier in Venice, Florida,” along with an image of a table placard perched against a backdrop of blue, sunny skies. Scrolling down the page, another post … [Read more...]