Question by  Goutham (27)

What can you tell me about Michigan wine?

I've heard there are a lot of vineyards in Michigan.


Answer by  JohnHolmes (2660)

Michigan is considered wine country in the United States since that is where the Northern wines began and where many are still produced. In Michigan you will find just about every type of red or white wine that you could desire throughout the many vineyards.


Answer by  turtleclubber (33)

There are a lot of vineyards in Michigan. I know that the wines are as diverse as wines from other regions of the United States and the world. The quality of wine not only depends on the quality of soil the grapes and other fruits were grown in, but also the processes and quality of the winemaker.


Answer by  vinnie (18)

Michigan is the eighth state in wine grape production in the nation.The grape types used are Chardonnay,Riesling,Pinot Noir,Vidal,Vignoles,Concord and Niagara.These grapes grow within 25 miles of Lake Michigan.The styles of wine are like Ice Wine, sparkling, fortified and fruit wines. They are typically clean, crisp and has real varietal character.


Answer by  natashaarielcohen (23)

Michigan wine is delicious. It is normally deep, and has a rich flavor. Look for great reds and whites; they're affordable, too!

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