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Michigan Wine & Spirits Guide 2017

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45 North Vineyard and Winery tasting room 45 North Vineyard and Winery tasting room Tom Balazs, Two Twisted Trees Photography

 

Wine, mead, cider, spirits — truly, our cup overfloweth here in West Michigan. 

Every year more people are diving deeper into the ever-expanding wide world of alcohol. The variation is endless, from bourbon-barrel-aged wine to cyser, essentially a mixture of mead and cider.

In this year’s Wine & Spirits Guide, we cover it all. We have a close look at why Michigan wine tastes the way it does, where to meet all your local cider and mead needs, and why rosé may be the hottest drink of the summer. We also asked local distillers how to drink their favorite spirits, with recipes and all.

Basically, if it’s not beer and it has alcohol in it, you’ll find it here.

There’s a lot to drink in here, so pace yourself.

 

STORIES:

Michigan Winery Directory

Trend Alert: Rosés

45 North Vineyard and Winery explains why Michigan wine works

Meaderies and Cideries: Apples, Honey and Booze, Oh My!

Farmhaus rides the cider wave despite zoning battle

Spirits: Local distillers explain how to enjoy their best libations

 

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