Grape harvest should make for excellent Michigan wines

It looks to be a classic Michigan wine year as the grapes roll toward winter, and harvest. That's true all across Michigan, but especially important in the Traverse City winery region.

Excerpt: Winemakers from Kalamazoo to Traverse City are toasting a good harvest this year.

A cooler-than-usual summer and more moisture will produce flavorful and crisp Rieslings and Chardonnays, two of the varieties for which Michigan is best known. A few more weeks on the vine and red wine grapes will turn out as well, vintners predict.

The whole story is online here.

Source: The Detroit News
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