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Making Bad Wine Extinct

Better education and new technologies are improving nearly everyone’s output
October 3, 2017

Why you should drink the F-ing Merlot

Michigan winemakers believe the beleaguered grape deserves your attention
September 22, 2017

Taking Flight

Heritage guides young owners of Rove Estate
August 23, 2017

Last call for Leelanau’s oldest winery

Boskydel Vineyard plans to close tasting room by 2018
July 13, 2017

Michigan’s fledgling Bay View Wine Trail makes its own way

Every winery has a distinct personality in the Petoskey area
June 27, 2017
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Making Bad Wine Extinct

Better education and new technologies are improving nearly everyone’s output
October 3, 2017

DIY Home Vineyard

Become a home vintner with just a fraction of an acre
August 8, 2017

Keep Calm and Drink Rosé

Exploring a little local flavor in the heart of Provence
August 7, 2017

How Soil Shapes the Flavor of Michigan Wines

A northern Michigan winemaker has begun unraveling the mysteries of his vineyard's 'terroir.'
June 6, 2017

Michigan Law on Buying, Shipping Wine Gets More Complicated

Lawsuit could eventually result in the same basic decision that happened in Granholm v. Heald and pry the regulations open even further
April 12, 2017

What Do Wine Rating Numbers Mean?

Wilfred Wong explains the range in understandable words.
February 10, 2017

Will 2016 Be a Good Year for Michigan Wine? Time Will Tell

The weather cooperated this year, but the remaining unknown factor is what the vino will do in the bottle as it matures
December 12, 2016

A Billionaire, Phony Bottles, and The Bomb

Founding Father Thomas Jefferson’s name was involved in a wine scandal of atomic proportions
July 21, 2016

The Walmart Factor

South Africa’s competitively priced, high-quality wines find way back into U.S. market thanks to mega-retailer as well as Whole Foods
April 26, 2016

Caught Red-Handed?

The wine world is no stranger to scandal, but this time, it’s a sparkling example of Champagne fraud.
March 14, 2016

Chardonnay is ‘Safe’ Again

The popularity of full-bodied, yeasty, and oaky styles has waned, making them terrific food accompaniments once more
February 29, 2016

Hitting Their Stride

After a lot of experiments, some North American pinot noirs are finally up to par
January 29, 2016

Vintage Talk

The language of wine might be messy, but it can also lead to terrific bargains
November 19, 2015

Best Guess?

Can experts really identify a wine’s pedigree? Sometimes it involves a bit of luck.
October 16, 2015

Red-Letter Days

Always strong in white wines, Michigan Wine Competition results show progress in pinot noirs, cabernet franc, and more
September 18, 2015
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