The Perfect Stocking Stuffer for Michigan Wine Lovers

A Vintage Michigan membership is a sublime stocking stuffer that keeps giving long after the holiday glow fades away.


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A Vintage Michigan membership is a sublime stocking stuffer that keeps giving long after the holiday glow fades away. The Michigan Grape and Wine Industry Council worked with wineries, retailers, and others across the state to develop the Vintage Michigan club, which currently provides wine discounts at 38 Michigan wineries and nearly 40 Michigan retailers – and the list keeps growing. A lifetime membership is only $15.

With the Vintage Michigan membership card in hand, Metro Detroiters can save on Michigan wine at retailers such as Novi Fine Wines and Liquor in Novi, Merchant's Fine Wine in Dearborn, and Yuno's Wine Dock in St. Clair Shores.

Additionally, Vintage Michigan members save on Michigan wine at select restaurants – plus discounts on lodging at beautiful northwest Michigan properties located in Ludington and Harbor Springs, and on Leelanau Peninsula and Old Mission Peninsula.

Each membership card is paired with a thoughtful, complimentary gift. Choose a Michigan Wines corkscrew or etched Michigan bottle stopper. Combined with a lifetime of savings, these stocking stuffers are sure to delight the wine lovers on your gift list!

Members also get special discounts on From the Vine: Exploring Michigan Wineries and on The History of Michigan Wines; discounts on tickets to select Michigan wine events and festivals; monthly e-mail updates on Michigan wines; and the annual Michigan Wine Country magazine, featuring trail maps, new wine releases, tips, destinations, and winemaker profiles.

Order this unique stocking stuffer today at www.michiganwines.com.

Sharon Kegerreis is co-author of the award-winning From the Vine: Exploring Michigan Wineries and The History of Michigan Wines. Learn more and get autographed books at deliciousmichigan.com.
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