The new edition of the popular Michigan Wine Country magazine is now available, kicking off “Michigan Wine Month” and marking the beginning of the 2013 touring season. It is an indispensable guide for touring Michigan’s 101 wineries.
The 2013 Michigan Wine Country magazine features the latest news and information on Michigan’s world-class wines and wineries — including 11 new wineries — plus maps, activities and events.
The magazine offers a list of winemakers’ favorites and the stories behind some of the unusual buildings that house winery tasting rooms. Readers will also find information on what’s new at the wineries and tips for pedaling their way along their favorite Michigan wine trail.
“With the long winter we’ve endured in the Midwest this year, many people are looking forward to planning trips to Michigan wine country as the weather starts to warm up,” said Linda Jones, executive director of the Michigan Grape and Wine Industry Council. “Reading the 2013 Michigan Wine Country magazine is the perfect way to start your planning and dreaming about a great wine-touring vacation.”
Michigan Wine Country is available online in a digital format at www.michiganwines.com. Pick up a complimentary copy at any Michigan winery or Travel Michigan Welcome Center. To request a copy, visit the website or contact the Michigan Grape and Wine Industry Council at 517-241-1207.
The Michigan Grape and Wine Industry Council is an 11-member panel that supports the growth of the grape and wine industry in Michigan. It is housed in the Michigan Department of Agriculture & Rural Development, which is the official state agency charged with serving, promoting and protecting the food, agriculture and agricultural economic interests of the people of the state of Michigan.
Michigan Wine Country is produced by Royal Oak-based Hour Media.