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Michigan Wine Competition results are in!
Twenty-five wine experts from around the country gathered August 11 in East Lansing for the 38th annual Michigan Wine Competition to evaluate 373 wines from around the state. Gold medals were awarded to a wide variety of wines that were then re-evaluated to decide top honors. At the end of the day, judges awarded the top "Best of Class" honors to eight wines:
MAWBY/L Mawby Tradition
Boathouse Vineyards 2013 "Dry Dock" Riesling
Mari Vineyards 2012 Praefectus
Boathouse Vineyards 2014 Semi-Sweet Riesling
Karma Vista Vineyards 2014 Devil s Head Red
45 North Vineyard & Winery 2013 Riesling Ice Wine
Chateau de Leelanau Cherry Wine
St. Ambrose Cellars 2014 Vin Gris from Pinot Noir
Flying Otter Vineyard and Winery - Southeast Michigan & Thumb
3402 Chase Road, Adrian, MI 49221
Pavilion tasting deck open:
Friday evenings (Live Music): 5-9:00pm
Indoor tasting room at the winery open:
November and December:
January-March: Open by appointment - call 877-876-5580
Check website or Facebook for expanded hours, extra events, and Friday evening live music schedule.
Our family operated vineyard and winery is the culmination of a life long love of wine. It has been said that wine is sunshine in a bottle. We agree with that sentiment and also firmly believe that the sunshine is meant to be enjoyed with friends and family while sharing good times and good food. ...
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