Michigan's Wine Trails

Bay View Wine Trail

Bay View Wine Trail Facebook Page

Following the shores of Lake Michigan's Little Traverse Bay and the inland lakes of the "Northwest Michigan Wine Region", you'll find new wineries with remarkable old world wines, as well as exceptional new grape, and fruit varieties to the wine world. Come enjoy a relaxing wine tour without the crowds, and discover why this beautiful area comprised of Charlevoix, Petoskey, Harbor Springs and Indian River has been attracting resorters for more than 100 years.

Lake Michigan Shore Wine Country

Lake Michigan Shore Wine Country Website

They call Lake Michigan Shore Wine Country the Napa Valley of the Midwest. Like the hills of California, this land is ideal for handcrafting fine wines. And our charming resort towns and incredible shoreline are like bottles of bubbly waiting to be uncorked. Visit our website to discover more than a dozen Southwest Michigan wineries and tasting rooms, each with its own style. Create your own wine tour. Make it a romantic getaway. Or take a leisurely road trip with friends to discover your favorite vintages. Try a cooking class. Or revel in our festivals. Our website is full of ideas, including places to eat, sleep and play along Lake Michigan's beautiful shores. Let the good times begin!

Leelanau Peninsula Wine Trail

Leelanau Peninsula Wine Trail Website

Discover Leelanau Peninsula, where cool-climate wines pair perfectly with local cuisine. The small peninsula is home to 25 wineries located within diverse microclimates uniquely suited for a variety of wine grapes. Among the internationally acclaimed varietals are Riesling, Pinot Grigio, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Cabernet Franc. The trail is divided into three mini-trails for easy touring: the Sleeping Bear Loop, the Northern Loop and the Grand Traverse Bay Loop. Each tasting room along the trail offers its own unique experience, from pure elegance with unparalleled views to cozy nooks loaded with charm. Sip wines and chat with the laid-back, hardworking winemakers that produce them. The Leelanau Peninsula Wine Trail is the largest and oldest in Michigan and has garnered national attention as a world-class destination. Whether your visit lasts a day or a season, you're sure to find comfort and pleasure in everything the Leelanau Peninsula Wine Trail has to offer.

Southeast Michigan Pioneer Wine Trail

Southeast Michigan Pioneer Wine Trail Website

Southeast Michigan's newest pioneers are the vintners of the early 21st century, growing and selling special wines for you to discover. Southeastern Michigan's Pioneer wine making region is a great place to spend a few hours ... or a few days! The beautiful rolling Irish Hills, many lakes and Hidden Lake Gardens are right along the trail. Relax, savor our wines, stop for some antiquing and perhaps stay in one of the many bed and breakfast inns in the area.

Wineries of Old Mission Peninsula

Wineries of Old Mission Peninsula Website

Jutting north between the azure arms of Lake Michigan's Grand Traverse Bay lies Old Mission Peninsula. Situated at the globe's 45th parallel -- the ideal climate for growing varietal wine grapes -- the seven distinct wineries that comprise this stunning appellation have been well recognized by international wine enthusiasts. Discover the beauty of the Old Mission Peninsula and experience its award-winning wines: Chardonnay, Riesling, Pinot Grigio, Pinot Noir, Merlot, Gew rztraminer, sparkling varieties and the prestigious ice wines. Visit our renowned wine trail today!