Michigan Wine: Check out these just released stats from Michigan State University about Michigan Wine Country (Northern Michigan's Old Mission and Leelanau Peninsula's being pivotal regions) and raise your glass.

Michigan has seen wine grape growth increase by 500 percent since 1973.

Michigan's wine industry has grown from less than 10 to 86 wineries, producing more than 1 million gallons of wine each year.

Michigan vineyards see 800,000 visitors annually.

Michigan's wine industry contributes $300 million to Michigan’s economy

Michigan wine grapes include riesling, pinot noir, chardonnay, pinot blanc, cabernet franc, merlot, chardonel and more.  

Learn More about Northern Michigan wine country.