Michigan wine drinkersA couple enjoys Michigan wines from the Traverse Wine Coast With bottling of wines coming up, vintners at Traverse Wine Coast feel wines from the the 2020 vintage could be very good. good one.Maybe great.“We’re feeling optimistic about the wines in general, both for whites and reds,” said Lee Lutes, Black Star Farms winemaker.We’re seeing wine quality that could be on par or better than the wines we’ve made over the past five years.” Winemakers credit last year’s weather for their optimism.The wine grape growing season started a little slow with a cool spring, but much of the summer was warm and dry, with rain at the right times. The quantity of the wine may be down, but they expect the quality of the wine will be up.It was a promising year, and we expect good things,” said Shady Lane, general manager Rick DeBlasio, Traverse Wine Coast is a collaboration of about 40 wineries from the Leelanau and Old Mission Peninsulas in northwest Michigan.They represent the largest collection of winemakers in the Midwest. Like all businesses they are coming off a challenging year with hard lessons learned during the pandemic.... A couple enjoys Michigan wines from the Traverse Wine Coast With bottling of wines coming up, vintners at Traverse Wine Coast feel wines from the the 2020 vintage could be very good. good one.Maybe great.“We’re feeling optimistic about the wines in general, both for whites and reds,” said Lee Lutes, Black Star Farms winemaker.We’re seeing wine quality that could be on par or better than the wines we’ve made over the past five years.” Winemakers credit last year’s weather for their optimism.The wine grape growing season started a little slow with a cool spring, but much of the summer was warm and dry, with rain at the right times. The quantity of the wine may be down, but they expect the quality of the wine will be up.It was a promising year, and we expect good things,” said Shady Lane, general manager Rick DeBlasio, Traverse Wine Coast is a collaboration of about 40 wineries from the Leelanau and Old Mission Peninsulas in northwest Michigan.They represent the largest collection of winemakers in the Midwest. Like all businesses they are coming off a challenging year with hard lessons learned during the pandemic.

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