Michigan Wineries Near New Buffalo

If you’re a wine lover visiting Southwest Michigan, then New Buffalo wineries should be at the top of your list.

New Buffalo has been named by Travel + Leisure as one of America’s “50 Best Places to Travel.” From crystal-clear beaches to quaint streets lined with ice cream shops and boutiques, this town’s got it all.

As part of the U.S. non-profit Rhône Rangers, they focus on varietals like Syrah, Viognier, and Marsanne.

Domaine Berrien Cellars

The wines are made from locally sourced grapes, apart from a small plot of estate-grown Chardonnay. These are fermented in small batches, focusing on quality over quantity.

Hickory Creek Winery

Visiting the tasting room, you can sample five wines of your choice, perhaps even poured by Dave himself. For bubbly lovers, start off with the Effervescence Reserve.

White Pine Winery

They offer a great line-up for red wine lovers, including an outstanding Petit Verdot and a unique red blend of Tempranillo and Tannat.

Dablon Vineyards & Winery

Grapes are all estate grown on their 170 acres of vineyards. And the best-of-the-best are used to craft their reserve wines, which have won some pretty prestigious awards.

Lemon Creek Winery

When visiting, you can choose from a simple menu of flights, including dry red, dry white, or sweet. I particularly enjoyed their white wines, like the Dry Riesling with crisp acidity and juicy stone fruits.

Free Run Cellars

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