Where to celebrate National Wine Day in Detroit

From Pinot Noir to Chardonnay, you can find it all in the Motor City

John Burkta is shown Tuesday, Oct. 4, 2005, in his Cherry Creek Cellars winery in Parma Township, Mich. Legislation approved by the state House would ban vintners from shipping wine straight to restaurants or retailers, as they have done for 35 years. "If that legislation passes the way it is, we're going to be out of business," he says. (AL GOLDIS, Associated Press)

DETROIT – National Wine Day takes place on May 25 every year.

Michigan plays an important role in the wine community, as the state has unique glacial soils that can support vineyards. According to Michigan.org, there are more than 140 wineries across the Mitten.

Both red and white grapes are grown at vineyards in Michigan. While the majority of wineries are in Northern Michigan, Detroit has its fair share of tasting rooms.

Here are a few places to check out in the D as you celebrate National Wine Day:


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Elizabeth Washington is a Digital Producer and has been with Local 4 News since April 2022.