"Akin to Sonoma Valley's landscape 20 years ago, Michigan wine country is bucolic and largely undeveloped, comprising just 100 or so small- to medium-sized wineries and just less than 3,000 acres of wine-producing vineyards. Yet the new wines coming out of this highly undervalued region – particularly those from the Leelanau and Old Mission Peninsulas – are fantastic."

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