Radio Made in Michigan
12:22 pm
Mon August 5, 2013

Michigan Wine Competition draws producers, wine experts

The 2013 Michigan Wine Competition will take place on Tuesday. Despite the extra rain this year, Karel Bush of the Michigan Grape and Wine Council says it's a good year for Michigan wine grapes.
Credit Flickr/lpwines

On Tuesday, the 36th annual Michigan Wine Competition will take place at the Kellogg Center in East Lansing. Some of Michigan’s top wineries will present their best creations to a panel of wine experts from across the state and nation.

 Karel Bush, the promotion specialist for the Michigan Grape and Wine Council, and Lee Lutes, winemaker at Black Star Farms in Traverse City, join the Current State and talk about the event, as well as our state’s ever-growing wine industry.

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