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Discover Wineries Near Eaton Rapids

June 13th, 2016 by Corey A. Edwards

Wineries Near Eaton RapidsVisiting a winery is a wonderful way to meet interesting people, learn about the wine-making process, and taste some wonderful, regional wines – and many of the wineries near Eaton Rapids offer tours and tastes!

Making the trek to a winery or two takes the experience of enjoying a glass of wine from that of being just another refreshing drink and turns it into a much more intimate and educational experience. Even a wine novice will get a lot more than they suspect from visiting a vineyard.

Meeting the creators and knowing what goes into a wine – not just the toil and water but also the soil, the process, the care and study involved – makes enjoying a glass of wine that much more of an event with depth and resonance.

Luckily, more wineries than ever are open and welcoming to visitors – tours, tastes, retail sales, and sometimes small cafes are now common amenities of even small, family vineyards.

Our little corner of Michigan is no exception, with a number of wineries near Eaton Rapids and Lansing – and all within 30 miles of Medovue Estate – home of our premier Lansing B&B: English Inn Restaurant & Pub!

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Lansing Wineries, Breweries & Distilleries

February 23rd, 2015 by Corey A. Edwards

Lansing Wineries, Breweries & DistilleriesMichigan has a healthy crop of vintners, brewers, and distillers producing a wide selection of often locally sourced libations. If you’re a fan of wine, craft beer, or spirits, a visit to Lansing wineries, breweries and distilleries is sure to make your day.

The explosion of microbreweries and distillers in the US this last decade mirrors the expansion of vineyards and wineries from decades past – an expansion that continues apace today. America’s palate for such things seems to expand yearly and why not? A revolution of locally produced and often locally sourced food and drink can only offer more in the way of regional flavor and color to our meals – a welcome alternative to mass produced fast-foods.

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