Lake Michigan Wine Trail Wineries
4 Hour WineTour
Roundtrip from your hotel or cottage
2-6 people - Call for rates (Minivan)
Over 6 people - Call for rates (Vehicles vary based on number of people)
*Tasting fees are additional
*Rates are from pickup locations between New Buffalo and Benton Harbor. Rates will be higher from other locations.
*Vehicles shown may not depict actual vehicle for your wine tour. We have many different vehicles to accommodate different size parties.
*We use various tour operators depending on group size requirements.
Wine should be appreciated and savored in a peaceful setting, one that transports you from the chaos of everyday to a beautiful escape.
Offering you a destination getaway is our goal. We invite guests to relax on our beautiful outdoor patio and enjoy our hand-crafted local wines and our light food menu that highlights fresh local produce. The setting will bring you in, the atmosphere will keep you here, and the wine will leave you with undeniable happiness!
Welcome to Karma Vista Vineyards and winery, one of Michigan's newest wineries from one of the state's oldest farm families. We are a few miles inland from Lake
Michigan on a beautiful hillside vineyard above the small town of Coloma. Join us at our tasting room as we watch traffic on the highway far below us and try to decide why everyone else is in such a
hurry. Wine with a point of view.
Third generation wine maker, Tony Peterson, perfected his craft while working many years as an apprentice in his father's winery. All the while, he dreamed of creating an experience that would incorporate the traditional art of wine making, old world charm and the very best of modern amenities. Nestled in the fertile wine growing hills of Coloma Michigan, Contessa Wine Cellars is the realization of that dream.
Domaine Berrien Cellars, established in 2001, is committed to hand-crafting high quality estate bottled wines from the grapes grown in our vineyards. We believe that great wines are made in the vineyard and shepherded to maturity in the cellar. While our operation may be new to the public, we have been making wines for family and friends for over 32 years. Some restrictions apply.
Believing that exceptional wine comes from exceptional grapes and their unique terroir, our grapes are hand-nurtured from the time they are planted, until the grapes are harvested. Our people are committed to creating quality products. Our wines are produced in our hillside facility and stored in an underground cellar.
With the rolling clay loam hills and the moderating effect of Lake Michigan, Lemon Creek Fruit Farm has grown some of the best grapes in Michigan. The winery continues to distinguish themselves with their most recent success, a Cabernet Sauvignon Ice Wine, to compliment their diversified wine selection. The winemaking tradition continues with the help of the newest generation.
Our motto: “Drink Wine, Laugh Often, Live Long!” pretty much sums up what we do here. Our goal is to produce award winning wines that compete at the national level. That is exactly what we have been doing ever since the early 1970’s. Come for a visit and take a guided cellar tour to learn all about the art of making wine, enjoy some of our delectable Norman Love chocolates, maybe even stay for dinner in our beautiful dining room overlooking the vineyards, oh and don’t forget the wine!
The Round Barn Winery, Distillery, and Micro-Brewery is a very exciting place to spend your time. As our name indicates we not only produce fine Lake Michigan Shore wines, we also have a lineup of distilled spirits and interesting brews on tap. With wine making classes, festivals, and seasonal weekend live music; there is always something going on to keep you entertained!
Wine Master, Leonard R. Olson, who has an extensive and impressive history in the industry, is the operating manager of Founders Wine Cellar. Mr. Olson began planting grapes in Southwest Michigan in 1968.
Mr. Olson’s wines have won numerous awards and medals. His wines were named Best of Show three of the first four years that the Michigan State Fair competition was held. Mr. Olson won metals with Washington State grown Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Riesling, and Gewurztraminer. In 1983, his 1982 vintage Select Berry Sweet Harvest Vidal was awarded more points than any other wine in this 25-year-old competition. Finally, the most impressive and most memorable recognition for his work was when President Ford, in the White House, served Mr. Olson’s first vintage dated wine from Michigan-grown grapes at State dinners.