Ever since the end of prohibition, wineries across the country have grown and experienced change in varying degrees. From the Tasting of Paris to Oregon’s Pinot boom, winemakers have searched the US for the next big thing. Michigan’s wine industry is no different. For example, many young cherry farmers have expanded their growing operations to include several varieties of wine grapes including Riesling, Cab Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon and Sauvignon Blanc to name a few. Creighton and McKenzie Gallagher have a long family history in farming, and made that leap in a very short time. We spoke with McKenzie at the very busy tasting room and learned what the future will look like.

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Written by Ray Fister

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