2. Northern Michigan
If you can’t make it France’s celebrated vineyards, try Michigan, “our very own Bordeaux.” The northern area of the state’s Lower Peninsula has an ideal combination of “well-drained soils with glacial deposits, and slightly tempered weather patterns,” explains Vogue. Known for its white varieties, the narrow region is near Traverse City, a gorgeous resort town full of tasting rooms. With about 100 wineries, the Great Lakes State ranks 13th in U.S. wine production.
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