Fall leaves time to enjoy lighter wines of summer



Leaves are turning yellow, and they’re soon to be glorious red and brown, so can the frost on the pumpkin be far behind?

It’s a gloriously beautiful time in vineyards throughout the Midwest as grape harvest has been underway for three to four weeks, with another week or two likely in some areas.

But don’t leave summer behind just yet. There will be mild and warm days in October perfect to clear the shelves of those summer wines. Here are a few easy-to-find lighter style white and rosé wines I’ve enjoyed this summer.

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