Michigan has long been known for its apples, cherries, blueberries and more. Indiana has raspberries, blackberries, peaches and more. Winemakers have been turning those fruits into wines for decades.
While fruit wine often gets the cold shoulder from snooty wine drinkers, those wines remain some of the best sellers throughout the Midwest.
But what do you do for dinner if your wine rack only has fruit wine choices? It’s just a matter of experimentation and perhaps a little direction from others.
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