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Made in Michigan: Bowers Harbor Vineyards

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(myFOXDetroit.com) - Bowers Harbor Vineyards invites you to explore the epic views of Lake Michigan and sample award winning varietal wines in Traverse City.
It's a boutique winery located in Northern Michigan on picturesque Old Mission Peninsula.
They make Pinot Grigio, Chardonnay, Riesling, Pinot Noir, Cabernet Franc, and a signature meritage blend the 2896, Langley Vineyard.
A visit to the tasting room will afford you the opportunity to taste our sparkling wines, red wines, white wines, and view the quiet loveliness of Bowers Harbor.
Wine tasting is comfortable and inviting at Bowers Harbor Vineyards; no need to be intimidated!

Bowers Harbor Vineyards
2896 Bowers Harbor Road
Traverse City MI 49686
Phone - 800.616.7615
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