Michigan-only wine competition has several new twists

By Mark Urban murban@record-eagle.com

TRAVERSE CITY — Medals are nice, feedback is even better.

A new Michigan Wine Collaborative competition is offering vineyards a chance to do both. The 2023 Michigan Governor’s Cup has a couple of other new wrinkles for the competition exclusive to state wines, meads and ciders.

The new event is also the first time the MWC is partnering with the Beverage Tasting Institute in Chicago. In addition to providing an expert panel of blind tastings to rate and rank Michigan-produced wines, ciders and meads, BTI will offer wineries a chance to receive constructive criticism…

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