Maker: Good Harbor, Leland, Michigan, USA
Place of origin: Leelanau Peninsula, Michigan, USA
Cherries: Montmorency, Balaton.
Purchased for $12
Notes: Estate grown.
Appearance: Brick red.
Nose: Spiced cherry pie,
Palate: Medium bodied. Tart cherries, nectarine, white pepper.
Finish: Black cherries slowly morphing into a lingering tartness.
Parting words: I don’t recall ever drinking, let alone seeing, an estate grown Michigan cherry wine before this one. Lots of credit to Good Harbor for taking cherry wine seriously and most of all, making a very good one. This is an elegant dessert wine that’s worth every penny. Good Harbor Cherry Wine is highly recommended.
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A Michigan wine review from “Sipology”.