Michigan B&B Inns Celebrate Wine Month

Michigan Wine MonthApril is officially “Wine Month” in Michigan and its signature Lake to Lake-member B&Bs are celebrating with special savings, deals and packages all spring long.

J. Paules Fenn Inn in Fennville, a blink of an eye from the Lake Michigan beach towns of Saugatuck and South Haven, discounts guest rooms by five percent all season long to visitors attending events at nearby Fenn Valley Winery.

White Rabbit Inn in Lakeside, along the Lake Michigan shore, gives guests who book any stay of any length on any night of the week during the month of April a free 2-for-1 wine tasting coupon, compliments of neighboring St. Julian Winery in Union Pier.

Kalamazoo House B&B, boasting dozens of wineries within a two-hour driving radius of its downtown Kalamazoo location, summed it up in a blog saluting the state’s wine industry–fourth largest in the nation.

Dizzy Daisy Winery was once a dairy farm in Michigan’s Thumb — hence its unusual name. The State Street Inn in Harbor Beach invites their guests to enjoy its two-day Wine, Chocolate & Cheese Affair this coming weekend, April 20 and 21.

Days Gone by B&B in Northport is welcoming those lucky enough to secure advance reservations to stay at their inn during the Leelanau Peninsula’s 25-winery celebration, called “Spring Sip & Savor,” on May 4.

And in St. Joseph, close by the celebrated Round Barn Winery, Dove Nest B&B is offering guests 10 percent off their already lower off-season pricing through April when they come to celebrate the grape.

 Michigan is home to 101 wineries, all with distinctive vintages and unique histories, legends and lore. You can taste them all using Michigan Wine Trails, a comprehensive resource produced by the Michigan Grape and Wine Industry Council.