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Wine Clubs That Ship To Michigan1

Do you want to ship wine to Michigan? Looking for a wine club that ships to Michigan? We found some great wine clubs that ship to Michigan and have listed them below.

Since 2005, the state of Michigan permits direct shipping from wineries to consumers, but shipping from retailers is strictly prohibited.  Fortunately, there are a number of high quality wine of the month clubs that ship to Michigan.  We've reviewed so many wine clubs and lucky for me — many of them were able to ship them to me (I live in Michigan), so I can fully review them.  However, they all didn't make the cut to our “top list”.  We have a full list of all the wine clubs that we've reviewed that will ship to Michigan below.  However, we've also featured the best wine clubs that ship to Michigan here.  These are our top wine clubs that ship to Michigan!

The Best Wine Clubs That Ship To Michigan

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The California Wine Club – Premier Club Review

The California Wine Club – Premier Club

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We reviewed this club many times over, and have enjoyed every delivery.  In this review post, we'll share our ...Read more

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2 The California Wine Club – Aged Cabernet Club Review

The California Wine Club – Aged Cabernet Club

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The name pretty much says it, doesn't it?  The "Aged Cabernet Series" by the CAWineClub gives you exactly what its ...Read more

3 The California Wine Club – Signature Series Club Review

The California Wine Club – Signature Series Club

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The Signature Series from The California Wine Club is one of their top clubs, featuring award-winning, 90+ point rated ...Read more

4 TheCalifornia Wine Club – Simply Red Club Review

TheCalifornia Wine Club – Simply Red Club

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(This club no longer exists) I am not only "partial" to Red Wine -- I LOVE Red Wine. And, I strongly prefer red wine ...Read more


Want some information about Michigan Wines?  (Even if you're not shipping wines to Michigan, you may want to know a bit about our wine history!)

With 15,000 acres of vineyards to its name, Michigan is the fourth largest grape-growing state in the nation, an industry that contributes over 790 million dollars of value to the local economy and nearly 5,000 jobs to workers throughout the state. The majority of the grapes grown in Michigan are Concord and Niagara varieties and are primarily used in the production of jams, jellies, and juices. Only 2,650 acres are currently devoted to wine grapes, a number which has doubled in the last ten years. While grapes used for wine only account for a small percentage of the total state grape harvest, Michigan still ranks fifth in national wine grape production. There are currently over one hundred commercial wineries in the state, producing 1.4 million gallons of wine each year. Vinifera varietals such as Chardonnay, Riesling, Pinot Noir, Pinot Grigio, and Cabernet Franc account for the majority of the state’s wine grapes, though hybrid varietals are also fairly prominent. Concord and Niagara grapes, both native to Michigan, account for only a small percentage of the wine grape industry and are typically used to make sweet wines. The grapes are grown throughout Michigan’s four federally approved viticultural areas: Fennville, Lake Michigan Shore, Leelanau Peninsula, and Old Mission Peninsula. It is important to note that all four wine-growing regions are within 25 miles of Lake Michigan, as the lake effect creates a micro-climate suitable for grape cultivation. While these regions are far removed from major metropolitan centers like Detroit, Lansing and Ann Arbor, Michigan’s wine country is easily accessible from Kalamazoo, Grand Rapids and Traverse City

If you're not coming to our fine state of Michigan to enjoy the local wines, then you may want to consider shipping a wine club to a Michigan resident, by using one of our recommendations here!

More great wine clubs that ship to Michigan

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5 Gold Medal Wine Club – Gold Club Review

Gold Medal Wine Club – Gold Club

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This "Gold Medal Series" from Gold Medal Wine Club, is their most popular "acclaim-driven" wine of the month club. ...Read more

6 Gold Medal Wine Club – Pinot Noir Club Review

Gold Medal Wine Club – Pinot Noir Club

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Pinor Noir lovers will appreciate the Pinot Noir Series from Gold Medal Wine Club. The club includes 2 bottles shipped ...Read more

7 Gold Medal Wine Club – Platinum Club Review

Gold Medal Wine Club – Platinum Club

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This Platinum wine of the month club from Gold Medal Wine Clubs really shines!  (Sorry for the dorky opener.) ...Read more

8 Gold Medal Wine Club – Diamond Club Review

Gold Medal Wine Club – Diamond Club

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Now this wine of the month club from Gold Medal Wine Clubs is insanely good. Out of all of the different ...Read more

9 International Wine of the Month Club – Collectors Series Review

International Wine of the Month Club – Collectors Series

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With featured selections valued between $30-60 a bottle, the Collectors Series from MonthlyClubs.com is perfect for the ...Read more

10 International Wine of the Month Club – Masters Series Review

International Wine of the Month Club – Masters Series

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A fine balance between the quality of MonthlyClubs.com‘s Collectors Series and the value of The Premier Series, The ...Read more

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11 International Wine of the Month Club – Premier Series Review

International Wine of the Month Club – Premier Series

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The Premier Series from The International Wine of the Month Club (MonthlyClubs.com) is perfect for the wine drinkers ...Read more

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12 The (Original) Wine of the Month Club:  Classic Series Review

The (Original) Wine of the Month Club: Classic Series

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The Classic Series from The Original Wine of The Month Club (R) is the club that started it all. Quick Summary ...Read more

13 The (Original) Wine of the Month Club:  Vintners Series Review

The (Original) Wine of the Month Club: Vintners Series

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The Vintner Series from The Wine of The Month Club (R) is a way to step up to a broader opportunities of delicious ...Read more

14 The (Original) Wine of the Month Club:  Limited Series Review

The (Original) Wine of the Month Club: Limited Series

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The Limited Series from The Wine of The Month Club (R) is a way to get amazing hard to find, delicious wines. ...Read more

15 The (Original) Wine of the Month Club:  Cellar Series Review

The (Original) Wine of the Month Club: Cellar Series

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The Cellar Series from The Wine of The Month Club (R) is a way to get amazing values in wine to stock up your ...Read more

16 The (Original) Wine of the Month Club:  California Series Review

The (Original) Wine of the Month Club: California Series

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The California Series from The Wine of The Month Club (R) is a way to get amazing California-only Wines. ...Read more

17 The California Wine Club – International Series Review

The California Wine Club – International Series

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Although you would expect all wines that come from the California Wine Club to be from California, the International ...Read more

18 The California Wine Club – Pacific Northwest Review

The California Wine Club – Pacific Northwest

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The California Wine Club long ago expanded beyond offering just California wines. They have taken their hands-on ...Read more

19 Plonk Wine Club Review

Plonk Wine Club

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Plonk is impressive!  Particularly if you want to explore new wines, try new varietals and be exposed to unique ...Read more

20 Winc Wine Club Review

Winc Wine Club

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This customized Wine Club takes your personal tastes to create the ideal monthly delivery of wine direct to your door!Read more

21 WSJ Wine Club Review (Wall Street Journal Wine Club)

WSJ Wine Club Review (Wall Street Journal Wine Club)

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Be ready for the busy upcoming season with Top 12 wines. You'll uncork them all for ONLY $69.99 (plus $19.99 shipping & ...Read more

22 Laithwaites Wine Club Review

Laithwaites Wine Club

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Try six favorites for only $39.99 (plus $9.99 shipping & applicable tax)—the perfect way to show you what the ...Read more

23 Naked Wines Wine Club Review

Naked Wines Wine Club

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NakedWines.com is not your traditional wine club, but can be a unique experience for those who love to choose ...Read more

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24 Firstleaf Wine Club Review

Firstleaf Wine Club

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First shipment: 6 bottles for just $40 I recently received a shipment from the Firstleaf Wine Club, promoted as "A ...Read more

25 Macy's Wine Cellar Wine Club Review

Macy's Wine Cellar Wine Club

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Not recommended at this time.Read more

26 International Wine of the Month Club – Bold Reds Wine Club Review

International Wine of the Month Club – Bold Reds Wine Club

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With featured selections valued between $30-60 a bottle, the Collectors Series from MonthlyClubs.com is perfect for the ...Read more

27 Vinesse Sparkling Wine Club Review

Vinesse Sparkling Wine Club

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Sparkling wines from the Old World (including France, Spain, Italy, and Portugal) as well as the New World (California ...Read more

28 Vinesse Light & Sweet Wine Club Review

Vinesse Light & Sweet Wine Club

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One of the best clubs available for sweet wine lovers, the Light & Sweet Wine Club from Vinesse features white ...Read more

29 Is American Cellars Wine Club a Scam?

Is American Cellars Wine Club a Scam?

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We've been getting a lot of questions lately about American Cellars Wine Club and whether it is a scam. We have now ...Read more

30 Rosé Wine Club

Rosé Wine Club

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Offers come and go, and the 15 bottle offer from WSJWine Club is gone. But we've found these other Rose Wine deals: ...Read more

31 Wine and Music from Virgin Wines

Wine and Music from Virgin Wines

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Virgin Wines has introduced a new wine club that "Rocks". It's not a monthly wine club, sending a couple bottles of ...Read more

32 Vinesse Wine Club Review

Vinesse Wine Club

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Vinesse offers wine by the bottle or case, and also offers an excellent "Monthly wine club" at an exceptional value. ...Read more


Even though commercial winemaking first began in 1863, it was not until after the repeal of Prohibition that Michigan’s wine industry truly began to grow. By 1900, the state only had five small vineyards, producing 33,000 gallons of wine annually.   After Prohibition, an increasing number of wineries began to open, most of which specialized in fruit and sweet wines, a trend that continued well into the 1970s. Due to a growing demand for domestic fine wines, the Tabor Hill Winery opened in 1971 and was the first Michigan vintner to specialize in vinifera wines. Around that time, Michigan State University established an agricultural research program to support the local wine industry, a partnership which continues on today. Currently, the Michigan Grape and Wine Council have high hopes for the future of winemaking in Michigan, with goals of increasing wine grape production to 10,000 acres by 2024.

For a vineyard with a rich history, be sure to visit the St. Julian Winery. Founded in Windsor, Ontario by Italian Mariano Meconi in 1921, this winery began as the Border City Wine Cellar. Following the repeal of Prohibition, Mariano moved his enterprise to Detroit in 1934. Just two years later, Meconi relocated yet again to the winery’s current location in Paw Paw and gave his company a new name, The Italian Wine Company. Interestingly, the current winery name was adopted about a decade later when Meconi wanted to defuse the growing antifascist sentiment during World War II. Visit this historic winery in Southwestern Michigan: https://www.stjulian.com/index.cfm

Even though Michigan’s viticulutral regions only occupy a small portion of the state, there are still plenty of beautiful vineyards to explore and high-quality local wines to drink. Wine country awaits!

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