Collaborative Hires New Project Director via Specialty Crop Block Grant As the Michigan Wine Collaborative continues to grow, the need for one individual to coordinate its multi-faceted goals has been observed: enter Emily Dockery, a fresh face with an associates degree in Enology & Viticulture from Lake Michigan College and International Studies from Kalamazoo Valley.…Details
Post-harvest drive underway for the Collaborative Thrice for good measure: Cheers, cheers, and cheers to another fruitful Michigan harvest season! Growth, quality, and consistency are clear distinctions in our region, and we’d like to congratulate and thank all parties involved in keeping Michigan special. As Thanksgiving season draws near, we’re taking a few new…Details
The March 2017 newsletter is out! Download it here.
February 2017 Newsletter Thank you for your support of the Michigan Wine Collaborative! With your help, we have been able to continue our work in the following committees: Communication, Finance, Grants and Legislation, Research and Education, Membership, and Sustainability. We look forward to your participation, as all talents are welcomed and needed in order to…Details
2017 Annual Meeting The Annual Meeting of the Michigan Wine Collaborative will be held on Thursday, February 23, 2017 at 5:30 PM, at the Grand Traverse Resort in Acme, Michigan. The purpose of the meeting is for the election of directors and the transaction of such other business as may be properly brought before the…Details
The Michigan Wine Collaborative (MWC), a newly created not-for-profit organization, announces its official formation after substantial work, gathering input from the wine and wine grape industry. The mission of the MWC is to enhance the sustainability and profitability of the Michigan wine industry by supporting wineries, growers and other businesses and individuals connected to the…Details