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World Class Grapes & Wine

Grown in Michigan

Exceptional Wine

comes from exceptional grapes.

We hand-nurture our grapes from the time they are planted until the grapes are harvested from our beautiful southwest Michigan vineyard. The care and attention we take in growing our grapes results in vibrant and distinctive wines.

Featured Wines

Produced near the shore of Lake Michigan.

2018 TANNAT

2018 Blanc de Blanc

2016 Estate Red Blend

2018 Estate White Blend

Visit

the Tasting Room

Our tasting room is the perfect place to relax and indulge. Enjoy beautiful vineyard views from our indoor or outdoor seating.

Join the Wine Club

for exclusive perks and discounts.

Enjoy first access to our premiere vintage wines and new release wines, exclusive Wine Club events, half-off tastings, 20% discount on wine, and more. Our Wine Club member’s enjoy a unique insider-experience at Dablon.

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Vines Planted by Hand

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Nurtured Grapes

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Harvest & Winemaking

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Barrel Room & Bottling

COMMENTARY

Observations about the Dablon Experience.

“Dablon Vineyards & Winery is one of my favorite places to visit. The tasting room is beautiful and welcoming in any season and we love the wine and warm welcome. I’ve been fortunate enough to try many vintages from Dablon over the years, and I keep a couple of bottles in my cellar for special events. When I visit a winery, I always look around to see if everyone else is having fun, and it never fails: Dablon makes people happy!”

Jill Barth

Wine Writer & Contributor to Forbes, USA Today, Wine Enthusiast, & More

“Before you wine snobs pshaw the notion of “Midwest” and “Napa Valley” co-existing in the same sentence, take a few swigs of Dablon’s 2015 Estate Red Blend or Domaine Berrien Cellars’ 2016 Crown of Cabernet, and then we’ll talk.”

Lori Rackl

The Chicago Tribune

“What sets Dablon apart from its peers? A couple things do, in my view. First, their Burgundian-type wines are very good, but Dablon’s overall strength is in age-worthy Bordeaux style reds. This puts them in relatively rare company in Michigan, but what sets them apart from even from the other winemakers  that produce strong is their willingness to experiment with different varieties. Cabernet Sauvignon and Syrah are relatively rare in Michigan, but Malbec, Tannat, Tempranillo, and Petit Verdot are almost unheard of. Nebbiolo is only grown one other place in the state to my knowledge, and as noted above Carmenere is probably unique to Dablon.”

Josh Wright

Sipology