PRESS & AWARDS
A Visit to Dablon Vineyards – September 2021
Wine Tasting in a Winter Wonderland – January 2021
Outdoor Entertainment in Michigans’ Winter Wonderland – December 2020
A Quick And Easy Guide To Michigan Wine – June 2020
Raising the Wine Perception – April 2020
A Quick and Easy Guide to Michigan Wine – February 2020
Cold, Wet Seasons a Bad Mix for Michigan Wineries’ Grape Harvest – November 2019
Michigan’s Wine Business on the Grow – October 2019
Southwest Michigans Vineyards Boast Variety – June 2019
Wine Enthusiast Rates Dablon Vineyards Wine – February 2018
Cressy & Everett Real Estate Blog – September 2017
Visit the Lake Michigan Shore Wine Trail – eightWest on Wood TV Grand Rapids
Film & Vino: Off The Water, February 2016
Dablon invites wine lovers to tour vineyard: Off The Water, April 2016
Burgundy Flair in Michigan: Dablon Winery Debuts – Midwest Wine Press
Oakland Community College Wine Competition Great Lakes – Great Wines
More bling for our bottles from the 2016 competition! Our 2013 Dablon Pinot Noir received a silver medal, and our 2013 Dablon Chardonnay was awarded a bronze medal!
On the latest episode of MBTB Radio, Shannon & Cortney Casey talked with Bill Schopf, owner of Dablon Vineyards in Baroda, about his winery’s emergence on the southwest Michigan wine scene, the unusual (to Michigan) varietals he’s growing and more.
Versatile Verjus by Paula Bartholome, Edible Michiana
“This one-time staple of French provincial cooking is made from green grapes culled from their vines and crushed. These grapes are from the same vines that provide grapes used to make Dablon’s traditional, French-style wines. The culling allows the vine to put all its energy and nutrients into remaining grapes. Rather than throw the green grapes out or compost them, Dablon Winery used them to make a hard-to-find culinary item: verjus.”
Oakland Community College Wine Competition
Dablon Vineyards is proud to share the results of the 2015 event. Our 2013 Carmenere was awarded a double gold medal, and our 2013 Malbec and Cabernet Franc received bronze medals!