White Pine Winery

Southwest Michigan Winery and tasting room

The 2016 Ladyslipper Blush was awarded a Silver Medal and "Highly Recommended" rating by Tastings.com.

Dry rose' wines are all the rage for summer this year. Sales are growing by high double digits year over year and don't show any sign of slowing down. Our Ladyslipper Blush shows aromas and flavors of summer fruits - strawberries and cherries. The palate is soft and finishes clean and dry. Pair with salads, grilled veggies, barbecue and your favorite summer fruits.  Click the link for more info.

Tastings.com Ladyslipper Blush Review

White Pine released our first dry rose', Ladyslipper Blush, in 2017. It is decidedly pink with aromas and flavors of fresh cherries and strawberries - a perfect summer sipper. But the trend among some in the wine community has been toward rose's that are ever more pale and light. Now the jury is in and the verdict is: pale rose' is acidic and often without flavor. On the other hand rose's that are harvested later with riper grapes and more color have yielded more desriable wines with better flavor, color and balance.

Our wine maker, Dr. Dave Miller, structured the White Pine Lady Slipper Blush / Rose' to reflect the better balance and flavor of ripe grapes. "We harvest later to be sure we have ripe flavors", says Dr. Dave. The wine may have a bit more color but that just reflects the riper flavors you can expect from this delicious summer sipper.

Lady Slipper Blush is on sale!  To celebrate May  / Michigan Wine Month we are offering a $3 / bottle discount on Lady Slipper Blush, marked down from $16.99 to $13.99 / bottle. Come in for a cold bottle to sip on the deck tonight!

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The best Rose's have color and flavor

Crain's Detroit Business: "Dave Miller, Charlie Edson and Brian Hosmer are playing instrumental roles making Michigan a burgeoning name for producing exceptional wines"
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South Bend Tribune: “This is a world-class place, and it can produce world-class wines,” Miller says while standing in his St. Joseph tasting room. His vines are located by Bankson Lake, near Lawton, Mich.
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