Michigan Wine Producers Association

The purpose of the association is "protecting and enhancing Michigan's wine industry by protecting our right to produce, market and provide consumers with Michigan produced wine."

There are two levels of membership. Licensed Michigan wineries have a $4000 regular annual membership fee with voting rights. Smaller wineries or trails can come together to purchase a membership with one voting member. The associate member fee is $100, with no voting rights.

The firm Kelley Cawthorne monitors the industry's legislative concerns and sends informational newsletters to the members of the association.

Mike Beck is President of the Association, Bob Jacobson is Treasurer and Marie-Chantal Dalese is Secretary.

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