Michigan Wine Industry Contributes $5.4 Billion in Economic Impact

The Michigan Grape & Wine Industry Council has published the results of an economic impact study confirming what members of the industry have long suspected – the growing industry is a substantial contributor of the state’s economy.

A statewide impact study and survey conducted by John Dunham & Associates revealed that Michigan’s wine industry is responsible for more than $5.4 billion in economic impact, including more than $426 million paid in state and local taxes.  The Michigan wine industry directly creates nearly 28,000 jobs.   More

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