Back in September of 2019, Detroit welcomed its first new winery in 60 years. Detroit Vineyards treats guests to vino with grapes grown in and around the city as well as throughout Michigan. The new kid on the block hosts a packed menu of sumptuous wines to tempt and please new and seasoned fans alike.
This is great news for wine lovers from here in Michigan and far beyond its borders; those who see wine as an experience to be savored and much more than simply a drink. In fact, many of Detroit’s most popular wine destinations include patio seating from intimate to casual, gourmet food options, unforgettable live music, and even wine-themed exercise distractions such as yoga and cycling.
It’s even better with a place to call home in close proximity to all these delicious wine destinations. Indeed, there are many luxury apartments for rent in Michigan with easy access to your favorite grape-inspired beverage. The Lofts of Merchants Row is one of the city’s finest, offering an enviable cast of apartment amenities catering to a discerning luxury audience. When it’s time to head out on the town, many of Detroit’s go-to wine getaways are within walking distance or a short cab ride.
Best of all, one of the world’s most respected wine authorities, Wine Spectator (a magazine dedicated to wine and its culture), included well over two dozen metro Detroit restaurant establishments on its prestigious and respected collection of nearly 4,000 restaurants around the world that offer spectacular wine lineups. This list of heavy hitters is reviewed for 1,000-plus wine menus, highly respected wine cellars, a deep bench of vintages and bottles, and presentation.
When looking for nice apartments in Detroit close to the city’s best in wine, here are 5 of Detroit’s most enticing destinations for your next night out:
Vertical opened in 2015 and its owners brought 50 years of combined vino expertise to downtown’s first high-end wine-focused restaurant. At once luxurious and comfortable, Vertical offers something for everyone. Located in downtown’s historic Paradise Valley district, patrons can go luxury or keep it casual.
Big Rock Chophouse
This award-winning favorite not only serves delicious wine, guests can also tap into The Reserve to host their next big event, complemented with the finest cuisine. The Hot Rocks Diamond Crown Cigar Lounge is another popular attraction for enjoying a cigar with a rosy glass of wine.
They call it redefined contemporary. Parc channels Detroit’s European roots and generations-deep industrial leader to offer a restaurant blend of a variety of cultures and locations. A seasoned culinary team presents seasonal menus complemented by breathtaking city views. Parc is also winner of several best-of awards for its dedicated service and spectacular wine list.
One of Detroit’s most elegant and comfortable destinations, with art deco chandeliers complementing world-class wines and mouth-watering dry-aged steaks.
This Forbes-recommended shining star serves up a tantalizing menu from appetizers to desserts, top-shelf wines, and an exclusive dining experience that never loses its personal touch.