We asked a local for tips on how to experience Traverse City's microbreweries.
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We've asked the folks of the nine distinct wineries from the Wineries of Old Mission Peninsula for tips on how to experience the wine trail at its fullest.TEASER BREAK
Here's what they had to say...
Do: Tell your server what kinds of wine you enjoy. We want to be able to help you find some wines you