Here in Traverse City, we are all about the vino. We’re also all about girl power, which is why we sat down with two of the leading women in wine in northern Michigan—Marie-Chantal Dalese, President and CEO of Chateau Chantal, and Sherri Fenton, Manager Owner of Black Star Farms—to chat about the industry…and get recs for our next favorite vintage!
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Welcome to the fourth part in our series Behind the Tasting Room! We are continuing our look behind the winemakers' curtain focusing on wineries and vineyards in the Traverse City region. Today's feature is covering Black Star Farms, enjoy a sneak peek of the future and an in-depth look at what's happening in the cellar.
Sunny September days in Northern Michigan are made for a morning on the links followed by an afternoon in the vines. Below, you’ll find the perfect pairing for your Traverse City golf and grapes adventure, along with insider tips to up your golf game and create an amazing wine tasting experience.
What happens when two world travelers from California visit Michigan, and more specifically, Traverse City for the first time?
The Old Mission Peninsula Wine Trail®, north of Traverse City, feature some of the best wines in Michigan. As we get ready to celebrate Michigan Wine Month in April, here’s a look at what makes the eight distinct Old Mission Peninsula Wine Trail® stand out from the crowd of more than 100 Michigan wineries.
It’s the time of the year for giving and receiving, and celebrating with those we love. It’s also a great time to give and celebrate with wine, try new wines and see how pairing the right wine with your holiday meal can enhance your
By MIKE NORTON
Winter or no winter, you somehow just feel more like heading outside when the sun is out. And what better way to enjoy the beautiful rolling scenery of the Leelanau Peninsula than to do a little winter wine touring?
Even though winter snows look like they’ll continue to cover the
By MIKE NORTON
It was a beautiful weekend on the Old Mission Peninsula. Blue skies were punctuated by an occasional flurry of snow, and Grand Traverse Bay was frozen solid: a sheet of unbroken white, bordered on