Welcome to the first installment of Behind the Tasting Room! The next several weeks we are taking a look behind the winemakers' curtain and will be highlighting several wineries in the Traverse City region. The first feature is covering Bonobo Winery, enjoy a sneak peek of the future and an in-depth look at the what's happening in the cellar.
Tag - Wineries of Old Mission Peninsula
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Vacations should be relaxing. Exploration should be a delight. And there is nothing that kills the joy of discovery or the bliss of goofing off quite as thoroughly as trying to cram too many experiences and too many sights into your precious vacation time.
Four years ago, my wife Heather and I rented a house on the Leelanau Peninsula, just to the south and west of Northport. We had recently become a family of five -- our twin girls were 11 months old and our oldest daughter had just turned four.
It was a long weekend getaway at a time when we were considering a move to Traverse City from our home in metro Detroit. We loved Traverse City, and had visited many times, but never in May.
As we wait for the return of autumn’s annual color show, we’ve reached out to the Old Mission Peninsula Wine Trail to learn where they like to enjoy the dazzling display of fall color -- and of course, their favorite fall wines.
Tell us a little about what the Director of Publications & Ad Sales does at Traverse City Tourism?
As part of the marketing team, I am in charge of design which includes the Visitor Guide, brochures, advertisements, promotional items, Visitor Center displays, photography, videos…the list goes on.
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
We've landed on countless lists citing Traverse City, Michigan as a mecca for the gastronomically enthusiastic traveler. But what makes our little lakeside town such a delight for the culinary tourist? I've narrowed it down to 5 1/2 reasons why I love our foodie town.
- Yep, I still get the kayak out in November, December, January...
By MIKE NORTON Local wits like to say that if you don't like the weather in Traverse City, all you have to do is wait five minutes. This past Thanksgiving weekend was certainly a good illustration of that. Thankful is what we