Leelanau County, MI (May 17th, 2021): The Leelanau Peninsula Wine Trail is pleased to announce their upcoming three day event, Sip & Savor, from Friday, June 4 through Sunday, June 6.
Kick your summer off right with Leelanau Peninsula Wine Trail’s Sip & Savor trail-wide event. Sip & Savor combines some of the region’s most incredible and uniquely crafted wines, each hand-selected by the makers themselves, paired along with locally sourced cuisine. For an advance ticket purchase price of $45, ticket holders can enjoy a 2.5oz wine pour and a food pairing from each of the participating wineries, and an event-themed souvenir glass. The estimated ticket value is $300.
While each ticket holder can travel along the peninsula at their leisure, reservations are highly encouraged to get the most out of the experience, especially if you would like to enjoy additional offerings at particular wineries, such as wine by the glass. For this event, the trail’s wineries offer a wide variety of wine and ciders made with local varietals, such as Riesling, Chardonnay, Pinot Grigio, and American Sweet & Bittersweet Cider Apples. Food pairings include cheeses and cherry chicken salad to chocolate and strawberry rhubarb compote.
Leelanau Peninsula Wine Trail Contact, Nick Hartmann firstname.lastname@example.org, (231) 642-5550
Participating Wineries: (visit our website for winery addresses)
Grand Traverse Loop: Black Star Farms, Two K Farms, Mawby, Ciccone, Shady Lane Cellars, Rove Estate
Northern Loop: 45 North Vineyards & Winery, Leelanau Cellars, Aurora Cellars, Silver Leaf Vineyard, Verterra Winery
Sleeping Bear Loop: Bel Lago Vineyards & Winery, Amoritas Winery, Soul Squeeze Cellars, Good Harbor Vineyards, French Valley Vineyard, Boathouse Vineyards, Cherry Republic Winery
Tickets for this event are non-transferable and attendees must be prepared to show a valid, government-issued photo ID at each winery. The wineries will conduct business much in the same way that they are now with all precautions in place to create a safe environment for both guests and employees. Sip & Savor takes place over three days and will be limited to 500 total tickets to help mitigate the number of people at each winery at one time.
Tag us on social media @lpwines with your #SipandSavor adventures and stay tuned for more information about our next trail-wide event, Harvest Days, which takes place all September long.
About Leelanau Peninsula Wine Trail:
The Leelanau Peninsula Wine Trail is divided into three trails for easy touring: the Sleeping Bear Loop, the Northern Loop, and the Grand Traverse Bay Loop. Each tasting room along the trail offers its own unique experience, from pure elegance with unparalleled views to cozy nooks loaded with charm. As you sip wines and chat with laid-back winemakers that produce them, you’re sure to find many reasons to love the trail!