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  1. Sips, Chips & Dips

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    Sips, Chips & Dips
    Leelanau Peninsula Wine Trail
    Saturday, March 23, 2019
    12 PM to 5 PM
    $10 per person

    Join the casual fun on Saturday, March 23, 2019, from 12 PM to 5 PM as participating wineries pair everyday snacks with Leelanau wine. This is a fantastic way to try lots of your favorite munchies and see how great they taste when complemented by wine. Tickets are $10 per person and include a snack-and-wine pairing at each participating winery, along with a fun souvenir wine glass.

    More info and tickets: https://www.lpwines.com/events/sips-chips-dips/

  2. Taste the Passion

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    Taste the Passion
    Leelanau Peninsula Wine Trail
    Saturday & Sunday, February 9 & 10, 2019
    $40 per person

    Join Taste the Passion – the SWEETEST event of the year! Winter Wonderland is here, and there’s “snow” much fun to be had along the trail! Gather your friends and embark on an adventure of snow-covered vineyards and sweet and savory bites paired with amazing wine, a Snow Fun Photo Contest, pop-up shopping and the chance to create your own wintery bliss. This fun-filled winter celebration along the Leelanau Peninsula Wine Trail takes place Saturday, February 9, from 11 AM to 5 PM and Sunday, February 10, from 12 PM to 5 PM. Tickets are $40 per person for both days and include a souvenir wine glass and delish wine and food pairings at each of the 24 participating wineries. Whether you’re hand-in-hand with your valentine or traversing the trail with your gal pals, it’s sure to be an unforgettable blast! Ages 21+, no refunds.

    More info and tickets: https://www.lpwines.com/events/taste-the-passion/

  3. Sips & Soups

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    Sips & Soups
    Leelanau Peninsula Wine Trail
    Saturday, January 12, 2019
    12 to 5 pm
    $20 per person

    Experience the magic of the wine trail covered in a glistening blanket of snow, while sipping savory soups and hearty chilis paired with delicious Pinot Noirs, Rieslings, Chardonnays and more! Tickets to this SOUPer event are $20 and include a souvenir wine glass and soup and wine pairings at 20 wineries. In addition, $5 for each ticket sold is being donated to local food banks coordinated by Leelanau Christian Neighbors. Ages 21+, no refunds.

    More info and tickets: https://www.lpwines.com/events/sips-soups/

  4. Leelanau Peninsula Named in the Top 3 Best Wine Regions

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    October 1, 2018 (Leelanau Peninsula, MI)

    Leelanau Peninsula Named Top Wine Region Consumers Name Leelanau Peninsula in the Top Three Best Wine Regions in the Country by USA Today and Favorite Overall Wine Trail in Michigan by Michigan by the Bottle.

    The Leelanau Peninsula Wine Trail has been named in the top three best wine regions in the country in the 10Best Readers’ Choice travel award contest promoted by USA Today. In addition, the Leelanau Peninsula Wine Trail was just named Best Overall Wine Region in Michigan by Michigan by the Bottle Readers’ Choice Awards.

    “We are thrilled that Leelanau Peninsula has been recognized by both the USA Today and Michigan by the Bottle,” states Lorri Schreiber, Executive Director of the Leelanau Peninsula Wine Trail. “It’s such an honor to be included on these exclusive lists.”

    In addition to best wine trail, Leelanau Peninsula achieved several other awards by the Michigan by the Bottle Readers’ Choice Awards including Toast the Season, taking place in November, as the best wine event and Blustone Vineyards as the best winery.

    “We’re excited to hear that guest are enjoying our wineries and events and are working hard to continually enhance their experiences while hanging out with us along the trail,” shares Schreiber.


    Did you know? 

    The Leelanau Peninsula is the second oldest American Viticultural Area in the state of Michigan. The area is now home to 25 wineries with 680 acres of wine grapes–a quarter of the state’s total. The cool climate produces wines that are often crisp, clean and balanced, as well as ice wine. The trail is divided into three mini-trails for easy touring: the Sleeping Bear Loop, the Northern Peninsula Loop and the Grand Traverse Bay Loop. Wineries are located within diverse microclimates uniquely suited for a variety of wine grapes. Among the internationally acclaimed varietals are Riesling, Pinot Grigio, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Cabernet Franc. The local wines continue to achieve national and international accolades with each passing vintage.


    For more information, please contact: Lorri Schreiber Executive Director, Leelanau Peninsula Wine Trail (231) 944-5220 [email protected]

    Photo credit: Nick Wisda © http://www.nickwisda.com/ All Rights Reserved. ® Shot at Rove Estate, Vineyard & Tasting Room