Wineries of Old Mission Peninsula (WOMP) Wine Dinner
Saturday, April 9, 2016
As part of our celebration of Michigan Wine Month, the we have partnered with the Wineries of Old Mission Peninsula (WOMP) to host a special one-night food-wine pairing event. Wines from eight WOMP wineries will be paired with delicious small plates in Governors' Hall on Saturday, April 9, 2016, starting at 7:00pm.
Talented local musician Blake Elliott will be performing live throughout the night.
Participating wineries include: 2 Lads Winery, Black Star Farms, Bowers Harbor Vineyards, Brys Estates, Chateau Chantal, Chateau Grand Traverse, Hawthorne Vineyards and Peninsula Cellars.
DATE: Saturday, April 9, 2016
TIME: 7:00 pm
LOCATION: Governors' Hall at Grand Traverse Resort and Spa
TICKETS: $75 per adult and includes eight wine/food pairing tickets (price includes tax and gratuity).Tickets are available for purchase through on MyNorthTickets.com. Ticket buyers must be at least 21 years of age. Additional pairing tickets will be available for purchase on the day of event.
Take the Elevator Home
Make it an event to remember and stay the night with us on our WOMP Wine Dinner overnight package. Packages include:
- 1 Night Accommodation
- 1 WOMP (Wineries of Old Mission Peninsula) Dinner Ticket per adult. Dinner 7 - 10 pm, Michigan BallroomIncludes
- 8 wine/food pairing tickets
- Live music by Blake Elliott
You must be 21 years or older with a valid ID to attend our WOMP Wine Dinner.
Call 231-534-6000 for reservations or CLICK HERE.
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