Publican Quality Meats Featuring Stand-Out Local Winemaker Chateau Grand Traverse on Feb. 5th

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January 14, 2013 at 3:28 pm

Soon, you’ll have a unique opportunity to see the potential of locally-produced wine. Chateau Grand Traverse has been making wine on Old Mission Peninsula in Michigan since 1973. It mostly focuses on Rieslings — especially the dry variety — but now, as the second generation is taking over, it is experimenting with other types such as GrĂ¼ner Veltliner and Gamay. Last year, their incredibly special Lot 49 Riesling was named Jancis Robinson’s Wine of the Week in a blind-tasting with Riesling from all over the world.

There are some places you can find Chateau Grand Traverse around town, but few places better than at a dinner with food specially prepared by Publican Quality Meats. This four-course meal features food that pairs ideally with the cool-climate wines made by CGT. You’ll even get to try the Lot 49! The dinner is sure to sell out, so make your reservations soon. More information here.

View from CGT Vineyards
Vineyards at Chateau Grand Traverse

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