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Sip Happens! Don’t Miss the TC Art & Wine Festival 2013, June 21st-22nd

164560_495780278092_7201281_nThe Traverse City Art & Wine Festival, held annually at the Grand Traverse Commons.

This year will be the hottest ever as the live music features formerly elusive, “Rodriguez,” who shot to stardom in the Oscar-winning documentary, ‘Searching for Sugar Man.’

All the fun happens Friday, June 21st and Saturday, June 22nd at this celebration of the region’s wineries and the spectacular culture of Northwest Michigan.

More than 4,000 people attended last year, but if that wasn’t enough, this year an exciting new addition is the exclusive Friday evening “Winemakers Party.” We’re talking total VIP treatment here, where attendees get to try some of the area’s best wines while chatting with the wine makers who created them. 

The Winemakers Party will be from 6-9 PM on the grounds of the Grand Traverse Commons and will feature many of our Festival winemakers mingling with attendees as they each offer tastes or glasses of a single wine for your enjoyment.

As a perfect accompaniment, chefs from seven of the finest restaurants in Leelanau, Old Mission and Traverse City will each present a single small plate designed to perfectly pair with our wines.

For just $50 a limited number of attendees will receive 8 wine tasting tickets and 3 small plate tickets.

Come raise a glass with us!

Look out for Bay Area Recycle for Charities, as they will be in charge of all your recyclables for this event!

Bay Area Recycle for Charities, or BARC, will be present to collect all your recyclables and answer any questions you may have.

BARC is a non-profit organization that wishes to inspire and educate all members of the community to utilize the beneficial practices of reuse and recycling to in turn support charitable programs and activities in the community.

BARC focuses its efforts on converting recyclables into revenues not only to support itself and fund its expansion, but to achieve its ultimate goal of giving maximum donations to local charities.

Bay Area Recycling for Charities offers easy, convenient options for maximizing the effect of your recycling, beginning with drop-off sites and pick-up service. The profits from the resources collected will be contributed to local charities.

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Lodging packets are available for the TC Art & Wine Festival through the following link: http://traversecitywinefestival.com/lodging-packages/

Get your tickets for the WineMakers Party before they’re gone! http://traversecitywinefestival.com/tickets/

Wineries & Wines

2 Lads Winery ~ 2011 Rose of Cabernet Franc
Bel Lago Vineyards & Winery ~ 2011 Auxerrois
Black Star Farms ~ 2011 Pinot Noir
Blustone Vineyards ~ 2011 Riesling
Bowers Harbor Vineyards ~ 2011 Riesling, Smokey Hollow
Brengman Brothers ~ 2011 Gewurztraminer
Brys Estate Vineyard & Winery ~ 2011 Pinot Noir
Chateau Chantal ~ 2011 Pinot Gris
Chateau de Leelanau ~ 2011 Bianca
Chateau Fontaine ~ 2011 White Riesling
Chateau Grand Traverse ~ 2011 Lot 49 Riesling
Forty-Five North ~ 2011 Rose of Cabernet Franc
Good Harbor Vineyards ~ 2011 Gruner Veltliner
Gill’s Pier Vineyard & Winery ~ 2010 Cabernet Franc / Merlot
Good Neighbor Organic ~ Gewurztraminer
L. Mawby ~ Cremant Classic (en tirage 2009 /degorgement 2011)
Laurentide ~ 2011 Sauvignon Blanc
Leelanau Cellars ~ 2011 Vignoles
Left Foot Charley ~ 2012 Sauvignon Blanc
Northern Natural Winery ~ 2011 Chardonnay
Shady Lane Cellars ~ 2010 Franc ‘n’ Franc
Verterra Winery ~ 2011 Reserve Red

Restaurants

Bistro Fou Fou / La Becasse ~ Escargot & ramp risotto
Hearth & Vine Cafe at Black Star Farms ~ Coffee and red wine braised beef short ribs with polenta, chevre, sage and pea shoots
The Cooks’ House ~ Northern Indian vegetarian curry with basmati rice
Epicure Catering ~ Wine poached Lake Michigan trout with asparagus and smoked butter pesto on herbed barley
Trattoria Stella ~ Grilled focaccia, melted stracchino cheese, heirloom tomatoes, basil, extra virgin olive oil, salt

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