Tag Archives: Leelanau Peninsula

Mawby Sparkling

It is almost a sin, if we don’t stop at MAWBY Sparkling while we are up in the Traverse City area of Michigan.   You can find Mawby out near Suttons Bay and whether you know it as L. Mawby Vineyards … Continue reading

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Rove Estate

Rove Estate sits at the highest point of elevation on the Leelanau Peninsula and a family owned farm for five generations.  Creighton and McKenzie Gallagher represent the sixth generation farming the family plot and the estate is named after the … Continue reading

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Black Star Farms

Last year when Black Star Farms was awarded the Best Wine at the 2018 Canberra International Riesling Challenge for their Arcturos Dry Riesling 2017 all of my Social Media sites were bombarded as to whether or not I had tried … Continue reading

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Traverse City Thoughts

If one were to ask me where the center of the wine industry is in Michigan, I would have to immediately say Traverse City.   If you were to go back in time perhaps twenty years ago, you would have not … Continue reading

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The Last Night at the Inn

The Inn at Bay Harbor was a delightful choice for attending a board meeting, but alas those meetings go by so quickly.  It sometimes seems like it is go-go-go; and it is for the attendees.  I on the other hand … Continue reading

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Another Graduation Party

Here we are attending another graduation party and it was way out in the country, well at least it was the country when I was young.  With the Orange Cone Season underway in Michigan, Federal projects, not the promised State … Continue reading

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“Beam Me Up, Scotty”

I think “Beam Me Up, Scotty” is a quotation that most of the Western World would know, and I would even venture to say that the Millennials can identify it.  I am not a fan of television and haven’t watched … Continue reading

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