turkey trot + local wine for a cause

The 6th annual Grand River Valley Wine Region turkey trot is around the corner. Join Debonné Vineyards, Ferrante Winery & Ristorante, Grand River Cellars Winery & Restaurant, Laurello Vineyards, and St. Joseph Vineyards on Saturday, November 9th from noon – 5 p.m. for this drive yourself tour of wine tasting paired with food samples for your Thanksgiving meal.

All five participating wineries are within 10 minutes of each.  Each winery will feature a different part of the Thanksgiving meal and pair two wines that compliment it.  In addition, recipes will be shared.  The cost is $5 per person at each winery, but if you bring a canned food item to each winery you will receive $1 off.  These food items will be donated to the local food banks.

The Winegrowers of the Grand River Valley formed a group several years ago when they began to realize how quickly their wine region was growing.  The Grand River Valley Wine Region is one of the fastest growing wine regions in the United States and has the quality wines to prove why.   Member wineries have achieved national and international recognition with award winning wines.  These wineries must adhere to strict standards. The Turkey Trot is just one of a series of events The Winegrowers of the Grand River Valley host each year.  Other events include the Ice Wine Festival and the Cask Tasting.

Turkey Trot Menu

– Debonne Vineyards –
Turkey Sliders
– Ferrante Winery & Ristorante –
Turkey Turnover with a Cranberry Wine Glaze
Grand River Cellars Winery & Restaurant
Bacon Cheddar Cornbread Stuffing
– Laurello Vineyards –
Cranberry Feta Pinwheels
– St. Joseph Vineyards –
Pumpkin Mousse Tart

No reservations necessary. You can learn more here.





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