In these two videos from 45th Magazine, Dan Matthies shows how the grapes are processed.
Picture driving back roads through the hills of the Leelanau Peninsula in a bright red, souped-up Dodge Charger for three days, with weather more beautiful than anyone has a right to expect in mid-November, bouncing from winery to winery and tasting some of the very best wines the appellation has to offer, and you’ll get some idea of what our adventure in northern Michigan was like last month.
Our intrepid band of explorers, all of whom serve on the tasting panel for Michwine.com, consisted of Master Sommelier Claudia Tyagi, retired engineer and avid wine aficionado David Rusnell, Gang of Pour Chief Cook and Bottle Washer Kim Adams and this taster.
You must not miss this report. Claudia Tyagi, David Rusnell, Kim Adams, and George Heritier descend upon Leelanau wineries and provide us with in-depth features of the wineries, tasting notes, and some great videos.
Master Sommelier Claudia Tyagi and Gang of Pour co-founder George Heritier give their impressions of Leelanau Peninsula.
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