Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Holiday "Tannenbaum Trail" Tour of Ohio Wineries

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The Ohio Wine Producers Association has announced a fun holiday event for wine lovers with wine, food and good times.

The Tannenbaum Trail is a self driving tour of some outstanding regional wineries. You have three weekends (Fridays & Saturdays-Noon to 6pm) to visit 13 northeast Ohio wineries.

At a designated winery, you will pick up a boxed 15” miniature Christmas tree, that includes ribbon garland and miniature lights. You also receive a Schott Zwiesel crystal wine glass. As you travel from winery to winery you will receive one or two samples of wine and an appetizer per person. You also get an Christmas ornament to trim your tree.

 Tannenbaum Trail weekends are December 4-5, 11-12 and 18-19.The cost is $35 per person and $45 per couple.

Participating wineries are: Biscotti Family Winery and Buccia Vineyards in Conneaut, Debonne Vineyards, Grand River Cellars, Maple Ridge Vineyard and St. Joseph Vineyards in Madison, Ferrante Winery & Ristorante, Laurello Vineyards, Old Mill Winery, The Winery at Spring Hill and Virant Family Winery in Geneva, Old Firehouse Winery in Geneva-on-the-Lake and Emerine Estates in Jefferson.

For more information, call (800) 227-6972 or purchase your tickets online.

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