Northern Michigan food and drink events are still in abundance even after the leaves have fallen, so don’t miss out on a specialty dinner and especially don’t miss out on some great opportunities to sample some Northern Michigan wine!

Toast the Season Leelanau Peninsula Wine Weekend of November 1 & 2

Toast the Season, the Leelanau Peninsula Wine Trail’s annual holiday wine tour is a great time with really amazing food and wine pairings! The second weekend already sold out, so get your tickets today! A few different pairings include…Forty-Five North Vineyard & Winery of Lake Leelanau has Phyllo-Wrapped Brie With Apricot and Rosemary Chutney paired with 45 Gold or Semi Dry Riesling, L. Mawby in Suttons Bay is serving Blanc de Noir and Nature’s Treat gourmet apple slices paired with aged white cheddar….For the entire list of food and wine pairings click here.

Bistro Foufou’s Tour de France Dinner, Wednesday November 12 at 6:30 pm

Bistro Foufou is hosting its third Tour de France Dinner based around the region of Beaujolais. Join Chef Guillaume, Master Sommelier Ron Edwards and AHD Vintners for a 5 course dinner perfectly paired with wines from the Beaujolais region of France. Bon Appetit!

Harvest Dinner: “Sweet Potato and Chestnuts” at Black Star Farms in Suttons Bay, Wednesday, November 12

The November theme is Sweet Potato & Chestnuts and we will explore the versatility of these local autumn treasures with a six-course meal.

Doe Camp Ladies Night at Three Fires Wine in Suttons Bay, Saturday, November 15 from 6-10 pm

Have some girl time on the opening day of hunting season. While the “bucks” are away ladies can sample wine, have some appetizers, enjoy some shopping and unique jewelry and enjoy each other’s company.

Tone to Table at Kirkbride Hall in Traverse City, Thursday, November 20 at 6 pm

A collaboration between Black Star Farms and Interlochen Arts Academy brings a unique new pairing to the table: food and music. Activate all your senses during this multi-course synthesis of food, music and wine.

Harvest Dinner: “Duck and Cranberry” at Black Star Farms in Suttons Bay, Wednesday, December 10

A six course meal inspired by the holiday classics of Duck and Cranberry. Five courses are paired with a specific Black Star wine.

Meat Pies, anyone? Sweeney Todd is being produced and performed by Traverse City West Senior High School and will run two weekends in November: the weekend of November 14-16 and November 21-22. Don’t miss out on this gruesome tale enacted on stage!

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