Saturday, June 18th - Weko Beach, located in Bridgman, MI will host the 6th Annual Lake Michigan Shore Wine Festival. More than 4000 guests are expected to enjoy sun, sand, and of course, wine tasting! Live music will enhance the event which takes place under a “Big-Top Tent” overlooking beautiful Weko Beach (Located off Exit 16 of I-94, then north on Red Arrow Highway and west on Lake Street in Bridgman).
Participating wineries include Tabor Hill, Contessa, Domaine Berrien, Fenn Valley, Karma Vista, Lawton Ridge, Lemon Creek, Round Barn, Free Run, Hickory Creek, Warner, and Founders. Admission is $10 and includes a souvenir glass; wine tickets are $1 each (a taste is 1 ticket, a glass 5 to 7). Shuttle busses to the beach will be depart from a parking area in Bridgman about a mile away from the festival. Advance admission tickets are $8, and are available at www.ticketweb.com.
Summary: 6th Annual Lake Michigan Shore Wine Festival on Saturday, June 18, from 1 to 10 p.m. at Weko Beach; miwinetrail.com, 269-925-6301.
Author:Paul Zubrys Phone: 269-783-5253 Dated: June 13th 2011 Views: 2,136 About Paul: I began my real estate career in 1987. Harbor Country Real Estate, Lake Michigan Lakefront Property,...
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