Join the Grape Train, learn about a vineyard and taste the wine!
The Bailey Museum is planning a tour of the vineyards at Fenn Valley Winery on Thursday, September 15. The tour will be led by Fenn Valley Winery Farm Manager Todd Robbins, who will discuss the characteristics of different varieties of grapes and the wine produced from them. This special tour is designed around the grapes and the environment in which they grow. The tour will be relaxed and fun, participants will sample wine alongside the grapevines while Robbins explains the basics of wine making, grape growing and farm sustainability at Fenn Valley Winery. The tour will be conducted from the “Grape Train,” open covered wagons pulled by tractors that allow participants to take in vineyard vistas and get close to the vines.
After the vineyard tour participants will enjoy a light picnic of sandwiches with sides, dessert and a glass of Fenn Valley wine or hard cider.
The event will begin at 4:00 pm, Thursday, September 15. Wine sampling will be included throughout the tour so participants must be at least 21 years old. Fenn Valley Winery is located at 6130 122nd Ave. in Fennville.
Reservations are $25 per person and should be made in advance by calling The Bailey Museum with a credit or debit card by Saturday, September 10. People can also drop a check or cash off at the museum during regular hours. Space is limited so make your reservation soon! The Bailey Museum is open Wednesday through Saturday, 9 until 4.
Contact us at 269-637-3251 or firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions or to make a reservation.