Ohio Wine Tour

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Various Dates

1 Day Trip

Featuring:

  • Knotty Vines Winery - Wauseon, OH (wine tasting)
    In 2008 a local Ohio couple decided to buy 3.3 acres of farmland in Wauseon, OH. The winery now has over 1,000 vines and produces over 6 tons of grapes annually. In 2012 they opened a tasting room to share their delicious wines with the rest of the world. They now make over a dozen kinds of wines, including wines made from other fruits, including cherries and blueberries, which they have become famous for. Winery will choose 4 wines and their knowledgeable staff will walk us through the tasting.
  • The Barn - Archbold, OH (included lunch)
    For more than 45 years families have gathered to enjoy home-style food and welcoming hospitality under the hand-hewn timbers of a barn built in 1861. Located in Archbold, OH, the Barn Restaurant continues to be a favorite spot to dine with family and friends.
  • Majestic Oak Winery & Neon Groundhog Brewery - Grand Rapids, OH (wine tasting)
    This rapidly growing vineyard is located 6 miles north of Grand Rapids, OH and offers nearly 18 different kinds of wine on site. Recent expansion has now allowed them to add the new Neon Groundhog Brewery on site. 4 wines to taste.
  • Chateau Tebeau - Helena, OH (wine tasting & light buffet)
    When the Tebeau’s purchased their 36-acre farm in 1996, they had no idea at the time what fate had in store for this limestone soil. They realized that this was not prime farmland, but that was not why they bought it. It was a love of nature and the rural lifestyle that made this property a great match. Knowing that grapes love limestone laced soil, it didn’t take long for Bob & Mary to start the research to turn this barren land into a productive vineyard and winery. 5 wines to taste.

Historic Marshall

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Various Dates

1 Day Trip

Featuring:

  • Tour of Historic Marshall
    We’ll drive through the beautiful city of Marshall and see some of the lovely historic homes as well as making stops and touring three historic museums:
  • Honolulu House
    Standing in the heart of Marshall’s National Historic Landmark District, it is listed on the Historic American Buildings Survey. The house was built in 1860 by the first U.S. consul to the Sandwich Islands. For the next century it served as the residence of four Marshall families, until the Marshall Historical Society was formed in 1961 to purchase it and turn it into a museum. Constructed of Marshall sandstone, the Museum is a wonderful blend of Italianate, Gothic Revival, and Polynesian architecture.
  • Governor’s Mansion Museum
    Currently the home of the Mary Marshall Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, the Governor's Mansion was built in 1839 with the hopes that it would become the governor's home if Marshall were selected as the state capital.
  • Schuler’s Restaurant & Pub (included lunch)
    For more than a century, the Schuler family has been welcoming guests to their restaurant in Marshall, Michigan.
  • United States Postal Museum
    The second largest Postal Service Museum in the U.S., second in size only to the National Postal Museum. The museum is located in the basement of the post office building, which has a Greek Revival architectural style with a copper roof and was built in 1932 of Marshall Sandstone. The museum has a wonderful collection of Postal memorabilia, including 3 mail buggies and 3 vehicles on display.