Sunday, November 25, 2007

Sandhill Cranes Winery

The Maumee Valley group that visited Sandhill Cranes on the Sunday before Thanksgiving was small, but we all enjoyed the trip and learning how a retired Detroit police officer, with his wife and two daughters, came to create a small commercial winery producing an amazing range of grape wines, fruit wines, and blends. This is one of the joys of Slow Food: getting to know the people who produce our food and wine. The scenery around the Jackson, Michigan winery is spectacular. On a future trip, we'll include visits to other wineries on the Pioneer Wine Trail.

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