Tuesday, September 20, 2011
Ohio's Lake Erie Wineries is about the history of the vineyards and wine-making, but it's also a celebration of the wines of today. I was privileged to be part of the annual fundraising event at the Women's Aerospace Museum at Burke Lakefront Airport where wine and history came together. Debonne and Grand River wines were poured by Beth Debevc. Here's me with my books.
Vermilion Valley Vineyards was established on Gore Orphanage Road in Henrietta in 2009. The beautiful winery is surrounded by vineyards, makes exceptional wines, and includes stargazing with owner David Benzing. Join the winery for a clambake on Friday September 30, catered by Pogie. Enjoy clam broth, New England clam chowder, one dozen top neck clams, Prince Edward Island mussels, grilled lemon herb chicken, corn on the cob, baby redskin potatoes, dinner rolls, and a glass of wine while listening to music by The Minor Adjustments. Call 440-965-5202 or order at www.vermilionvalleyvineyards.com.