Welcome to Whitepine Winery!
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Thursday, April 16th: Celebrate Spring with your friends at White Pine Winery. Join us from 6 to 8:30 pm for an evening of spring wine food.
Let’s face it, we’ve had enough time at home over the winter and now it’s time to get out and really enjoy Spring! Join us to sample spring and summer wines perfectly paired with local, spring foods perfectly prepared by chef Tara Nemwan at Delicious Deliveries Catering.
The evening begins at 6:00 with a sparkling wine reception complete with gourmet cheeses to savor with our Effervescence sparkling wine.
We will feature the following food and wine pairings beginning at 6:30:
Pinot grigio – honeydew melon balls with prosciutto, arugula and asiago
Reserve Riesling – asparagus and gruyere tartlet
Traminette – savory mushroom stuffed with scallion, vegetable reduction
Dune Shadow Red – molten chocolate cake
Welcome to White Pine Winery!
White Pine Winery showcases Southwest Michigan’s finest wines and warm hospitality in our lakeshore destination in the charming town of St. Joseph. We produce a range of delicious red and white wines and specialize in aromatic whites like Riesling and Pinot Gris and fruit driven reds like Syrah and Merlot. These varieties grow particularly well here given the lake effect which brings warm days and cool evenings to the vines during the important spring and fall growing seasons. Owner and winemaker, Dr. David Miller, is a noted winemaker and viticulturist with over 30 years of experience. Named after our state tree, White Pine characterizes Michigan’s natural beauty. We invite you to visit our tasting room at 317 State Street.
Spring is officially here so it's time to get out and enjoy nature at her finest. April is Michigan wine month and is the perfect time to visit local wineries and try the newest wines before the summer crowds arrive. The orchards are in bloom, birds are making their nests and the spring steelhead run is underway in area rivers. The Big Lake has opened up and the first brave boaters are out getting their sealegs back. Visiting wineries in the spring means you have the staff to yourselves and can chat and learn about wine. Or take a bottle to your favorite plaace with that special someone and enjoy a warm spring day the old fashioned way! We look forward to seeing you soon!
Wine Tasting at White Pine Winery:
Wine tasting is $5 to taste 6 wines. There is no charge for the tasting with the purchase of 4 or more bottles of wine. Groups of 10 or more should call ahead to reserve a time for tasting.