Vintage Style isn’t just black and white…
…it is more red, rose’, or white depending on your choice of wine.
Not only do vineyards house an array of hand-crafted wine, but their event spaces are always charming.
Midwest Meetings looked into some lovely Midwest vineyards to help you select a space that is tasteful to all of your senses.
Their Sky Room is wonderful for an elegant eventing and can host up to 250, with floor to ceiling windows the view could be all the decoration you need. The winery uses cold hardy French-American hybrid grapes and hand-crafts their wine to feature the grape’s natural flavor profiles, from fruity whites to dry oak aged reds.
Stone Hill Winery - Hermann, MO
From the Historic Apostle Cellar to the Sherry House, the Vineyard Deck straight to Norton Vineyard, Stone Hill Winery offers ample space for both intimate and large group gatherings.
Their award winning, sophisticated wine such as their Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blac have marked their place in the wine world and their venue being on the National Register of Historic Places makes them a unique destination for your next event.
Willow Vineyards - Suttons Bay, MI
Giving guests an unrivaled view of Grand Traverse Bay and Leelanau County wine country, Willow Vineyards exemplifies intimate vineyard charm, able to host 50 guests. Enjoy a glass of wine on the patio or roam the vineyards. Get lost in the view and toast to a great event.
If you are looking for great group excursions, consider chartering a bus and enjoying some Midwest winery tours:
Ohio has multiple wine trails in every region of the state to explore at leisure. Read about them at www.ohiowines.org
Illinois’ Shawnee Hills Wine Trail showcases 12 wineries and is a great escape for any occasion. Read more at www.shawneewinetrail.com