TUESDAY, MAY 7, 2019 ~ THE BISTRO, WILLIAMSTON, MI
5 course dinner paired with 10 Châteauneuf-du-Pape wines
$95 – member rate – $125 – non member rate
Join GLVC and receive the member rate. Click link above.
Syrah, also known as Shiraz, is a dark-skinned grape variety grown throughout the world and used primarily to produce red wine. In 1999, Syrah was found to be the offspring of two obscure grapes from southeastern France, Dureza and Mondeuse Blanche.
Scientific name: Vitis vinifera ‘Syrah’
JOIN THE GREATER LANSING VINTNERS CLUB
SPECIAL SYRAH TASTING WITH WINES FROM
AUSTRALIA ~ FRANCE ~ SOUTH AFRICA ~ USA.
Did you know “Daniel Boon” aka-Fess Parker* makes a wonderful Syrah?
Stark-Conde* from South Africatotal annual case production is about 6,000 cases.
Parce qu’il n’existe pas de grands vins sans grands raisins = “Because there are no great wines without big grapes”Domaine Paul Jaboulet Aîné,*
*These are just three of the eight wines you will enjoy during this blind tasting.
Thursday April 18, 2019 in the KC Room at Kellogg Hotel and Conference Center. (Across from the State Room).
$48/per person – Member *** $58/per person – non-Member – limited seating
8 WINES WITH HEAVY APPETIZERS
Click link above to join GLVC and receive the member rate.
BORDEAUX WINE DINNER
Bordeaux wine has a track record for aging and evolving in the bottle. Bordeaux wine also enjoys a long aging curve. As a general example, the following rule of 3 works for most Bordeaux wine. If a Bordeaux wine takes 10 years to age, it will remain at its peak for 10 years before taking 10 years to fully decline.
Join the Greater Lansing Vintners Club for an evening of unparalleled 2000 vintage wines from the best regions in Bordeaux.
Pomerol …. St. Emilion …. Margaux …. St. Julien … St. Estephe … Sauternes
Chef James and Dusty’s culinary team will pair these wines with a French inspired 5 course menu.
Thursday November 29, 2018
Dusty’s Bordeaux Room . 1839 Grand River Ave . Okemos
6 – 9 pm
$90 Vintners club members ~ $100 non-members
Limited to 46 attendees
Michigan vs The World!!
Wednesday September 19, 2018
6:00 – 8:00PM ~ University Club of MSU ~ 3435 Forest Road, Lansing, MI 48910
Tickets Greater Lansing Vintners Club members – $30 per person, non-members $35.
The Greater Lansing Vintners Club is pleased to present: ‘Michigan vs the World’, a blind tasting of award-winning Michigan wines from the 2018 Michigan Wine Competition competing against the world standards – you are the judge.
You’ll start out the evening with the Best of Class sparkling wine, then sample two pairs of whites, a pair of Rose’ and two pairs of reds, then finish with the Best of Class dessert wine (12 samples total). Cheese and cracker appetizer plate will be served to complement the tasting.
Michigan has 3,050 acres devoted to wine grapes, ranking Michigan in the top ten wine producing states in the country. Michigan’s 140 commercial wineries produce more than 2.7 million gallons of wine annually, an increase of 34% over the last 5 years. Increasingly, Michigan wines are receiving high honors at national and international competitions.
For those wishing to stay for dinner after the event, reservations can be made by calling the University Club directly at 517-353-5111.
Join the Greater Lansing Vintner’s Club for a trip around the globe’s northern 45th parallel: via wine, of course.
Monday May 21, 2018 – 7 – 9:30 pm – Tickets $45 Greater Lansing Vintners Club members. $55 non-members.
University Club – 3435 Forest Road, Lansing, MI 48910
Tickets available Here:
Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/350794732063877/
We will be tasting some of the flavors from the following regions:
Does this wine have “body”? What is tannin… Why are we talking about it? And what’s the deal with letting a bottle “breathe”? Buying, drinking, and talking wine can be daunting. Whether you’d like to learn about how to refine your palate, or if you want to at least look like you know what you’re doing, join the Greater Lansing Vintner’s Club for a night of getting down to the basics of wine.
We will be tasting 4 whites, 4 reds, and 1 rose in the Gallery Room of Beggar’s Banquet. Light refreshments available.
Available until all 50 seats are filled:
$6 at the door
$5 online (link below)