Sunday, August 15, 2010


Vineyard: Ground planted with cultivated grapevines.
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D and K surprised us yesterday with a road trip through southwest lower Michigan. K picked up wine glasses and a pitcher and D took us to a beautiful place called Karma Vista Vineyards and Winery. The winery is located on top of a hill in Coloma, Michigan, surrounded by acres and acres of vines. We enjoyed the spectacular view. Inside the winery was even better. Located next to the expansive window overlooking the vineyard was a tasting bar. There was a menu and you could sample up to six wines. There were wooden tables on the other side for people to sit and several displays of wine-related items (glasses, coasters, etc.) to purchase.
The labels and names of the wines are simultaneously musical and whimsical. For example, you can purchase Cha Cha Chardonnay, Cherri Amour, Moondance Merlot,Pink Side of the Moon, or Stone Temple Pinot. Steve and I swooned over the O'Nine Riesling, Starry Starry White, and Watusi Red. So D told us to each select a bottle of wine. So we opted for the O'Nine Riesling and the Watusi Red. And then he purchased a Karma Vista wine glass for each of us so when we celebrate together, we'll use the glasses and remember the day.
(There were more adventures yesterday, but I'm splitting them up into separate posts.)

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