October 12, 2011, Chelsea, MI. Chelsea Community Kitchen, a local non-profit devoted to creating a healthy, local, and sustainable food culture through classroom and real-world education, is offering wine, food and a chance to enjoy them with friends.
Savor: a CCK event featuring a Local Wine & Food Tour in the Waterloo State Recreation Area is scheduled for Saturday, November 19, 2011. Proceeds will support the work of Chelsea Community Kitchen.
Only 36 spaces are available on this insiders’ tour of Sandhill Crane Vineyard, Lone Oak Vineyard Estate, and Mill Pond Bread featuring their appetizers paired Cherry Creek wines.
Chelsea Community Kitchen will provide tour transportation from a central location in Chelsea in vans with a designated driver. There is also a drive your own vehicle option.
Tickets for the Basic Tour are $100 per person. The Tour Plus, $150 per person includes the choice of an autographed copy of From the Vine or The History of Michigan Wine.
To purchase tickets, visit the Chelsea Community Kitchen’s web site: www.chelseacommunitykitchen.org and click the Savor link on the home page for online and US mail options.
“These three local business are perfect examples of the local food gems we have in our community. The Savor event gives us all an opportunity to get a behind-the-scenes glimpse into true artisan production,” Chelsea Community Kitchen Board member Jane Pacheco whose experience inspired the tour.