Biking and wining in Ann Arbor

. June 1, 2017.
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Ann Arbor will host Anne Amie Vineyards, a family-owned winery in Oregon’s Willamette Valley, on June 6 for the annual Fête d’ Été (summer party). Named for the magical time during the cusp of summer in the Great Lakes, the event brings an element of warm-weather fun with a series of progressive winemaker dinners.

Participants travel by bicycle through town, stopping at five restaurants where chefs will pair a specialty dish with one Anne Amie wine, offering a unique, incredibly joyful experience and a fresh perspective of the Ann Arbor everyone loves.

Restaurants included in the 2017 ride are Sava’s, Morgan & York, The Earle, Vinology and Zola Bistro. Ticket includes a T-shirt.

Tuesday, June 6 | 6-10pm
$89
For more information: anneamie.com/events/fete-dete/

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