The second annual Muskegon Summer Wine Up will happen at Hackley Park in downtown Muskegon on Saturday, June 12th from 2 pm – 8 pm.
The wine festival, which pays homage to the beginning of summer, debuted in 2019 at Hackley Park with 10 different wineries. Because of Covid 19 restrictions, there was no Muskegon Summer Wine Up in 2020.
This year’s Muskegon Summer Wine Up will feature 20 different wineries and more than 100 different wines, according to Rich Berry from Cumulus Media – Muskegon, the organizers of the Muskegon Summer Wine Up.
“We really wanted to make the Muskegon Summer Wine Up happen in 2021,” said Rich Berry, who is Director of Sales at radio stations 98.3 WLCS, V-100 WVIB, Sunny 92.5 WWSN, and NASH 92.5 WLAW.
“We wanted to produce a wonderful event that everyone can enjoy. We are confident we can pull off a safe, and fun event.”
Sponsors include Little River Casino, Audi Muskegon, Pure Medical Spa, Eagle Alloy, and Catchmark Technologies.
Here is a list of the participating wineries for this year’s Muskegon Summer Wine Up:
- St Julian Winery
- Chateau Grand Traverse
- Lemon Creek Winery
- Leelanau Winery
- Robert Mondavi Winery – Private Selection
- . Bonterra Winery
- Freixenet Sparkling Wines
- Kendall Jackson Winery
- La Crema Winery
- Parducci Winery
- Palm Bay Imports – Cavit
- Avalon Winery
- Rodney Strong Winery
- Francis Coppola Winery
- Josh Cellars Winery
- . Benziger Winery
- Forbidden Fruit Cider
- Santero Winery
- Babich Winery
- Riunite Wines
In addition to wine tasting, there will be a number of wine related seminars. Admission is $15 and includes four wine tasting tickets and a souvenir glass to the first 1,000 patrons.
“We think this is going to be great kickoff to summer,” said Berry. “It’s going to be a great time for everyone.”
For more information, visit www.facebook.com/MuskegonSummerWineUp
About Cumulus Media A leader in the radio broadcasting industry, CUMULUS MEDIA (NASDAQ: CMLS) combines high-quality local programming with iconic, nationally syndicated media, sports and entertainment brands to deliver premium content choices to the 245 million people reached each week through its 434 owned-and-operated stations broadcasting in 89 U.S. media markets.