August 10, 2022

Daytrip or Dine at Suttons Bay’s Shady Lane Cellars

Soup + Ski Weekends and Farmhouse Dinners
By Lynda Wheatley | Jan. 15, 2022

Looking for a quick cure for cabin fever? The team at Shady Lane Cellars is spooning up two delicious reasons to brave the cold: Soup + Ski Weekends and Farmhouse Dinners.

Every Saturday and Sunday through the end of February, Shady Lane Cellars welcomes guests to snowsuit up and hit the groomed trails for cross country skiing, fat tire biking — or even take a winter hike. One-hundred-fifty gorgeous, rolling hills await. After, warm up inside by the fire with a $5 bowl of soup and pair it with a glass of one of Shady Lane’s local sustainable wines (available for purchase).

Hungry for something more? Sit down to one of the wineries upcoming Farmhouse Dinners at Shady Lane Cellars Feb. 12 or March 12. Only 16 seats, $75 each, are available for each event, which begins with an intimate wine reception that rolls into a three-course chef-crafted dinner, paired — of course — with Shady Lane Cellars wines. Find the winery and tasting room at 9580 E. Shady Lane in Suttons Bay.



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