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Tabor Hill Winery & Restaurant

Tabor Hill Winery & Restaurant

Tabor Hill Winery & Restaurant
185 Mount Tabor Road
Buchanan, Michigan
USA 49107
Phone: (800) 283 - 3363
http://www.taborhill.com/

Contact: Michael Merchant
Email: info@TaborHill.com

The Tabor Hill Difference ... Lake Michigan Shore’s Wine Country is one of the finest wine-producing areas in the world. The climate and site, like those of France and Germany, are perfect, with cool temperate breezes, sandy clay soil and one of the highest vineyard sites in the Midwest. These factors, combined with the expertise of our winemaking staff, result in premium wines that rival those from anywhere in the world.

Discover Tabor Hill for yourself. Tour the winery to learn how our many fine wines are made. Our casual walking tours take you along the vineyard and through one of the most modern winemaking facilities in the country. Relax in our cellar theater and enjoy our new video production--you'll feel ready to become a winemaker yourself. Group tours, wine tasting, and private restaurant events can be arranged with our hospitality manager. Whatever your needs, our professional, experienced staff knows just what it takes to make your visit memorable!

Winemaker: Michael Merchant

Twitter: http://twitter.com/taborhillwinery

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