Outfit a niche in your Michigan home for wine tasting, and let the uncorking begin.
It doesn’t get more authentic than this 19th-century black walnut and oak wine tasting table from France’s Burgundy region. $2,600. L’ESPRIT FRENCH COUNTRY ANTIQUES AND ACCESSORIES, HARBOR SPRINGS. 231-526-9888, LESPRIT.COM.
Schott Zwiesel’s Tritan-crystal wine glasses were designed by renowned sommeliers to open up the aroma and fl avor of the pour. CRYSTAL CRATE AND CARGO, BEULAH. STEMWARE GLASSES $10.95 EACH. 800-787-7366, CRYSTALCRATE.COM.
Buy the February 2010 issue of Traverse, Northern Michigan’s Magazine and get this colorful display of how to create a wine tasting room!
No room for a wine cellar? The Sub-Zero 424 wine storage stores up to 46 bottles in two precisely controlled temperature
zones. STARTS AT $3,527. FOR LOCAL DEALERS, VISIT SUBZERO.COM.
Mementos of the pour, cork crave to be saved. But where? Try this French antique bon bonne verre (used in France for transporting wine). $325. L’ESPRIT FRENCH COUNTRY ANTIQUES AND ACCESSORIES, HARBOR SPRINGS. 231-526-9888, LESPRIT.COM.