7 C’s Winery celebrates the First-Ever Wine Tourism Day in North AmericaApril 8th, 2013
The first-ever Wine Tourism Day in North America will take place on Saturday, May 11th, 2013 with wineries, hotels, restaurants, and other businesses offering a variety of events to the public throughout North America. 7C’s Winery will be participating in Wine Tourism Day to mark this day for Southwest Missouri wine lovers.
There are now over 7500 wineries in 205 American Viticulture Areas, 38 authorized wine appellations in Canada, and another 40 appellations in Mexico. Most of these wine regions and many of these wineries are dependent on visitors who sleep in hotel beds, eat in restaurants, and buy wine from cellar doors. Wine tourism is very important to the success of many local economies and is a subject worth commemorating.
Locally, 7C’s Winery is offering a Wine Tourism Day at 7C’s Winery from 10 am to 6 pm at its location at 502 E 560th Road, Walnut Grove, MO.
Spend the day in the country. Cold Bottles of Wine and Mead are available buy a bottle of your favorite 7C’s wine, grab a spot on our deck or on the lawn, and enjoy!
Gourmet deli items available it the gift shop, bring a picnic to enjoy or something to cook on our grills.
Bring the gang and enjoy the horseshoe pit or volleyball net.
Complimentary wine / mead tasting
Wind & Willow Cheeseball & dip samples available
Continue your weekend on Mother’s day Sunday with Live Music from Rusty Rose 2-6pm
The idea for a Wine Tourism Day comes from Europe, where the European Day of Wine Tourism has been ongoing since 2009. Attendees of the 2012 Wine Tourism Conference, an annual gathering of the industry’s leaders, discussed bringing the concept to North America.
For more information and to find a list of events on Wine Tourism Day near you, please visit www.WineTourismDay.org.