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Event Calendar

March 4, 2017 12:30pm

Cooking Class - Authentic Mexican Cuisine

Authentic Mexican Cuisine with Chef Geoff Jones

Sat– Mar 4, 12:30 PM-4:30 PM  $95

Learn Authentic Mexican Cuisine with techniques and ingredients as if you were in Mexico!

Learn how to transform your kitchen into Mexico for a day as you learn dishes with Northwest Michigan College's very own Geoff Jones as he takes you on a journey south of the border learning dishes like camarones con sundried tomato mole, napoles en chipotle adobo, and authentic gorditas.

Classes are intimate at 12 spots and will be interactive hands-on demonstrations where each student will create part of the menu and enjoy eating what they make.  $95 per person. (Bring an apron and your favorite sharp kitchen knife).

All classes are approximately four hours and hands-on. Class begins at 12:30pm-4:30pm and includes the enjoyment of your preparations paired with our wines during class.

Book online or call 231-223-4110 for reservations.

If classes are full, please call to be added to the wait list.

We offer two day cooking class packages:
Cooking Classes do not require a stay in our B&B. If you do wish to stay the weekend, however, the cost begins at $275 per person based on double occupancy, accommodation and double enrollment for the weekend stay including breakfast both Saturday and Sunday morning, cooking class on Saturday, and the opportunity to enjoy the food you prepare after class as well as wine tasting and a lodger cellar tour.


March 11, 2017 1:00am

Cooking Class - Mediterranean Seafood

Saturday, March 11, 2017
$95/person
12:30 to 4:30pm

Each hands-on cooking experience will leave you with a new mastery of your kitchen and it's tools and ingredients.  After preparing your menu items, enjoy tasting Chateau Chantal wines alongside your creations.

Experience the Fruits de la Mer of the Mediterranean Sea!

This region of the world support a vastly diverse culture and wide range of cuisines that all center on one bountiful body of water that provides the same diversity, yielding nearly every form of seafood imaginable.

Learn to cook and savor such great classics as Spanish Paella, Bouillabaisse from the south of France, Garithe me Fetta from Greece along with Tangines from Morroco, to mention a few. A wide variety of side dishes and compliments will also be explored.

Not a seafood fan? We will sneak in an alternative or two just for you!

Book online here


March 16, 2017 6:00pm

Chateau Chantal Wine Dinner at Hotel Indigo, Traverse City

Chateau Chantal Wine Dinner
at The Hotel Indigo


Thursday, March 16, 2017 at 6 pm
$70.00 per person, all inclusive
Seating is limited, please visit My North Tickets for reservations.

Appetizer
Pan seared scallop, mango peach slaw
Wine Pairing: Tonight- Dry Blanc de Blanc

Salad
Cabbage, spinach, dried cherries, goat cheese, red
onion, warm bacon vinaigrette
Wine Pairing: '15 Semi-Dry Riesling

Duck
Seared duck breast, honey, orange, thyme, cherry,
cauliflower portabella mushroom cake
Wine Pairing: '12 Proprietor's Reserve Trio
Cabernet Franc, Merlot, Pinot Noir

Tomahawk Pork Chop
Grilled tomahawk pork chop, cherry puree, sweet
potato hash, apple chutney
Wine Pairing: '14 Pinot Noir

Poached Pear
poached pear, wine reduction
Wine Pairing:'15 Late Harvest Riesling


March 18, 2017 12:30pm

Cooking Class - Italian Cuisine

Italian Cuisine
Sat - March 18 12:30-4:30PM  $95

Impress your Italian in-laws by creating a feast that supersedes the same spaghetti you have served for the past three years. Go deeper into Italian cuisine with Chef Anne Boulley by exploring traditional dishes like risotto, homemade pizza, saltimbocca, osso bucco with creamy polenta, and bruschetta with fresh tomato, garlic and basil.

Classes are intimate at 12 spots and will be interactive hands-on demonstrations where each student will create part of the menu and enjoy eating what they make.  $95 per person. (Bring an apron and your favorite sharp kitchen knife).

All classes are approximately four hours and hands-on. Class begins at 12:30pm-4:30pm and includes the enjoyment of your preparations paired with our wines during class.

Book online or call 231-223-4110 for reservations.

If classes are full, please call to be added to the wait list.

We offer two day cooking class packages:
Cooking Classes do not require a stay in our B&B. If you do wish to stay the weekend, however, the cost begins at $275 per person based on double occupancy, accommodation and double enrollment for the weekend stay including breakfast both Saturday and Sunday morning, cooking class on Saturday, and the opportunity to enjoy the food you prepare after class as well as wine tasting and a lodger cellar tour.


March 25, 2017 3:00pm

Wine Boot Camp

Wine Boot Camp

Sat - Mar 25, 3pm-Dinner   $95

By attending one of our wine seminars, you will get extensive experience pairing wine and food. You will also learn about wine, wine making, grape growing, and the art of wine tasting. Mark is a great storyteller, a non-intimidating wine instructor, and is adept at getting everyone involved. Sometimes his stories are even true!   Multi-course wine pairing dinner included.

Book online or call 231-223-4110 for reservations.


April 1, 2017 12:30pm

Cooking Class - Creole & Cajun

Creole & Cajun Cuisine
Sat - April 1 12:30-4:30pm  $95

Explore Louisiana roots with Chef Geoff Jones, learning the differences between Cajun and Creole Cuisine. As you embark on your journey, practice the art of dishes like Crawfish Étouffée, Oyster Po’ Boy, Shrimp Gumbo with Andouille Sausage, Red Beans and Rice, and Bananas Foster.

Classes are intimate at 12 spots and will be interactive hands-on demonstrations where each student will create part of the menu and enjoy eating what they make.  $95 per person. (Bring an apron and your favorite sharp kitchen knife).

All classes are approximately four hours and hands-on. Class begins at 12:30pm-4:30pm and includes the enjoyment of your preparations paired with our wines during class.

Book online or call 231-223-4110 for reservations.

If classes are full, please call to be added to the wait list.

We offer two day cooking class packages:
Cooking Classes do not require a stay in our B&B. If you do wish to stay the weekend, however, the cost begins at $275 per person based on double occupancy, accommodation and double enrollment for the weekend stay including breakfast both Saturday and Sunday morning, cooking class on Saturday, and the opportunity to enjoy the food you prepare after class as well as wine tasting and a lodger cellar tour.


April 8, 2017 12:30pm

Cooking Class - Grilling is Good!

Grilling is Good!

Sat - April 8, 12:30-4:30pm  $95

Back by popular demand! Prepare for your best grilling summer ever. Get ready to pull out the grill, learn proper grill prep, how to choose your protein, and how to trim and cut your own steak off the loin.

Classes are intimate at 12 spots and will be interactive hands-on demonstrations where each student will create part of the menu and enjoy eating what they make.  $95 per person. (Bring an apron and your favorite sharp kitchen knife).

All classes are approximately four hours and hands-on. Class begins at 12:30pm-4:30pm and includes the enjoyment of your preparations paired with our wines during class.

Book online or call 231-223-4110 for reservations.

If classes are full, please call to be added to the wait list.

We offer two day cooking class packages:
Cooking Classes do not require a stay in our B&B. If you do wish to stay the weekend, however, the cost begins at $275 per person based on double occupancy, accommodation and double enrollment for the weekend stay including breakfast both Saturday and Sunday morning, cooking class on Saturday, and the opportunity to enjoy the food you prepare after class as well as wine tasting and a lodger cellar tour.


April 15, 2017 12:30pm

Cooking Class - Bistro Fare

Chef Brian Kissel - Bistro Fare
12:30-4:30

A Graduate of Northwestern Michigan College, Brian honed his culinary skills in many restaurants around Michigan. With stops in Holland, Grand Rapids and Traverse City Brian developed a style that led him back home some 15 years ago. Brian most recently was the owner and Chef of the Blue Slipper Bistro in Onekama. Over the last 15 years Brian and his family provided terrific meals and exceptional service to many in the area. With a flair towards Pasta, the “Slipper” as it was known by all was a must stop in our area. Brian can tell stories of working in some of the more famous local restaurants in our area over the years…The Old Pines Chop House, The Famous Coral Gables and the Historic Portage Point Inn….all back in his “younger” days. You can tell that the Business of food has been in Brian’s blood a long time. 

Featuring foods that are a little French, a little Italian and certainly rustic which can easily be recreated at home.

Classic recipes with modern twists:

-Brie cheese fritters (as featured in Grand Traverse Magazine) with sweet onion Marmalade
-Bread Blossom- a cheese stuffed bread boule' with fresh herbs
-Ancho chili rubbed pork loin with a Carolina style mop sauce
-Chicken Saltimbocca - sauteed chicken with fresh sage, prosciutto ham and Marsala wine and butter sauce
-Simple apple tarts with Tahitian vanilla ice cream and homemade bourbon caramel sauce

Book online or call 231-223-4110 for reservations.


April 29, 2017 3:00pm

Wine Boot Camp

Wine Boot Camp

Sat-April 29, 3pm-Dinner  $95

By attending one of our wine seminars, you will get extensive experience pairing wine and food. You will also learn about wine, wine making, grape growing, and the art of wine tasting. Mark is a great storyteller, a non-intimidating wine instructor, and is adept at getting everyone involved. Sometimes his stories are even true!  

Multi-course wine paring dinner included.

Book online or call 231-223-4110 for reservations.
 


May 13, 2017 10:00am

WOMP Blossom Day


Blossom Day

A Celebration of Blossoms, Bounty, and Beauty on Old Mission Peninsula

Save the Date!
Saturday, May 13, 2017
10:00am–5:00pm

Tickets: $25 advance/$30 day-of

Bring on spring! Relish samples of WOMP’s newest vintages, as well as spring’s arrival to Old Mission Peninsula, commemorated with seasonal food and wine pairings and other activities, like winemaker chats and special barrel or tank sampling, at certain locations on the wine trail. You will also receive a special commemorative wine glass!

Tickets are available online 60 DAYS BEFORE THE EVENT.

Designated driver tickets will be available for purchase at a discount.

Any additional questions can be directed to Chateau Chantal at 231.223.4110.

Make sure to share your photos and video from the event on your social media using the hashtag #WOMPBlossomDay – you could win some sweet WOMP swag!


May 13, 2017 6:00pm

Mother's Day Wine Dinner

Saturday, May 13th, 2017
6:00 Winery Tour
6:30 Dinner Seating

Special bottle prices this night only!

Set in the winery’s hardwood floored Hospitality Room with stunning East & West Grand Traverse Bay views, guests will enjoy a friendly atmosphere while learning about the art of food and wine pairing.

Book online or call 231-223-4110 for reservations.

 


May 14, 2017 1:00pm

Blessing of the Blossoms at Chateau Chantal

On Sunday, May 14th, Chateau Chantal will host the non-denominational Blessing of the Blossoms service.

Complimentary cherry pie, fruit, tea & coffee on hand after the half hour service.

No event ticket, charge or reservation needed to participate in the ceremony.

BLESSING OF THE BLOSSOMS
SUNDAY MAY 14
AT CHATEAU CHANTAL 
(AN INTERDENOMINATIONAL EVENT)

 

The Latin for blessing—benediction – derives from bene and dicere—i.e. to speak well
Thus, we speak well of blossoms this day. We tell a good story about nature,
crops, our livelihood and the beauty of this wonderful place called Old Mission Peninsula.
What good speech do we have for this place? That’s our prayer. That’s our Blessing.
————————— ● ————————
The intent this day would speak - a ’Liturgy’. i.e., public work calling
attention to the marvel of Spring - an Easter of new life!...not merely symbolized
in an Easter bunny’s egg, but the reality of bursting buds, the blossoms of
Peninsula cherries, apples and grapes, and sense that winter is done!
 


June 9, 2017 5:30pm

WOMP Divas Uncorked


Divas Uncorked

Get Pampered During Girls' Night Out

Save the Date!
Friday, June 9, 2017
5:30–9:30pm

This “Girls Night Out” (sold out annually) is an evening devoted entirely to women, wine, food, and fun. Enjoy wine and food pairings as well as giveaways and pampering. Unwind and recharge as only ladies know how!

When you purchase your ticket, you will choose your starting winery location. Your souvenir wine glass, which includes at least 1.5 oz of tastings per winery, will be waiting for you at this location. After you leave your chosen winery starting point, you can select which tasting rooms you would like to visit during the four hour event, in the order of your preference. If you would like to schedule and purchase transportation for your group, there is a link to shuttle and bus recommendations below.

Divas Uncorked tickets are $35 per person. Designated Divas (those who are not consuming alcohol) are $30 per person. Designated Divas will receive a souvenir glass (but no wine tastings) and food offerings.

Tickets will be on sale online 60 DAYS IN ADVANCE. The event typically sells out.

If you have any event questions, please contact Bowers Harbor Vineyards at 231.223.7615.


June 15, 2017 7:00pm - August 31, 2017 9:30pm

Jazz at Sunset - 24th Season!

Every Thursday evening - June 15 - Aug 31, 2017
7:00-9:30pm

Free of charge, no reservations required.

Join The Jeff Haas Trio & special guests for a wonderful evening of music, wine, and stunning sunsets! 

Special Guests Every Thursday!

 

 

Continuing this year!
Chateau Chantal is proud to announce that Lisa Flahive has been selected as the Artist in Residence for their 21st anniversary season. Lisa has a B.F.A in Studio Art from Michigan State University. She is most widely known for her expressive drawings and watercolor paintings of jazz musicians, captured during their performances.

Flahive said she doesn’t sit in the studio painting from photographs that have no life. Instead, she creates the work live in order to capture the energy and emotion that exists on the bandstand. “These paintings have an intensity that I could never achieve in the studio,” said Flahive.

You can watch Flahive create this impressive artwork live every Thursday evening this summer at Chateau Chantal during Jazz at Sunset with the Jeff Haas Trio. Flahive's artwork can be purchased at the winery. Proceeds benefit Building Bridges with Music.

Bring the family and friends and enjoy the best in live jazz, taste select Chateau Chantal wines and lemonade for the kids (yes, this is a very family-friendly environment), and feast your eyes on spectacular panoramic views of West and East Grand Traverse Bays. And there is no admission charge. It all happens at Chateau Chantal on Old Mission Peninsula, 1.7 miles north of the village of Mapleton on Center Road. For more information, call (231) 223-4110 or email: wine@chateauchantal.com.

 


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Who is the Winemaker?
Mark Johnson has been the winemaker at Chateau Chantal since we opened.  Trained at the Geisenheim Research Institue in Germany, Mark has a dedicated passion for making classic cool climate wines from Northern Michigan.  He also spends his time in Argentina, making our Malbec red wine from our vineyard in Mendoza. 

How long has Chateau Chantal been open?
Chateau Chantal, a Michigan winery, planted their first vines in 1986 and opened the original building in 1993. In July of 2003, an expansion was completed bringing the total B&B units from three to eleven with the addition of a 2,000 square foot Hospitality Room.

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