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Friday, November 29: Wine Down with an Afternoon Tour
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A new season of the Tannenbaum Wine Trail, a self-driving tour along dozens of northeast Ohio wineries, kicks off today at noon and continues through Dec. 14. Spend your afternoon sampling a wide array of beverages and appetizers at some of the region's finest wineries, including Buccia Vineyard, M Cellars, St. Joseph Vineyards, and the like. At your first stop, you'll receive a complimentary 18-inch lighted holiday tree, and at each of your following stops, you'll collect one-of-kind holiday ornaments. Since you are providing your own ride home, the winery tour stops at 6 p.m. or whenever you've had your fill. For folks who want to continue the party, options for overnight stays at many of the wineries are available. Tickets for today's wine tour cost $50 per couple or $40 per person. To make reservations call 800-227-6972. (McConnell) ohiowines.org.