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The Detroit Jewish News, 2007-04-05

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< a small marina; a picnic area; and soon,
a restaurant to be operated by Epoch
Restaurant Group of Oakland County.
In the near future, he also expects to
open an expanded production facility two
miles up the road from the tasting facility.
Visitors will be able to take a trolley to
the complex for tours that will shed light
on how employees turn out more than 40
types of wine. The last piece of the expan-
sion includes new wine distribution at
Meijer grocery stores in Ohio, Kentucky
and Illinois.
And he's busy preparing for the spring
and summer tourism season in northwest
Michigan, which kicks off this month
with Michigan Wine Month. On the
horizon: Jacobson anticipates a new vint-
ner reserve cabernet that was just bottled
in late February and a dry Riesling that's
"just now coming up in the tank" that
promises to be delightful. "Our char-
donnays are always good," he says. The
Winter White Piesporter is the vineyard's
best-selling wine.
"There's a growing interest in
Michigan wine," explains Jacobson, who
serves on the Michigan Wine and Grape
Council. "People are generally surprised at
how much fun they have at Leelanau-area
wineries — there are more than a dozen
on the Leelanau Peninsula alone — and
they come back year after year." He also
makes it a priority to give back to the
state that's provided so well for him: Last
year, Leelanau Cellars debuted a Great
Lakes red wine to help raise money for
the Michigan Environmental Council, a
nonprofit group that represents 72 envi-
ronmental and public-interest organiza-
Between the vineyard and his Novi
Company, HD Construction — a real-
estate development and construction
business focusing on low-income hous-
ing — Jacobson loves to sit down with a
book or magazine, both of which he reads
voraciously, in front of a blazing fire in
his wood-burning fireplace, nibbling on
almonds and dried mangos before grilling
a steak and dishing up a salad.
Of course, he'll sip some wine with
that meal, too. But whether it's in a "prop-
er" wine glass is anyone's guess. ❑

For more about Leelanau
Cellars, call (231) 386-5201 or
log on to leelanaucellars.com .

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