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Satisfy your sweet tooth, sip and shop at Greendance Winery

Mary Pickels
| Thursday, Dec. 14, 2017, 10:30 a.m.
Cookies and wine pairing from holiday event earlier this month at Greendance Winery. This season's final 'Corks and Cookies' pairings will be held this weekend at the Mt. Pleasant Township site.
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Cookies and wine pairing from holiday event earlier this month at Greendance Winery. This season's final 'Corks and Cookies' pairings will be held this weekend at the Mt. Pleasant Township site.

Cookies and coffee can be the breakfast of champions this time of year, fueling a day of shopping, wrapping and card writing.

Cookies and cocoa can lull one off to slumber after a stressful day.

And cookies and milk are mandatory come Christmas Eve, if one wants to ensure a happy visit from the North Pole.

But cookies and wine?

Dessert and dessert - mmmmm.

Greendance Winery , 306 Deer Field Road, Mt. Pleasant, is holding its final complimentary Corks and Cookies wine pairing weekend 12-5 p.m. Dec. 16 and 17.

Throughout the month, the winery has paired its offerings with seasonal holiday cookies from Sand Hill Berries.

Previous weekends have featured filled, orange, Mexican wedding and gingerbread cookies, paired with wines in the tasting room.

Check the website this weekend for the final pairings being offered as patrons sip and shop.

Details: 724-547-6500 or greendancewinery.com.

Mary Pickels is a Tribune-Review staff writer. Reach her at 724-836-5401 or mpickels@tribweb.com or via Twitter @MaryPickels.

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