Grape and Grain Tours is not accepting tours through May
UPDATE: APRIL 16th, 2020
At Grape and Grain Tours, the health and safety of our guests has been and will continue to be our top priority. Even as we continue to comply with all federal, state and local requirements, as well as recommendations from the CDC, the ability to provide a fun and safe tour in Southwest Michigan is not possible with the closing of our local winery, distillery and restaurant partners who will remain closed through April 30th, 2020.
As your tour provider amid the growing concerns of COVID-19 and changes to the offerings by Southwest Michigan businesses, we’re proactively postponing all remaining April tours, as well as suspending our cancellation policy to offer a complimentary reschedule to any tour currently scheduled between now, March 22nd, and April 30th, 2020. All of our guests scheduled during this time have been contacted directly by Owner Kim Knuth, offering personalized help and support during this time.
For guests that are booked beyond April 30th, we are hoping the ban will be lifted and we can resume our schedule starting in May. If you would like to reschedule or receive a voucher to be used at a later date, please contact us directly and we will try our best to accommodate you. Vouchers will not expire.
We thank our current and future guests for your patience and understanding as we navigate this evolving situation. We will continue to provide updates via our website and social media pages as new information becomes available. You can stay up to date with us on Instagram here.
As a partner in the community, we encourage those who can to purchase gift certificates now that will support future business to please do so. We love our Southwest Michigan local businesses and look forward to bringing our guests the best tour experience which support these businesses when safer and healthier times will allow!
Please contact us with any questions or concerns at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our hearts are with all of you and our Southwest Michigan community, stay well.