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Chateau Chantal 15900 Rue de Vin Traverse City, MI 49686 1-800-969-4009 www.chateauchantal.com
                               Winery & Luxury Inn
In the tradition of the European chateau, a premiere destination unlike any other in
the Midwest. Whatever experience you seek, it’s guaranteed to be excellent at Chateau
Chantal.
Read what others are saying…

Wine Enthusiast Magazine “Esteemed Wine Escape”

“A good vacation should always entail copious amounts of fine food and wine, but bed-and-
breakfasts across the country are now offering more than just a menu. Travelers can now hone their
chef skills and learn wine pairing techniques on these culinary learning getaways. W.E. gives you our
top picks for places to plan your next wine and food-focused escape.
Chateau Chantal (Traverse City, MI)
The bed-and-breakfast at Chateau Chantal, located on the Old Mission Peninsula, features 11
rooms, with views of the 65-acre estate. Weekend cooking classes, where guests learn to make such
dishes as paella and wine sorbet, are offered twice a month from January through May and include a
Chateau Chantal cellar tour and wine tasting of varieties like Riesling, Chardonnay, Pinot Grigio,
Pinot Noir and Merlot. Wine seminars, led by Winemaker Mark Johnson, cover topics like the
winemaking process and pairing wine with food and are offered in March and April.”
http://www.winemag.com/Wine-Enthusiast-Magazine/Web-2011/Esteemed-Wine-Escapes/

Top 10 US Wine Country Inn, www.gayot.com

Only destination named in Michigan! “Dividing Lake Michigan's Traverse Bay, Old Mission
Peninsula is the place to go when you want to get away from it all. Although it's home to only five
wineries, it's an official American Viticultural Area, one of four in Michigan, a state that specializes
in vinifera, hybrid and native grape varieties. Come out here for a long weekend and you'll have
enough time to get to know each winery well, beginning with Chateau Chantal, a European chateau-

  Chateau Chantal 15900 Rue de Vin Traverse City, MI 49686 1-800-969-4009 www.chateauchantal.com
style winery on a 65-acre estate. The winery is home to an eleven room B&B, as well as a cooking
school. Of course, the most pleasant way to pass the time here is by sitting on the patio, sipping a
glass of house wine and savoring views of the bay, vines and cherry orchards.”
Top 50 US Culinary Destination, Gourmet Getaways-50 Top Spots to Cook and Learn
“An American version of a modern Loire Valley chateau, Chateau Chantal is more than just another stunning bed-and-
breakfast-it is a retreat for gourmets who seek a food and wine holiday.” Cooking classes are a natural extension of the
offering at Chateau Chantal, where a lifestyle of family, friends, hospitality, wine, and food go hand in hand each day.”
North America's top 10 wine destinations, NYDailyNews.com
Editors at Trip Advisor compiled a list of the top US wine regions, among them is Traverse City, Michigan. “The
majority of its grapes are grown near the shores of Lake Michigan, making for the unique growing
climate of the Traverse City area, an important wine-growing region in the Midwest. Baco noir,
cabernet franc, and others are produced in Michigan Wine Country, along with rarer fruit wines and
ice wines.”
Midwest Living Magazine, #2 Traverse City: an established food reputation Hannah Agran
May/June 2009

“If Disney World had a Foodland, it might look a little like Traverse City, Michigan. The small
farmers market is a tableau of gorgeous produce. Lake Michigan glitters, orchards blanket the hills,
and everyone talks--no, gushes--about the food.- Several factors explain Traverse City's culinary
scene. The lake climate makes for bountiful harvests. Vineyards yield respected wines. The Great
Lakes Culinary Institute attracts young, ambitious cooks; some stay to open restaurants.”

Chicago Sun-Times “Michigan’s Grape Escape” Lori Rackl 7/15/09

“It’s tough to top the view from Chateau Chantal, where sloping vineyards seem to spill into both
bays. Visitors come to try the wine, take a cooking class and stay in one of the 11 guest rooms at the
Chateau, founded by a former Catholic priest and nun who eventually married.”

Chicago Sun-Times “Top Ten in 2010” Lori Rackl 1/8/10

Old Mission Peninsula was named among the top ten global destinations for 2010. Other
destinations included Shanghai and Bavaria.

CNN.com/travel “Exotic vacations may be closer than you think” K.C. Georges 8/19/09

“Napa Valley-esque wine tastings. If it’s wine you want, find an alternative to Napa Valley in
Michigan’s Leelanau and Old Mission peninsulas. Here you’ll discover more than 850 acres of land
and more than 20 wineries for your choosing.”

Chicago Tribune “Color for the palette; wine for the palate” Jodie Jacobs 9/6/09

“In the last decade, Old Mission Peninsula has built a reputation for excellent wine and fun wineries.
Two places do offer stunning views…and pull into the parking lot at Chateau Chantal. Either way,
stop for a tasting.”



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World News with Charles Gibson Webcast: “Winemaking in Michigan, of All Places!
Growing industry proves state’s sour economy not ready to die on the vine” 10/08/09

http://abcnews.go.com/video/playerIndex?id=8775319

TastingRoomConfidential.com Mary Kane, Vancouver

 Regarding Chateau Chantal, “The wines themselves are excellent examples of their varietals. The
chard/riesling Blanc de Blanc bubbly was a dry delight, with an interesting flavor profile. I liked the
sweet apply unoaked 2008 Chardonnay more than the well-oaked Proprietor’s Reserve 2007
Chard…The Proprietor’s Reserve Pontes Vineyard 2007 Pinot Noir had a nice, warm smoky feel,
but in the end we left with a bottle of the Proprietors Reserve 2007 Cab Franc, a rich, earthy
example of this Michigan loving varietal.”


Michigan Wine Picks – Detroit News, Sandra Silfven 10/22/09

“2008 Chateau Chantal Chardonnay, Old Mission Peninsula, $12: Medium-bodied, unoaked style
with amazing tropical fruit flavors and minerality. Perfect wine for the Thanksgiving table.”



Social Media and Internet Presence

www.twitter.com/chateauchantal

www.facebook.com/chateauchantalwinery

http://www.youtube.com/user/chateauchantal

http://www.mynorth.com/My-North/September-2009/Tapas-and-Wine-Touring-at-Chateau-
Chantal-near-Traverse-City/ “Tapas and Wine Touring at Chateau Chantal near Traverse City” by
Traverse the Magazine’s online site.

http://michigantravel.tv/2007chateauchantal/chateauchantalqt.html Interview with founder Bob
Begin

www.flickr.com 1070 photos returned in a search for “chateau chantal”

www.tripadvisor.com “European elegance in Northern Michigan” “Most Romantic Spot in
Michigan” “Very relaxing, one of those trips everyone dreams of” “The shining jewel of Northern
Michigan” “Breathtaking” “Simply Beautiful”




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                                           Winery Profile


        Chateau Chantal owns and/or operates vineyards, wine production facilities, a tasting room
from which retail wine sales are made, and an 11-unit bed and breakfast inn on the Old Mission
Peninsula north of Traverse City, Michigan. The Company occupies a three-story building that is
located on a 65-acre ridge overlooking both east and west Grand Traverse Bays.

        The winery and vineyards are located twelve miles north of Traverse City on a ridge
overlooking both the east and the west arms of Grand Traverse Bay. The Chateau has been designed
to blend into the scenic environment and to offer high-quality lodging in keeping with the area's
growing reputation for exceptional hospitality. Nearly every part of the property offers stunning
views of Grand Traverse Bay, which is divided by the narrow, 20-mile long, Old Mission Peninsula.
Chateau Chantal believes that few sites in the United States east of the Rocky Mountains are able to
grow the vinifera species of wine grape that the company grows. Chateau Chantal is such a site
because of the influence of surrounding waters, convective air currents, good air drainage and
protective snow depths during the winter. Because its geography and microclimate are sufficiently
unique, the region has designated Old Mission Peninsula as an American Viticulture Area.

         While Chateau Chantal was not incorporated until 1991, its history began in December 1983,
when Robert and Nadine Begin formed Begin Orchards and purchased 60 acres of cherry orchards
on the Company's current site. Between 1984 and 1991, the Begins cleared much of this land,
planted various grapes varieties and purchased additional land. In July 1990, Mr. Begin received a
Special Use Permit from the Peninsula Township to operate the Chateau. In June 1991, the
Company was incorporated and in 1993 construction of the Chateau was completed. July of 2003
saw the completion of the expansion which added eight B&B units to the original three, and a 2,000
sq. ft. Hospitality Room equipped for executive retreats and events.

        Chateau Chantal’s Great Room is open to the public for tasting and sales all year-round. We
offer a wide variety of wines – from very dry to lightly sweet. Each of our hand-crafted wines is
produced under our winemaker’s meticulous supervision from vineyard to bottle. Vineyard
development began in 1983 when sweet and tart cherry orchards were replaced with grafted grape
vines of the vinifera species – the same type grown along other parts of the 45th parallel in the
Bordeaux region of France. Acreage is planted with Chardonnay, Riesling, Pinot Noir,
Gewurztraminer, Merlot, Cabernet Franc and Pinot Meunier. Our wines have won several awards,
including six gold medals at the 2009 Taster’s Guild International.

Our bed & breakfast accommodations offer an ambiance unlike any other in the Midwest. Our
suites and select rooms each include a private bath, whirlpool tubs, modern amenities, the coziness
of a secluded retreat, breathtaking views, a full gourmet breakfast, and access to the Chateau’s Great
Room, a full conference room, 2 fireplaces and wine tasting bar.




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                                 Chateau Chantal FAQ’s

                                              Chateau Chantal is a winery, vineyard, and
                                              11-unit B&B sitting atop a ridge overlooking
 Who are we?                                  both West and East Grand Traverse Bays,
                                              rolling vineyards, and scenic woodlands
                                              Riesling, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Pinot
                                              Grigio, Merlot, Gewurztraminer, Pinot
 What wines do we produce?
                                              Blanc, Pinot Meunier, Ice Wine, Sparkling,
                                              Fortified, Eau de Vie, Brandy

 Where are we?                                Northwest Lower Peninsula of Michigan, on
                                              Old Mission Peninsula, 12 miles north of
                                              Traverse City M-37

 When were we founded?                        Chateau Chantal opened in July of 1993, first
                                              vineyards planted in Spring of 1986.

 How many acres of property?                  Chateau Chantal sits on a 65-acre estate, 38
                                              of which are planted to vines. In addition, is
                                              another 14 acres on Montague Road on Old
                                              Mission Peninsula. Chateau Chantal also
                                              tends 3 other vineyards on Old Mission
                                              Peninsula, for a total near 80 acres of planted
                                              agriculture.

 What about in Argentina?                     Chateau Chantal owns a 55 acre vineyard in
                                              the Lujan de Cuyo region of Mendoza,
                                              Argentina. Since 2004, we have been
                                              sending our winemaker to this vineyard to
                                              supervise the farming and make a full bodied
                                              red wine from the Malbec grape. This wine
                                              is then shipped to our Michigan winery for
                                              cellaring and bottling. We make 1400 cases a
                                              year of our Malbec Tango (available through
                                              distribution only) and 900 cases of the
                                              Reserve Malbec (Tasting Room only).



Chateau Chantal 15900 Rue de Vin Traverse City, MI 49686 1-800-969-4009 www.chateauchantal.com
 When is harvest?                             October, can start late September in warm
                                              years.

 What kind of barrels are used?               French and American oak

 How many cases are produced annually?        18,000 cases

 Who are the winemakers?                      -Mark Johnson: In 1983, he received a
                                              degree in Viticulture (vineyard care) and
                                              Enology (winemaking) at the Federal
                                              Research Station and Institute, Geisenheim,
                                              Germany.

                                              -Brian Hosmer was hired as a Winemaker at
                                              Chateau Chantal in 2007. Hosmer was born
                                              in Flint, and is a graduate of Michigan State
                                              University in Resource Development, he
                                              switched his area of study to winemaking
                                              and viticulture after several teaching-assistant
                                              positions in France, Spain and Belgium --
                                              where he learned to appreciate wine. Brian
                                              went through the two-year wine/viticulture
                                              program at MSU, and has a Master's degree.
 What kinds of closures are used?             100% natural cork, screw cap sparkling wine
                                              closures

 Where can I buy Chateau Chantal wines?       Chateau Chantal is distributed throughout
                                              Michigan and as of 2010, Illinois. Call direct
                                              to the distributor at National Wine & Spirits
                                              (Michigan outside of Traverse City), 734-
                                              324-3000, or Wicksall Distribution (In
                                              Traverse City), 231-947-2931. In Illinois, call
                                              Fresh Coast Distribution at 312-952-1620.

 How much is wine tasting?                    Limited free samples; paid tastings and
                                              pairings available Summer 2011. Ice wine
                                              sample with a food pairing available for a
                                              charge.

 Can I take a tour?                           Tours are offered from mid-June through
                                              August at 1, 2, and 3pm every day.
                                              Otherwise, call ahead for group tours and
                                              rates at 1.800.969.4009

 Can I buy Chateau Chantal accessories?       Yes, sweatshirts, t-shirts, wine openers, and a
                                              multitude of other wine accessories are
                                              available at the Old Mission tasting room

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                                              and online at
                                              http://store.chateauchantal.com/

 Do you have any special events?              Yes - visit our online calendar at
                                              www.chateauchantal.com

 Can I pick the grapes?                       We do not sell our grapes, all of our estate-
                                              grown grapes are needed to create our
                                              excellent Old Mission Peninsula wines!

 How many B&B rooms do you have?              Our eight suites, two standard units, and
                                              Executive Apartment each include a private
                                              bath, modern amenities, the coziness of a
                                              secluded retreat, breathtaking views, a full
                                              breakfast, and access to the Chateau's Great
                                              Room, two fireplaces and tasting bar.

 What are the B&B room rates?                 Room rates range from $155-$550 per night
                                              depending on room choice, season, and
                                              weekend vs. weekday
 Do you host private functions?               Yes. We can host small private functions. We
                                              can host weddings for 42 people or less,
                                              wine education dinners, and wine education
                                              tours. Local zoning regulates what our
                                              capacity and our privileges are from year to
                                              year. For a more detailed outlook e-mail us
                                              at wine@chateauchantal.com or read our
                                              special events and capacity guide.




                                        Wine List

     Sparkling Wine                        Red                               Rosé
         Tonight                  Naughty & Nice Red                     Twilight Rosé
        Celebrate!                 Reserve Pinot Noir
          White                 Pontes Vineyard Pinot Noir            Fortified/Fruit
       Pinot Grigio                     Pinot Noir                 Cherry, Sparkling Cherry
 Dry, Semi-Dry and Late              Cabernet Franc                         Cerise
      Harvest Riesling
Virtue & Vice White Blends     Trio-Cab Franc/Merlot/Pinot                Cerise Noir
                                           Noir
   Reserve Chardonnay                 Tango Malbec                Cherry Eau-de-Vie, Brandy

Chateau Chantal 15900 Rue de Vin Traverse City, MI 49686 1-800-969-4009 www.chateauchantal.com
    Unoaked Chardonnay                    Reserve Malbec                   Specialty
      Gewurztraminer                                                       Ice Wine




                              2009 Chateau Chantal Wine Awards

                                                                                     Double
Indy international Wine Competition                        2007 Cabernet Franc       Gold
Pacific Rim International Wine Competition                 2008 Pinot Grigio         Gold
Tasters Guild International                                2007 Cabernet Franc       Gold
Tasters Guild International                                2007 Pinot Noir PR        Gold
Tasters Guild International                                2008 Pinot Grigio         Gold
Tasters Guild International                                2007 Chardonnay PR        Gold
Tasters Guild International                                Tonight                   Gold
Tasters Guild International                                2007 Reserve Malbec       Gold
OCC Great Lakes Wine Judging                               Twilight                  Gold
Finger Lakes International Wine Comp                       2007 Pontes Pinot Noir    Silver
Finger Lakes International Wine Comp                       2007 Estate Pinot Noir    Silver
Finger Lakes International Wine Comp                       2007 PR Chardonnay        Silver
Finger Lakes International Wine Comp                       Tonight                   Silver
Riverside International Wine Competition                   2005 PR Riesling          Silver
Pacific Rim International Wine Competition                 Tonight                   Silver
Tasters Guild International                                07 Pinot Noir PR Pontes   Silver
Tasters Guild International                                2007 Trio PR              Silver
Tasters Guild International                                Nice Red                  Silver
Tasters Guild International                                2007 LH Riesling          Silver
Tasters Guild International                                2005 Riesling PR          Silver
Tasters Guild International                                Twilight                  Silver
Los Angles International Wine & Spirits Competition        Twilight                  Silver
Los Angles International Wine & Spirits Competition        07 Pinot Noir PR Pontes   Silver
Los Angles International Wine & Spirits Competition        2008 Pinot Grigio         Silver
OCC Great Lakes Wine Judging                               2007 Cabernet Franc       Silver
OCC Great Lakes Wine Judging                               07 Pinot Noir PR Pontes   Silver
OCC Great Lakes Wine Judging                               2007 Chardonnay PR        Silver
Indy international Wine Competition                        2008 Semi Dry Riesling    Silver
Finger Lakes International Wine Comp                       Twilight                  Bronze


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 Finger Lakes International Wine Comp                         Celebrate                  Bronze
 Riverside International Wine Competition                     2007 PR Chardonnay         Bronze
 Pacific Rim International Wine Competition                   2007 PR Chardonnay         Bronze
 Pacific Rim International Wine Competition                   2007 PR Trio               Bronze
 Tasters Guild International                                  Naughty                    Bronze
 Tasters Guild International                                  Cerise                     Bronze
 Tasters Guild International                                  Celebrate                  Bronze
 Los Angles International Wine & Spirits Competition          07 LH Riesling             Bronze
 OCC Great Lakes Wine Judging                                 2007 Pinot Noir PR         Bronze
 OCC Great Lakes Wine Judging                                 2007 Trio PR               Bronze
 Indy international Wine Competition                          2008 Pinot Grigio          Bronze
 Indy international Wine Competition                          Celebrate                  Bronze
 Indy international Wine Competition                          2008 Gewurztraminer SH     Bronze
 Indy international Wine Competition                          Cerise                     Bronze
 San Francisco International Wine Competition                 2008 Gewurztraminer SH     Bronze




                                            Management

Officers

                    Robert P. Begin Mr. Begin is the Company's founder and Chairman of the
                    Board. Previously, Mr. Begin held the position of President and CEO. Mr. Begin
                    resides in the manager's residence in the Chateau. Mr. Begin did post graduate
                    studies in low income housing under a one-year Ford Foundation Grant, in the
                    late 1960s. Further, Mr. Begin studied with the Smaller Company Management
                    Program at the Baker School of Business, Harvard University, during the early
1970s. He served as associate and pastor within the Archdiocese of Detroit from 1960 to 1972.
From 1972 to 1983, Mr. Begin served as the CEO of Matvest, Inc., a construction management
company with operations in nine major cities at the time of his resignation. He has been the sole
proprietor of Begin Orchards since 1983.
                   James Krupka, Mr. Krupka serves as President and Chief Executive Officer of
                   Chateau Chantal. He is retired as Director of International Competition for BP in
                   London in 2003. His prior position with Amoco was Director of Strategic
                   Planning in Chicago. In the early 1980s Mr. Krupka was based in Traverse City
                   and served as Executive Director for domestic Amoco wells in the Midwest. His
community involvement was reflected in successfully leading the United Way Fund Campaign for
the area. His main task will be to bring professional management and business experience to the
company. Mr. Krupka has a strong vested interest in both his own vineyard and the future growth
of Chateau Chantal. Mr. Krupka also serves as Deacon at St. Joseph’s Catholic Parish on Old
Mission Peninsula.


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                    Mark B. Johnson Mr. Johnson is Vice President of the Company and also
                    serves in the position of Winemaker. His responsibilities include overseeing the
                    Company's grape growing and wine production and distribution marketing,. Mr.
                    Johnson received his B.A. degree in social work from Michigan State University
                    in 1974. In 1983, he received a degree in Viticulture and Enology at the Federal
                    Research Station and Institute, Geisenheim, Germany. From 1983 to 1993, Mr.
                    Johnson was employed as a winemaker at Chateau Grand Traverse, a local
                    winery. His employment with the Company began in 1993. Mr. Johnson is also
a director of the Company.

                 Elizabeth Berger Ms. Berger is the Company's Operations Manager and
                 Treasurer. She joined the Company in June 1993 and has served in her current
                 capacity since 1997. Her job responsibilities include overseeing the Company's
                 management information systems, accounting functions and tasting room
                 personnel. Ms. Berger received her B.A. degree in accounting from Western
                 Michigan University, Kalamazoo, Michigan in 1988, and a Master's degree in
                 Business Administration (MBA) at Western Michigan University's campus in
                 Traverse City in 2002.

                       Marie-Chantal Dalese Marie-Chantal Dalese is a marketing and
                       management specialist with unique graduate education in the wine business.
                       She is the daughter of the founder and namesake for the Chateau growing up
                       on the Chateau estate. Her current position is that of Director of Marketing
                       with Chateau Chantal and Secretary for the company. She previously worked
                       with Connoisseur Wines, Inc as an Office Manager/Sales
                       Representative/Marketing Assistant. Prior to that, she worked with Binny’s
                       Beverage Depot in Chicago as a Wine Consultant and Chateau Chantal in
various functions. Marie-Chantal has a Bachelor of Science in Marketing & Management from
DePaul University, Chicago and a Graduate diploma in Wine Marketing from the University of
Adelaide, Australia. She also completed the Roseworthy Wine Tasting Program in Adelaide.
Directors
The By-Laws of the company allow five to nine directors with more upon approval of a simple
majority. Messrs. Begin and Johnson are officers and directors of the Company. The Company's
other current directors are:

        Joseph Hanish Mr. Hanish is an elected member of the Board. He has held many positions
in academics, administration, the restaurant industry and Securities. He is retired after sixteen years
as manager of a Michigan office of Merrill/Lynch. He is a Certified Financial Counselor.

        Stephanie Coggon Stephanie Coggon and her family have lived on her family cherry
orchard and vineyard on the Old Mission Peninsula since 1997. Her family is one of the two largest
shareholders in Chateau Chantal. Professionally she has worked in healthcare for over twenty years
most recently at the Grand Traverse Pavilions as an assessment Registered Nurse for the Dementia
Care Unit. Stephanie has a Master of Science in Nursing Administration from the University of
Wisconsin and Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the University of North Dakota. Stephanie is a
board member of the Father Fred Foundation and Volunteer for Grand Traverse Area Catholic
Schools.


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       John M. Hoffmann, retired Navy fighter pilot and engineer-owner of SEL (Safety
Engineering Labs), is an original investor at Chateau Chantal, a new Director and member of the
Equity Alliance, and experienced businessman.

       Albert Hrouda Mr. Hrouda currently is retired, but serves as a director of Brewers City
Dock, Inc., a ready mix concrete company in Holland, Michigan, a position he has held since 1973.
Mr. Hrouda received his B.B.A. degree in business administration from the Cleveland College of
Case Western Reserve University in 1948. In 1954, Mr. Hrouda received his CPA certificate from
the State of Michigan. From 1973 to 1990, he served as the Vice-President of Columbian
Distribution Services, Inc., a truck line that was based in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Prior to that, he
was a staff accountant and a partner at Beene & Garter, an accounting firm in Grand Rapids.

       J. Edson Pontes, MD, Vice President International Medicine, Assistant Dean International
Affairs, Wayne State University, Professor of Urology Oncology and internationally recognized
surgeon, has followed Chateau Chantal operations from the beginning, is a new vineyard owner with
a strong ‘at risk’ interest in both Peninsula real estate and the winery’s success.




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