Over the years, Schuler’s has been known for pairing fine food with wine. The “Great Expectations” wine list of the ‘60s listed imported French wines, “California Wines of Distinction,” and “An Ankle Breaker of Almaden Rose,” which cost $1 for a quarter liter and $12 for “The Works.” A restaurant review from the ‘80s noted that the restaurant offered a special list of Maison Latour Burgundies “especially chosen by Hans Schuler on a recent trip to France” to mark Schuler’s 80th Anniversary.
Today, Schuler’s continues to offer you a varied wine list with carefully selected wines—including Schuler’s private label wines—designed to complement our menu or to stand alone as a palate-friendly choice of beverage. We encourage fine wine appreciation by sponsoring seasonal wine dinners and wine tastings. These events provide Schuler’s culinary team with the opportunity to showcase their skills.
We offer retail wine for sale by the bottle or case, and we also participate in the Michigan Law that allows guests to take home any unfinished bottle of wine after dining.