Release and tasting of the 2009 Pinot Gris
They have joined with a few of our neighboring wineries to form the Appellation Trail. Other wineries on the wine trail are Mountfair, Glass House Winery, Stinson Vineyards (opening 6/11) and Moss Vineyards (opening in 2012). Check back for more details on our April 16th Appellation Trail kick-off event!
Sunday April 3rd
1:00 p.m. Wine and Food Pairing with menu by Genevieve Delfosse
$40 per person, reservations required.
2:15-5 p.m. Live Music with David Tewksbury
Paramount Theater “Big Night at the Paramount”
3:30 p.m. . The brothers in Big Night–chef Primo (Tony Shalhoub) and businessman Secondo (Tucci)–have come to New Jersey to open a bistro named The Paradise that serves the finest in traditional, authentic Italian cuisine.
Sample food and wine, meet winemakers and chefs before the movie. Special guests are Virginia winemaker Gabrielle Rausse and Tavola Restaurant owner, Michael Keaveny.
Tickets are $12
2009 Vintners Reserve Merlot Tasting one day only!
Tuesday April 12th
Palladio Cooking class: Seafood
6:30 p.m. Enrollment is limited to 12 and admission is $95
Friday April 15th TAX Day!
Keswick Vineyards Tax Free Zone zone for the day 🙂
Look for more events the second half of April, this should be a good start for enjoying early Spring in the Virginia vineyards!
Virginia Wine Lover magazine has announced their First Annual “Best Of” Readers’ Choice Awards.
One lucky voter will be gifted with a wine weekend getaway.
The polls close on April 15, 2011 so be sure to vote now!
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