Fruit of the vine: Wine events for the week of September 17

Fruit of the vine: Wine events for the week of September 17

Afton Mountain
Afton Mountain After Hours
Saturday, September 22: Dallas Wesley and Band (6-9pm)
(540) 456-8667
www.aftonmountainvineyards.com

Barboursville Vineyard
Italian Harvest Feast
Saturday, September 22 at 1pm: Enjoy a traditional five course feast paired with Barboursville wines, prepared by Guest Chefs Cesare Lanfranconi, formerly of Washington’s Café Milano, Tosca, and Spezie, and Shannon Overmiller of The Majestic in Alexandria. $95 per person all-inclusive. Reservations required.
(540) 832-7848
www.barboursvillewine.com

Cardinal Point
November 10-11: Ninth annual Oyster Roast
Oysters will be served raw, steamed, fried, and stewed.
Live music and plenty of oysters from our friends at Rappahannock River Oyster Co.!
Saturday music: The Cashmere Jungle Lords (surfabilly rock at its best)
Sunday music: The Atkinsons (roots rock from Richmond). Cover Charge: $8 per person in advance, $10 per person at the door; $5 for Case Club members; kids under 18 admitted free.
(Cover charge includes a wine glass and free wine tasting; it does NOT include wine to fill your glass or oysters).
Advance Tickets on Sale starting October 1, noon-5pm each day.
(540) 456-8400
cardinalpointwinery.com

Delfosse Vineyards
French Crêpe Day: September 30, 2012
Come and celebrate another French crêpe Day on September 30, 2012 from 1 PM to 5 PM. Select from a menu of 5 different crepes: Savory (sauteed Shrimps and Broccoli in white wine reduction and Mediterranean herbs
Mushrooms shallots, garlic and egg with Mornay sauce); Sweet (strawberries, chocolate and mascarpone vanilla); Nutella and Bananas (French-style crepe, plain sugar and a sprinkling of Grand Marnier). $5 per crepe.
263-6100
www.delfossewine.com

Glass House Winery
All BELOW MUSIC EVENTS ARE 6:15-9pm
Friday, September 21: Beleza Brasil
Sunday, September 23: Stephanie Nakasian and Hod O’Brien (2-5pm)
Friday, September 28: Pat Craig
975-0094
glasshousewinery.com

Keswick Vineyards
Friday, September 21: Wine & Cigar Night, 5-8pm
Rob Barker, who is a member of The Virginia Wine & Cigar Trail, Cigar Volante and Panacea Pairings have all come together to bring you the perfect match of cigars and Keswick wine. Price is $25.00 for wine club members, $30 for non-wine club members. Event will be held poolside at Edgewood Estate. Reservations recommended.
244-3341
keswickvineyards.com

Mountfair Vineyard
September 22: ’10 Wooloomooloo Release Party! (5-8pm)
Join us in celebration of our 2010 Wooloomooloo’s release with an evening of food, wine, and music by Paulo Franco & Turtle Zwadlo!
Open for complimentary tastings March-November Fri.-Sun. Noon-5pm or by appointment.
4875 Fox Mountain Rd., Crozet
823-7605
mountfair.com

Stinson Vineyard
Tasting Room hours are Thursday through Sunday 11am-5pm, or by appointment.
823-7300
www.stinsonvineyards.com

Trump Vineyards
Third Thursdays: September 20
Enjoy FREE live music in the Tasting Room from 5:30-7pm on the third Thursday of every month.
Can’t make Third Thursday? Trump’s Tasting Room is open seven days a week! Come out and taste our award-winning wines at your liesure.
Tasting Room Hours: Sunday-Friday 11am-6pm, Saturday 11am-8pm
3550 Blenheim Rd.
984-4855
trumpwinery.com

White Hall Vineyards
October 13-14: 10th Annual Art in the Vineyard (11am-5pm)
Come see what local artisans have on display while tasting our award-winning wines and touring the winery. Be sure to bring a picnic lunch and enjoy the beautiful views of the Blue Ridge Mountains! The $10 entry fee includes a tour, tasting and embossed wine glass to keep.

White Hall Vineyards is open for tours and tastings, Wednesdays through Sundays from 11am-5pm.
5282 Sugar Ridge Rd., Crozet
823-8615
whitehallvineyards.com

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