We encourage you to join us for lively discussion paired with wonderful wine. Some folks bring a light snack and you are welcome to do the same. New members are always welcome!
September 4th: Bel Canto by Ann Patchett
October 2nd: Calculating God by Robert J. Sawyer
Please RSVP on Stonefield Cellars Facebook page or to firstname.lastname@example.org
See posting for Class 1 of 6 (to be held on 7/21/14) regarding overall details of the course. Information below is specific to this class only, 6 of 6.
TOPIC FOR THIS SIXTH AND LAST CLASS:
Bottling, Labeling, Wrap-up, food pairing, Exam
Please join us for our annual Harvest Festival! See the schedule below and details about this fun event….
Noon – Open for tasting. Your admission price of $10 covers the cost of the band and includes your first glass of wine or Sangria!
2:00 – 6:00 – Musical performances by 12MCase Band (Rock, Blues, and More)
3:00 and 5:00 pm - “I Love Juicy” Grape Stomping Contests
4:00 pm - “Mountain Mama Madness” Look-Alike Contest
FOOD VENDOR: We will have a wonderful local BBQ company offering you the best in southern smoked pork and chicken with sides. $10 Per Plate (1 meat, 2 sides). Stonefield Cellars will also have desserts available for purchase (ice cream, brownies, wine cake).
NEW WINES: A new vintage of Mountain Mama Madness Red will be released, along with some others recently bottled.
FESTIVAL WILL BE HELD RAIN OR SHINE – All events will happen whether it rains or not – we will not cancel the event if it rains – everything will be done inside and under cover of our patio and crushpad.
NO OUTSIDE FOOD OR BEVERAGES - We hope that you will support our local food vendor and us by purchasing your food and drinks on site. In addition to wonderful WINE and SANGRIA, we have BEER and a good assortment of non-alcoholic beverages.
STONEFIELD CELLARS is a SMOKE FREE PROPERTY. We ask that you smoke only in your personal vehicle, leaving your butts in your car. Thanks!
PLEASE LEAVE FIDO AT HOME - We have chickens and two cats on the property. We love dogs, but it is best that you leave yours at home.