Wine for your Valentine!

It’s always nice to give a Valentine’s Day gift you can both enjoy!  Sant’ Evasio’s Brachetto D’Acqui is a pleasantly sweet sparkling red wine, made similarly to Moscato d’Asti.  In the glass, soft red flowers, muddled cherries, and raspberry liqueur are prominent on the nose and palate, with a few gentle bubbles dancing around in the background.  This will be perfect with all of those dark chocolate treats you are going to be feeding each other! ... Full Post >

Wine of the Week [February 2nd - February 8th]

Greetings fellow wine enthusiasts!  Regardless of the degree to which you identify with the term, whether you like to enjoy a glass every now and then, or, like me, get unnecessarily emotional upon seeing a chipped wine glass, we here at The Goat would like to foster your love for the drink by offering wine every week that we will showcase here in the blog, and have available for tasting on Fridays from 6~7 p.m. Los vinos de España han sido cautivando los corazones y las mentes de los... Full Post >

Staff Picks

Let's dive into staff picks! This is a good bunch--you'll find a mix of authors on the rise and ones who are already in their primes. The Kept by James Scott "Every so often a book comes along that just knocks my socks off. The more I think about it the more it resonates with me. The Kept is such a book. While it is one of these bleak and grim types that I tend to gravitate towards and know exactly which readers will enjoy, I will recommend this book to almost anyone.... Full Post >

More on Anniversaries

I had a really sweet email from a past bride and groom, Rachelle and Chris, talking about what a good time they had here when they came back to Fearrington for their second anniversary.  I will share it with you: "We decided we should come back more often!  I wish we could have done this last year on our first anniversary!   It was the best meal I've had in forever!  They made me a ribeye on request and I was sooo full! We started with some ice cream at The Goat then went to the barn... Full Post >