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Max joined The Fearrington House in 2007 as Sommelier, and within a year was promoted to Wine Director with responsibilities for the beverage program for the entire property. He organizes and hosts Fearrington House’s popular wine dinner series. And he also teaches popular and inexpensive wine and beer classes at The Fearrington Granary Restaurant. Read more about Max here or view his blog!
The Fearrington Granary, Wine
Today, July 24th we will be hosting Trey Stephenson from Neal Rosenthal Imports (Mad Rose) for a dinner focused on the wines of Switzerland and the Valle d'Aosta of Italy. This will be a dinner featuring wines that rarely make it to North Carolina, wines so good that barely 2% of them are exported, the rest consumed by the in-the-know locals. Even more enticing are the grape varieties of Switzerland and the Valle d'Aosta, grapes like Petite Arvine, Amigne, Cornalin, and Humagne Rouge, grapes... Full Post >
Fearrington House Restaurant, Roost, The Fearrington Granary, The Goat, Wine
So with the coming of each season, we at Fearrington get excited to release the newest collaboration with Fullsteam Brewery. This week we are releasing our Fearrington-Fullsteam Summer Beer, and it is:
An American Berliner Weisse steeped with local Elderflower for lifted aromatics. If you recall from last Fall's beer, a Berliner Weisse was the traditional sour ale of Prussia, made with a wheat and barley base with a lower hop inclusion, it was referred to as the "Champagne of the... Full Post >
Fearrington House Restaurant, The Fearrington Granary, The Fearrington House Inn, The Goat, Wine
This past May I took one of my bi-annual trips to California. I love California -- the wine, food, natural beauty and diverse culture is an ever-beckoning call to visit.
As a Sommelier I am fortunate enough to have visited many times, and have gotten to know Sonoma and Napa Valley in a very in-depth way. However, all of the trips I have taken in the past were group oriented, and everything needed to be on a tight schedule, and, most importantly, I had no choice over which wineries I... Full Post >
Starting on June 21st you will notice that, all of a sudden, a number of restaurants around the country have been transformed into temples of Riesling worship. Perhaps, you will look at their wines by the glass and you will find it odd that they are offering three or four, or maybe ONLY Riesling for their white wine selections. Some of you will say, 'I hate Riesling, it's so sweet,' others will say 'Riesling is not a serious wine,' or 'Why do you have so much Riesling by the glass?,' and... Full Post >
Fearrington House Restaurant, The Fearrington Granary, The Goat, Wine
Part of our inspiration for the Village's monthly wine themes is to bring attention to wines that don't get the attention they deserve. With each month we provide information, fun anecdotes, and lots of opportunities to taste great wines from all over the world, and in June, we are very excited to feature the wines of one of the oldest European winemaking cultures, the wines of Greece.
Wine has been produced in Greece for over 4,000 years, and was such an integral part of ancient Greek... Full Post >
As we get into late spring, there is nothing more refreshing to sip on than a great rosé or sparkling wine. We will be featuring rosés and bubblies from Spain, Italy, France, Germany, Austria, the United States and...well, all over the world this May. These wines are perfect for an every day glass, and also great for celebrating special events that happen during this time of year. Join us at The Granary, The Fearrington House, The Goat and Roost and sip to your hearts delight.
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Did you know we are featuring a new wine region throughout the Village Center each month? Read about what we did in March!
April, one of my favorite times to live in North Carolina, brings with it the promise of renewal and regeneration after a long winter. With its flowers and buds it brings back memories of times past while refocusing us on the freshness and excitement of the future. It is a time to explore new things, and in our opinion, to explore new things to drink. So, in honor of... Full Post >
Fearrington Events, The Fearrington Granary, The Fearrington House Inn, The Goat, Wine
Rioja, the most recognizable and famous wine region in Spain, is the focus of March's wine class at The Granary on Thursday, March 6th. We will be taking a look at the region's history from the middle ages, to the first "modern period" when the influence of the Bordelais changed the regions course in the mid-19th century, to the second "modern period" in the late twentith Century when Rioja delved into a more international style, creating a divide between classical and modern producers. We... Full Post >
After much success with our summer collaboration with Sean Lilly Wilson and Chris Davis of Fullsteam Brewery, last week we released the Fearrington Fall Beer at a release dinner on our Garden Terrace. We also had the release of the great art work that Win Crannell from Georgia created for the Fullsteam Fearrington Beer series label, an oak tree in each season. Thanks to Sean at Fullsteam we will be featuring the art work at the entrance of The Fearrington Granary. Each season as we... Full Post >
Fearrington Events, The Fearrington Granary, Wine
Mas de Daumas Gassac is not your everyday wine. You will not see it at your local grocery store, you will not easily find its scores in your favorite wine magazine, and you might just have a hard time placing it in your wine vocabulary -- yet, to taste these wines is a necessity for any wine lover. These wines represent the very essence of what makes wine great. On September 19th we will have Vergile Rousseau, National Brand Manager for the winery, and Thomas Meunier its importer, joining us... Full Post >