Magnolia “Elizabeth”

One of our favorite color combos: Carolina blue and the soft yellow of Magnolia “Elizabeth.”

Sisters Kast

Not only am I lucky enough to work with the talented photographer Krystal Kast, I'm also fortunate enough to be able to call her my sister-in-law! She is an amazing talent capturing special moments at so many of Fearrington's weddings. She is easy to work with and just fun to be around. She captures people at their best and happiest! I get to spend my weekends making couples and families happy while spending time with Krystal. I look forward to another amazing wedding season and spending... Full Post >

April: The Wines of Southern Italy!

Greetings fellow wine enthusiasts!  Each month here at Fearrington we will be featuring the wines of a specific place, throughout all three of the restaurants here in The Village.  At The Goat, all of the wine that we have by the glass will be from that particular month's focus. For the month of April everything by the glass will be of Southern Italian origin! CANTINA DEL TABURNO - Falanghina Spumante...........$8/gls This is bubbly made using the Charmat process, think... Full Post >

Species Tulips

Sunny days and warming temperatures have brought forth the first of many tulips here in our gardens. Always early, and repeating year after year, are the so-called "species tulips," many of these varieties date back to antiquity. With their short stems and cheerful colors, these tulips are hardy and welcome in early spring. Among the first:  "Little Beauty" starring in the beds alongside Roost. Full Post >

New Season, New Seeds

Our glasshouse is beginning to look a lot like Spring! New seed starts. Full Post >

Spring Brings Live Music at Roost!

Spring has sprung at Fearrington Village! That means on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights you'll hear live music drifting through the Village coming from our beer garden Roost. What better way to spend an evening than sipping on wine or craft beer while listening to live music with friends? We kick off the season this Friday, April 4th with no other than Tommy Edwards himself. We hope to see you under the oak trees! Full Post >