Fearrington’s wine program is delighted to offer 10% off six or more bottles of wine purchased at The Goat! Whether you ask The Goat’s wine guru to mix and match a custom case, or you choose the bottles yourself, you’ll enjoy wines from hand-selected producers at a great value!
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November 17, 2016 9:30 AM | By Our Somms | No Comments
Our wine team loves bringing in small production, quality driven wines at affordable prices. Here are a few of the exciting new wines offered at The Goat:
Evodia, Garnacha, Calatyud, Spain ($15)
A wine made with Eric Solomon, one of the greatest importers of Spanish wine, this Old Vine Grenache – some at 100 years old! – is mixed with a touch of Syrah, and is a stunner for the price. Warm, ripe red and blue fruit is accompanied with light spice notes of black pepper and clove. Perfect for roast poultry or light braises.
Franciscan, Cuvee Sauvage Chardonnay, Carneros, California ($30)
For those who love oaky, buttery Chardonnays, look no further! This wine from Franciscan is fermented with indigenous yeasts present in the vineyards, giving this white some complexity. This wine tastes like ripe apples and pears lounging in crème brûlée with a touch of lemon curd.
– Colin, Fearrington Sommelier
We sat down with Kate Moon for Rewined Candles, before their trunk show at Dovecote on Saturday, November 19th and Sunday, November 20th. Here is what she shared with us about their collection!
What has been your inspiration this season?
Introducing and exploring new/lesser known wine varietals such as Syrah, Viognier and Chenin Blanc through the introduction of Rewined's Blanc Collection, our first full candle collection crafted in clear glass wine bottles.
What is your... Full Post >
Fearrington Weddings, Real Weddings
Katie and Alex tied the knot on May 1, 2016. These newlyweds said their "I do"s under the Pecan Trees and danced the night away in The Garden Terrace!
How did you and your partner meet?
Katie was near the end of her rotations for her Physician Assistant program at a hospital where I worked with my father. Throughout fall of 2012, Katie spent several weeks working alongside my father. When he learned that Katie was on her last week of rotations he asked her to stick around after her shift... Full Post >
It's that time again! That special time of year when families gather together around the table and give thanks (and eat lots of delicious food!)
The holidays are upon us and Dovecote is here for you.
To help out, we've got a little something for everyone.
For the hostess, we have unique glassware and serving dishes. We love using teak utensils to serve delicious holiday portions!
For the guest, we always recommend our housemade jams from The Fearrington House Restaurant, the... Full Post >
This year our gardeners and chefs created more than 50 silly, spooky and spirited designs on pumpkins, squash and more for Pumpkinfest!
Whether munching on pizza slices from Roost, haunted hot dogs, or spooky sweets from The Goat - there was something delightfully delicious for everyone. Our talented team took creepy crawly and creative designs to turnips, squash and uniquely colored pumpkins (like the white pumpkin pictured here), each personality shone throughout the Village.
Thank... Full Post >
We sat down with Ann Lightfoot before her trunk show at Dovecote on Saturday, November 12th and Sunday, November 13th. Here is what she shared with us about her collection!
What was your inspiration this season?
This season, like every season, my inspiration always comes from seeing and finding new materials in their rawest form. Seeing these stones, brought straight from the earth, is always a magical time for me in the creative process. I always start with the stones themselves... Full Post >