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!
More about wine >
Reserve a Room
Reserve a Table >
Fearrington House Inn
Reserve a Room >
The Spa at Fearrington
Make an Appointment >
Tour Homes >
Art Means Everything at The Barn >
February 9, 4:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
Village Calendar >
I am interested in...
Books & Authors
Food & Wine
All Things Wine
Shop gift certificates and gift cards and give the gift of Fearrington.
Shop here >
A full-service restaurant, the Old Granary is the perfect spot to sit and enjoy an elegant lunch or brunch. The Contemporary american cuisine features an extensive selection of hand-made salads, entrees and desserts. This vibrant restaurant, decorated with warm colors and rich fabrics, provides seating on various levels with views of the charming village shops, surrounding gardens, and the rolling pastures filled with Belted Galloway Cows and Tennessee Fainting Goats.
Triangle Restaurant Week kicks off this week - meaning there are some great specials coming up at The Granary! As a participant in the week-long celebration of culinary excellence, The Granary is offering a three course lunch for $15, and a three course dinner for $30 this week. Both menus feature some of our favorites, like Chef Bedford's Beef Wellington, and the Crab, Kale & Ricotta Crepe!
Triangle Restaurant Week encourages visitors and residents alike to experience excellent... Full Post >
Also In: The Goat, Wine
Each year, when the air begins to cool, the smell of the fireplace in the lounge at The Fearrington House Restaurant permeates and mixes with the aroma of our coffee roasting. Combining the two really make you feel as if you are in a quaint village in Europe. When you walk into the restaurant and through the kitchens you feel the magic that goes into creating what we do everyday in throughout the Village Center.
There is one window in the restaurant that looks out to our herb garden and our... Full Post >
Also In: Fearrington House Restaurant, The Goat, Wine
The latest edition of the Fearrington-Fullsteam collaboration brew has arrived! Our Fearrington Fall Apple Extra Special Bitter is on tap throughout the Village Center. This is an autumn and Southern inspired take on the traditional style of English Ale, with pressed heirloom apples from Foggy Ridge Cider in Dugspur, Virginia. With 6% ABV, strong apple tones are carried throughout with caramel and toffee notes from the malt. You'll notice just a touch of roasted malt in the finish. This... Full Post >
Also In: The Fearrington House Inn, Wine
We are super excited to have Diane Flynt, cider-maker and apple farmer extraordinaire, joining us for a class at The Fearrington Granary on Thursday, September 3rd at 5:30pm. Diane is one of the best producers of dry fermented apple ciders in the United States. She makes a wide range of ciders from heirloom apple to crab apple varieties all grown on her farm in Dugspur, Virginia. Diane has become a point person for many of us in the Sommelier world for information on apple farming, cider... Full Post >
Also In: Fearrington House Restaurant, The Fearrington House Inn, The Goat, Wine
We can all use a retreat from this busy world we live in. From our busy schedules and endless to-do lists, to our constant desire to stay on top of things, we often forget to sit back, relax, and remember why we work so hard. There is evidence that momentary escapes and adventures can bring a sense of calm and joy, and provide a regular equilibrium to our busy lives. For me, this retreat can often be found in a glass of wine.
How, you might ask, can a glass of wine provide a momentary... Full Post >
Also In: Roost, The Goat
The Fearrington-Fullsteam summer collaboration brew is on tap throughout Fearrington Village and the Triangle. Give it a try at Roost this weekend!
Session India Tea Ale (ITA) brewed with Lemon Peel
This beer is a new twist on a traditional IPA. Made with 18% local malt this beer has the flavors and aromas of an IPA but with a toned down ABV that makes it more palatable for the hotter months. The hops have been carefully selected to pair with... Full Post >
Also In: Fearrington House Restaurant, Roost, The Goat
Wine Director Maximilian Kast and Sean Lilly Wilson of Fullsteam Brewery have released their latest brew-concoction. This summer throughout Fearrington Village we will have the Fearrington-Fullsteam Summer India Tea Ale on tap. This beer is a session IPA made with tea grown by our neighbors in South Carolina.
Stop by The Fearrington House, The Fearrington Granary, The Goat or Roost to try the latest collaboration and cheers to the season! Full Post >
Also In: Wine
Fearrington’s Wine Director Maximilian Kast and Fullsteam Brewery’s Sean Lilly Wilson have combined talents for a collaboration in the name of beer! The result is a seasonal beer line that use local ingredients to compliment each season right here in central North Carolina.
Their latest beer creation, the Spring Tart Saison is made with 50% Two Row Barley, 30% North Carolina Malted Wheat, and 20% Torrified Wheat, using both Hallertau Magnum and Santium hops. It is fermented with a... Full Post >
Over the next few weeks we have two exciting opportunities with leading experts in the wines of the Iberian Peninsula. Wine has been made in both Portugal and Spain since Antiquity and both countries have gained numerous accolades over time. Now, however, is the most exciting time in both countries' histories, and it is imperative to explore what is new while nodding to the great wines of the past. These two events will be informative, fun, and sure to introduce you to wines you've never tried... Full Post >
Also In: Fearrington Weddings
Our very talented pastry chefs at the Fearrington House obviously had a great time welcoming Baby Jones into the world. They even named the animals – Milton the Monkey, Jerry the Giraffe, Roger the Lion and Douglas the Zebra (what else would you call a zebra?!). Too much fun!
- Gilda Full Post >