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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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.
If you haven't tried the Summertime Fare Menu at The Fearrington Granary, this is your last chance to experience these fantastic summer flavors!
There are amazing meals for summer days, including Warm Chicken Fritters with Honey Mustard, and Beer Batter Roasted Beef Tenderloin with Mushroom & Field Pea Ragout. Don't forget to leave room for those delectable desserts too!
Remember, the seasonal fare menu changes about every three weeks! So, as the end of summer approaches, keep an... Full Post >
Come savor The Fearrington Granary's Summerfare Menu before summer fades away! This new lunch option allows you to combine any two courses for $18 per person. The dishes will delight your senses and Wine Director Maximilian Kast's wine pairings only add to the immersion of seasonal flavors.
Peach & Farmers Cheese Salad with Arugula Pesto
Black Quinoa & Corn Dressing
Wine Pairing: Koehler-Ruprecht, Riesling Kabinett, Pfalz, Germany $8/glass
Local... Full Post >
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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 >
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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 >
The North Carolina summer is in full swing and so is the new Summertime Fare Menu at The Fearrington Granary!
There are so many delicious flavors featured that are perfect for the summer season, including refreshing Silver Queen Corn soup with Lemon Pickled Tomatoes, and Beer Batter Snapper with Cucumber and Potato Salad. It is going to be hard to choose a favorite with so many delectable options!
These light and tasty meals are tempting enough, and that's not without mention of... Full Post >
Also In: Fearrington House Restaurant, 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 >
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This past weekend we hosted a very sweet intimate wedding dinner at The Fearrington Granary in Galloway's private dining room. Jennifer and Tom celebrated their special day with 25 of their closest friends and family. Guests enjoyed cocktails and hors d'oeuvres in the Gallery area. Cocktail hour was followed by a splendid three course dinner in Galloway's.
The room looked beautiful with traditional white and green arrangements with fun touches of ferns from our gardens. A beautiful... Full Post >
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The 2014 FIFA World Cup kicks off on Thursday, June 12th at 5pm pitting Brazil against Croatia and The Fearrington Granary is prepped and ready! With a Croatian wine by the glass and a classic Brazilian cocktail, we expect to see you cheering on your favorite team, or simply enjoying your drink of preference!
The Granary will be open for every World Cup game beginning June 12th through July 2nd (check The Granary Facebook regarding Sunday games) for mouthwatering comfort food, drinks... Full Post >
With the increasingly warmer weather must come increasingly more delicious beer! The seasonal beer that we germinated in conjunction with our buds over at Fullsteam Brewery in Durham (notice the Spring references there, witty right!) is brewed in Belgian style with coriander, turmeric, and lemongrass grown here in our herb garden. If you'd like to share this treat with your friends and family, we have our Spring beer available on tap at The Fearrington House, The Granary, and our beer... Full Post >
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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 >