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Wine, Beer & Cocktail Offerings
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The Fearrington Granary offers a casual and informative atmosphere to enjoy wine, beer and cocktails. Whether you appreciate a glass or wine with your meal or attend our weekly classes to delve deeper into a region, grape or mixology, The Fearrington Granary is the destination for beverage education.

“Our beers on tap run the gamut of familiar to the ‘out there,’ and by ‘out there’ we mean beers that you don’t normally encounter in a regular dining establishment,” says Beverage Director Paula de Pano. “We try to connect with as many local breweries as we can, and even doing our own special beer collaboration with Fullsteam Brewery in Durham.

The Granary is a neighborhood dining spot; it’s inclusive and unpretentious in nature and so we try to reflect the wine list towards that direction. Most bottles are under $40, and they’re selected in such a way that they’re easy-drinking and pair well with The Granary’s comfort food.

Wine classes are a great way to learn more about certain wine regions in the world in a small class setting that encourages questions. “It’s a way to learn the basics of where different wines come from and how they should taste and who makes some of the most classic styles in their respective region,” says de Pano. “I first started learning about wine by tasting different wines and asking questions, and the wine classes are an informal setting for guests to start the learning process.”

What will you find?

  • 1/2 off bottles of wine on Mondays and Tuesdays
  • Fifteen seasonal rotating wines available by the glass
  • A list featuring 50 different hand-selected wines, from the easy drinking to the esoteric
  • Weekly wine classes on all things beverage – could be wine one week, cocktails the next!
  • 10% off weekly featured wine

 

Meet Beverage Director Paula de Pano

I never thought that I would end up in the hospitality industry – my parents, traditional and well-meaning, always had high hopes that their daughter would become a lawyer or a doctor. But I soon found I had more interest in cooking fancy dinners for the family than burying...

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