Labor Day Weekend Wine Blast:
1. Four new wines will be introduced:
Shetowee Red, we believe, will become the winery's iconic dry red wine. We employed the "solara method" which involves moving wine from one barrel to another and blending varietals as we top off the barrels to create this dark, robust and complex wine. Aged in Kentucky Oak barrels lightly toasted; the primary varietal is Cabernet Franc grown in Western Kentucky blended with some of our own Chambourcin. T'is a Reserve wine my friends!
Thirteen Springs is a dry white wine that will pair wonderfully with a salad, fish or light cheeses. Named for the historic site at Mill Springs, Kentucky. Native Americans camped and hunted this unique natural area teeming with wildlife; the Long Hunters first explored this area and only returned home after two years with tales of a wilderness paradise. The springs drew millers and sawyers due to the availability of natural water power. It also drew the Confederate and Union Armies in the Winter of 1862.
Our hope is that this area will soon be designated as a National Park because of its national significance.
Lake Falls is a sweet wine for those of you who have a sweeter palate.
Boaters on beautiful Lake Cumberland have their secret coves and they will race you to get to them first. The difference between a good cove and a great cove is the water fall.
2. Several older wines are revived by popular demand. Forever Strawberry, Cayuga, Villard Noir.
3. Help us clean out our cellar. We have some older wines that we need to sell...3$ a bottle or $36 a case with a 10% discount. Suggested use: sauté', marinade.
Great time was had by all! We solved who "dun in" Clyde on Friday night and who "took care of" the Mayor of Mayberry on Saturday night.
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Thanks to all who came!
Reservations Will Close Thursday at 6 p.m.
Enjoy a Murder Mystery at the Winery!
Two shows to choose from or attend both:
Friday, July 1, 2016 at 6:30 p.m.
Saturday, July 2, 2016 at 6:30 p.m.
We will have a Holiday Dinner appropriate for the 4th of July.
Grilled Pork or Chicken,
Fresh Corn (grilled in the husks),
Homegrown Tomatoes or Tossed Green Salad
and a Seasonal Cobbler with Ice Cream for Desert.
Tea and Water are included.
Wine and Beer may be purchased separately.
$40 per person plus tax for the Dinner and Show!
Reservations are required. Call Norrie at 606-307-5253 Cell or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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Back by popular demand, Kevin O'Brien of Upstage Productions and his troop will perform and enlist YOU in the show! Last year's "Murder on the Disoriented Express" was a great hit...little did we know who the murderer was or the undiscovered talent hidden amongst the audience.