NightHawk fans, you did it! WOW! We were blown away by the huge success of the inaugural Tuscan Pig Roast last weekend! To all of you who came out to laugh, drink, and feast in the cold rain – THANK YOU! Wasn’t that incredible? We couldn’t believe how much fun it was to get together in the worst weather of the month.
The parking lot was full, bellies were satisfied, and the wine was flowing, making good times and treasured memories for all the hearty wine-lovers who attended. It’s hard to imagine a better day at the winery. Chef Josh’s creations were more than something special… they warmed our hearts.
Speaking of warming, now is the perfect season to cozy up with a glass of wine in two areas of our property that transform into something magical this time of year. We open our fireplace room to guests so that people can enjoy a bottle together in a comfy space with a rustic feel. We also wrap our sun porch in protective sheeting and bring out the warmers so that you don’t have to sit by the fire pit outside (even though that’s really great too!)
Thanks to your turnout, Chef Josh will be making an encore appearance this weekend, Saturday November 18. Mark your calendars and come out for his inspired farm-to-fork food!
This is also the last weekend of the season for live music. Laura Lisbeth plays original, heartfelt folk-pop at 2 pm. There should be a lot of her fans out in attendance. It's going to be a great weekend in the country-- music, food, friends and wine!
We warm you inside and out with a special treat -- our seasonal offering of German Glö-wine in the tasting room. Buy a glass from us, (love it!) and then take home a bottle of our wine to create your own batch for friends and family! This drink makes the season great and it’s also a great excuse to use an umlaut (those little dots over the ‘o’.)
Enjoy the recipe, and don’t forget that wine is always cheaper by the case. Prosit!
4 cups apple cider
1 bottle red or white wine
1/4 cup honey
2 cinnamon sticks
1 orange, zested and juiced
4 whole cloves
3 whole star anise
4 oranges, peeled (optional garnish)
In a large saucepan, combine all ingredients except garnish. Bring to a boil and simmer over low heat for 10 minutes. Pour into mugs, add orange peel to each (optional) and serve.