Located less than a mile off Madison Pike in southern Kenton County, Atwood Hill Winery has been welcoming visitors for the last few years. The winery is open each weekend offering tastings and a place to relax with a glass of wine. Events draw many wine lovers from the surrounding community, as well as visitors from all over the tri-state. In the summer months, there are outdoor concerts and dinners. This time of year, visitors have the opportunity to visit the Farmstead located next door to the winery for a monthly dinner.
This weekend, we had the pleasure of sharing an evening out with close friends at Atwood Hill Winery’s Farmstead Dinner. Guests are greeted and invited to taste and choose a wine to go with their dinners. Our table chose Cabernet Sauvignon, Harvest White and Vidal Blanc. The winery offers a wide variety of wines from dry to sweet, along with some fruit wines.
Home cooked food, furnished by caterer, Linda Padgett, included herb rubbed roast beef, pork tenderloin, butter parsley red skinned potatoes, green beans, tossed salad, yeast rolls, and desserts. Entertainment was provided by Lynn Holland Payne, who played the acoustic guitar player and sang an eclectic selection of songs.
Their next dinner will be in February. Those interested can check their event calendar for the date and menu. Reservations are required.
Anyone wanting a fun night out in the country will enjoy the food, the wine, the music and the lovely, homey atmosphere of the Farmstead at Atwood Hill Winery.
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