However you celebrate Thanksgiving, hope you have a joyful day! My wine recommendation for your dinner is whatever makes you happy. Thanksgiving Dinners are as different as people, so pour what you love and have a great time. Be thankful!by admin with 1 Comment
On Saturday, November 6, from 10 to 6, I will be one of the authors featured in the Kentucky Book Festival at Joseph Beth Booksellers in Lexington at Lexington Green. More than 100 Kentucky authors will be available to greet book lovers and sign their books. As both a book lover and an author, this is a real thrill for me! I am looking forward to sharing my book Vineyard to Table Cooking with Kentucky Wine with the visitors to this special day.
Hope you are able to attend. I would love to see you there and as a previous attendee of the event, I can guarantee you will enjoy yourself immensely.
Check out the following websites for more information: https://www.kyhumanities.org/programs/kentucky-book-festival or https://www.josephbeth.com/Iby admin with No Comments
Reminder: I will be at Forest Edge Winery from 2 to 5 on Sunday with my book Vineyard to Table Cooking with Kentucky Wine. The book is a great buy for anyone who would like to learn more about cooking and wine. It would make a great gift too. And, as an added plus, the wine at Forest Edge is excellent and no matter what your taste, you’ll find a wine you will love.
Hope to see you there!by admin with No Comments
On October 10, from 2 to 5, I will be at Forest Edge Winery in Bullitt County signing copies of Vineyard to Table Cooking with Kentucky Wine.
With 69 original recipes, information about wine, cooking and tips for cooking with wine, this is a perfect cookbook for the person who has always always wanted to try cooking with wine but been afraid to try it. Not only is this a great addition to your kitchen, with the holidays coming, this is perfect gift for anyone on your list who likes to cook.
Saturday, from 11 till 5, I will be at Chrisman Mill Vineyards and Winery during the Wine Barrel Tasting for the Springs signing copies of Vineyard to Table Cooking with Kentucky Wine. If you or someone you know loves to cook, this is the book for you; and with the holidays coming, it’s a perfect gift for that hard to buy person on your list. Give them a taste of Kentucky.
Enjoy the Barrel Tasting event with a visit to Chrisman Mill Vineyards and Winery. Chef D will be serving wood fired pizza and street tacos from 12 to 8. This Saturday will be the last chance to enjoy these specialties from the outdoor kitchen at the vineyard for 2021.
Saturday will be a great day with wine tasting, wood fired pizzas and a book signing.
McConnell Springs is hosting a fundraising event that will appeal to Kentucky wine lovers. From 11 to 5, visit any of the wineries on this map and get a chance to try some wines. Travel in your own vehicle from winery to winery, visit all eight or choose the ones you want to try. We’ve done this many years and the day is very enjoyable.
If you’ve never been to a barrel tasting, now is your chance. Visitors can talk to the winemakers, taste the wines while they are aging, and compare them to the finished wines. This is an excellent event for wine lovers!by admin with No Comments
Pour yourself a glass of your
favorite red wine and celebrate
National Red Wine Day!
Don’t Forget! This Saturday, August 21, at Brianza Gardens and Winery, I will be signing and selling copies of Vineyard to Table Cooking with Kentucky Wine. The cost is $29.95 plus tax. My first book, A Wine Lover’s Odyssey Across Kentucky, which covers the early history of Kentucky wine, will be available for $15.00. I would love to meet you and hope to see you there. While there, plan to enjoy some of the best wines in the state. If you have never visited this vineyard, now’s your chance.by admin with No Comments
On Saturday, August 21, from 2 to 4 PM, I will be signing and selling copies of my cookbook Vineyard to Table Cooking with Kentucky Wine. This book gives you the history of food and wine, tips on cooking with wine, and other wine and food related information. I would love to meet you and talk about cooking with wine.
Hope to see you there!
Chrisman Mill Vineyards and Winery is the oldest operating winery in the state of Kentucky. Chris and Denise Nelson have created a winery that has grown and stood the test of time, remaining one of the best and most popular wineries in the state. They have expanded and are now a winery, a distillery, and a restaurant. You will want to plan a visit.
The winery is open now on Saturdays. Try their wine, their spirits, and their food. Pizza and tacos are available almost every Saturday. There are three Saturdays when they will be serving a full Fuego dinner. Check my link to their winery for information.
The pizza and tacos are amazing. Their wines are the great wines that everyone has come to expect. Hummingbird Distillery is now making rum, made from blackstrap molasses, a grape brandy, and a grappa. You won’t want to miss trying these or one of their cocktails. If you are able to get to one of the dinners at Fuego, you will want to go back again and again.