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The wines from Loving Cup’s last year’s crop are aging nicely—the whites in tanks, and the reds in barrels. They are planning on bottling the white wines the 1st and 2nd weekends of March, and you are welcome to participate. They will work Saturday and Sunday, 9 am – 3:30 pm. Lunch (and lunch libations)

February Events Blenheim Vineyards

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Blenheim has some fun upcoming events in February: Sunday, February 8th:  Art show and cheese & wine pairing. 1-4pm: Art show Bolanle Adeboye! Bolanle Adeboye is a designer/maker determined to find and appreciate the exquisite in the mundane.  She is very often stunned by beauty lurking in the most unlikely places. She lives and works in Charlottesville.

King Family has some exciting upcoming releases and events planned for the first half of 2015: – First Wednesday – Wednesday, February 4, 2015 – Crosé 2014 Release – Saturday, February 14, 2015 – Barrel Tasting with Winemaker Matthieu Finot: Session 1 & Session 2 – Saturday, February 28, 2015 – “3” 2013 Release – March 3, 2015 –

Wish Wish Wine Tours introduces hop-on wine tours, an affordable way to tour Charlottesville’s wineries. Customers purchase tickets online and hop-on a mini bus that takes them to 4 popular wineries. Pick-up locations are Boar’s Head Inn, Holiday Inn Monticello and the OMNI Hotel. The tours run on Saturdays and Sundays, tickets cost $80 per

Enjoy a great show and fantastic food at the Singer/Songwriter Fundraiser with Big Easy Metro Market Food Truck on Sunday March 16 at Glass House Winery. Donations at the door benefit performers and the Music Resource Center. Suggested donation $10 per person, but any donation small or large is very appreciated. Featured singer/songwriters include: David Tewksbury, Gina Sobel,

Wear your green and join DuCard Vineyards for a touch of the Irish with the lyrical Celtic rock and ballad/bluegrass music of Smoking Trout. Bring your Irish stew and your lad or lassie  for an afternoon of “driving snakes out of the vineyard.” Wine tastings and light fare available for purchase. No cover. Saturday, March 15 2014, 1-5 PM,

“3”   is a collaborative winemaking effort between local winemakers Matthieu Finot (King Family Vineyards), Jake Busching (Grace Estate Winery), and Emily Pelton (Veritas Winery).  Using three different grape varieties from three different vineyards, these winemakers craft one unique wine that smoothly blends three distinctive terroirs. This year, “Team 3” is releasing a brilliant red blend of Merlot, Petit Verdot,

Join Friday by the Fire at Grace Estate Winery. Kitchen Catering will be serving up some delicious Crepes and dessert, Blake Hunter and Co. will start performing starting at 6pm, and the tent will be heated. Friday February 28st from 5-9 pm, 5273 Mount Juliet Farm,  Crozet, Virginia 22932, 434-823-1486.

To accompany the menu served at Tuesday’s state dinner in honor of French President Francoise Hollande, the White House selected Blanc de Chardonnay ($30) a sparkling wine made by Charlottesville’s winemaker Claude Thibault . The TJ, as its fans call it, is making its third White House appearance (and its second at a state dinner), and can lay claim to helping

Join Chef Emeril Le Horton and his fellow Gumbo lovers at Horton’s Mardi Gras Celebration. Traditional Mardi Gras fun and prizes. We will also be tasting in the cellar a few wines from the 2013 harvest. Saturday Feb 8, 11am – 5pm. $15 includes glass, fun beads, food & cellar tasting. More Info: 540-832-7440. You’ll

See what is going on at Charlottesville's wineries, breweries, cideries and distilleries