Girls Night Out – SOLD OUT!

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This event is Sold Out! Join our Monthly Email List to be notified of our next Girls Night Out OR Check out our Sweetheart Sunday Wine & Chocolate Pairing Event– not just for couples, it’s for anyone who loves the sweet combination of chocolate & wine! (If you’re getting a group together, remember to purchase all your tickets in one order to be seated together.)

Join us for a fun evening out with your girlfriends!  We are starting the new year right with fine wine, great food, and good times.  Dinner, Wine Tasting (Souvenir Glass included), and optional craft activity (wine glass painting  – see details below).

Want to just eat, drink, and visit? No problem – we have two ticket options for you (see below).  

Pepper Moon will cater our dinner…Menu:  Apple Harvest Salad (artisan greens, granny smith apples, dried apricots, pistachio nuts in a roasted cinnamon honey vinaigrette), Chicken Bruschetta (pan-seared chicken breast topped with pieces of fresh mozzarella and whole roasted grape tomatoes with herbed butter sauce), Potatoes Au Gratin, and Homemade Dessert Bars

Note: if you have any special dietary needs please let us know well in advance and we will try to accommodate you).  

*If you will be painting a wine glass, please bring image references to use as a design guide so you will have an idea of what to paint in advance.  We supply you with the plain wine glass for painting, the paints, brushes, etc.

 

  This is catered event and so tickets must be purchased in advance (no later than the day before, 1/18/18)  and are non-refundable.   See below for online ticket purchase option…

 

 

 

Sippin’ and Readin’ Book Club Meeting

bookfood10 - Photo by Mike De Sisti / MDESISTI@JOURNALSENTINEL.COM  

We encourage you to join us for lively discussion paired with wonderful wine (available for purchase during the meeting).

Some folks bring snacks to share and enjoy during the meeting.

Call Natalie if you have questions – 336-689-4071.  

New members are always welcome!

Book to be discussed this evening:

January 4th – Suzanne’s Diary for Nicholas by James Patterson 

Sippin’ and Readin’ Book Club Meeting

bookfood10 - Photo by Mike De Sisti / MDESISTI@JOURNALSENTINEL.COM  

We encourage you to join us for lively discussion paired with wonderful wine.

This month we will also do a Book and Cookie exchange!   Bring a book you’d like to give away and a plate of your favorite holiday cookies to share.

Call Natalie if you have questions – 336-689-4071.  

New members are always welcome!

Book to be discussed this evening:

December 7th – ‘The Snow Child’ by Eowyn Ivey

Our 11th Annual Holiday Open House

11th Annual Holiday Open House

We invite you to celebrate the holiday season with complimentary mulled wine and wine cake Sunday, December 3rd, from 1-6pm! Bring your friends & family for a tasting of our newest wines, or come to stock up on your favorites for the holidays.

Our festive Barrel Room will be open all afternoon with table seating for those enjoying a glass or bottle of wine. Live music in the Barrel Room will be from 2-4pm (Glenn Craver & John Cox will be performing all your holiday favorites).

Open House Discounts: 10% Off Merchandise (excluding clearance & food items), 10% off Non-Reserve Wines by the Bottle, and 15% Off Cases of Wine (mixed cases allowed)!

 

Fall Winemaking 101 Course (Class 6 of 6)

Want to Make Wine?

Stonefield Cellars hosts two Winemaking Courses per year (in the spring, and in the fall) taught by Robert E. M. Wurz, Ph.D.

In six classes over 9 weeks, this course covers the full winemaking process: from fermentation to bottling. Learn techniques to start or improve your own home winemaking while creating your own wine during class in small teams of 2-4 & hone your wine evaluation skills with classes on sensory evaluation training and food and wine pairing.

Fall 2017 Course Dates & Times: 

Mondays 7:00-9:00 pm in the Stonefield Cellars Production Room.

September 25th: Introduction – basics of fermentation and winemaking

October 9th: Principles of Winemaking – racking, barrels, oak alternatives, tannins. Wines of the world

October 16th: Wine sensory evaluation. Food and wine pairing

October 30th: Defects and Problems: causes and remedies, fining agents, additives, filtering

November 6th: Blending, tasting panel, bottling preparations

November 20th Bottling, Labeling, Wrap-up, Exam

Cost: $185
Provided: All winemaking materials, detailed winemaking notes, snacks, and 3 bottles of wine bottled by the class.

Must be at least 21 years old to participate.
Class size limited to 16 people.
Additional Class Wine will be available for $13.95 per Bottle.

Registration – Registration for the Fall 2017 Winemaking Course has ended, but to be placed on the waiting list for the Spring 2018 Winemaking Course please email Sarah at  sswurz@stonefieldcellars.com. For Registration please either Purchase Tickets or Call 336-644-9908 during business hours. Please email Sarah at sswurz@stonefieldcellars.com with any questions.

Registration Ends 9/10/17

Instructor Biography
Robert E. M. Wurz, Ph.D. – Robert is a native of Napa Valley, CA. He received his doctorate in wine chemistry from the University of California, Davis. He has taught wine making classes at Patrick Henry Community College in Virginia, at Stonefield Cellars Winery in Stokesdale, NC, and is currently the winemaker for Stonefield Cellars Winery in Stokesdale, NC.

Fall Winemaking 101 Course (Class 5 of 6)

Want to Make Wine?

Stonefield Cellars hosts two Winemaking Courses per year (in the spring, and in the fall) taught by Robert E. M. Wurz, Ph.D.

In six classes over 9 weeks, this course covers the full winemaking process: from fermentation to bottling. Learn techniques to start or improve your own home winemaking while creating your own wine during class in small teams of 2-4 & hone your wine evaluation skills with classes on sensory evaluation training and food and wine pairing.

Fall 2017 Course Dates & Times: 

Mondays 7:00-9:00 pm in the Stonefield Cellars Production Room.

September 25th: Introduction – basics of fermentation and winemaking

October 9th: Principles of Winemaking – racking, barrels, oak alternatives, tannins. Wines of the world

October 16th: Wine sensory evaluation. Food and wine pairing

October 30th: Defects and Problems: causes and remedies, fining agents, additives, filtering

November 6th: Blending, tasting panel, bottling preparations

November 20th Bottling, Labeling, Wrap-up, Exam

Cost: $185
Provided: All winemaking materials, detailed winemaking notes, snacks, and 3 bottles of wine bottled by the class.

Must be at least 21 years old to participate.
Class size limited to 16 people.
Additional Class Wine will be available for $13.95 per Bottle.

Registration – Registration for the Fall 2017 Winemaking Course has ended, but to be placed on the waiting list for the Spring 2018 Winemaking Course please email Sarah at  sswurz@stonefieldcellars.com. For Registration please either Purchase Tickets or Call 336-644-9908 during business hours. Please email Sarah at sswurz@stonefieldcellars.com with any questions.

Registration Ends 9/10/17

Instructor Biography
Robert E. M. Wurz, Ph.D. – Robert is a native of Napa Valley, CA. He received his doctorate in wine chemistry from the University of California, Davis. He has taught wine making classes at Patrick Henry Community College in Virginia, at Stonefield Cellars Winery in Stokesdale, NC, and is currently the winemaker for Stonefield Cellars Winery in Stokesdale, NC.

Sippin’ and Readin’ Book Club Meeting

bookfood10 - Photo by Mike De Sisti / MDESISTI@JOURNALSENTINEL.COM

We encourage you to join us for lively discussion paired with wonderful wine. Some folks bring a light snack. New members are always welcome!

Book to be discussed this evening:

November 2nd – “Crimes Against a Book Club” by Kathy Cooperman 

Fall Winemaking 101 Course (Class 4 of 6)

Want to Make Wine?

Stonefield Cellars hosts two Winemaking Courses per year (in the spring, and in the fall) taught by Robert E. M. Wurz, Ph.D.

In six classes over 9 weeks, this course covers the full winemaking process: from fermentation to bottling. Learn techniques to start or improve your own home winemaking while creating your own wine during class in small teams of 2-4 & hone your wine evaluation skills with classes on sensory evaluation training and food and wine pairing.

Fall 2017 Course Dates & Times: 

Mondays 7:00-9:00 pm in the Stonefield Cellars Production Room.

September 25th: Introduction – basics of fermentation and winemaking

October 9th: Principles of Winemaking – racking, barrels, oak alternatives, tannins. Wines of the world

October 16th: Wine sensory evaluation. Food and wine pairing

October 30th: Defects and Problems: causes and remedies, fining agents, additives, filtering

November 6th: Blending, tasting panel, bottling preparations

November 20th Bottling, Labeling, Wrap-up, Exam

Cost: $185
Provided: All winemaking materials, detailed winemaking notes, snacks, and 3 bottles of wine bottled by the class.

Must be at least 21 years old to participate.
Class size limited to 16 people.
Additional Class Wine will be available for $13.95 per Bottle.

Registration – Registration for the Fall 2017 Winemaking Course has ended, but to be placed on the waiting list for the Spring 2018 Winemaking Course please email Sarah at  sswurz@stonefieldcellars.com. For Registration please either Purchase Tickets or Call 336-644-9908 during business hours. Please email Sarah at sswurz@stonefieldcellars.com with any questions.

Registration Ends 9/10/17

Instructor Biography
Robert E. M. Wurz, Ph.D. – Robert is a native of Napa Valley, CA. He received his doctorate in wine chemistry from the University of California, Davis. He has taught wine making classes at Patrick Henry Community College in Virginia, at Stonefield Cellars Winery in Stokesdale, NC, and is currently the winemaker for Stonefield Cellars Winery in Stokesdale, NC.

Fall Winemaking 101 Course (Class 3 of 6)

Want to Make Wine?

Stonefield Cellars hosts two Winemaking Courses per year (in the spring, and in the fall) taught by Robert E. M. Wurz, Ph.D.

In six classes over 9 weeks, this course covers the full winemaking process: from fermentation to bottling. Learn techniques to start or improve your own home winemaking while creating your own wine during class in small teams of 2-4 & hone your wine evaluation skills with classes on sensory evaluation training and food and wine pairing.

Fall 2017 Course Dates & Times: 

Mondays 7:00-9:00 pm in the Stonefield Cellars Production Room.

September 25th: Introduction – basics of fermentation and winemaking

October 9th: Principles of Winemaking – racking, barrels, oak alternatives, tannins. Wines of the world

October 16th: Wine sensory evaluation. Food and wine pairing

October 30th: Defects and Problems: causes and remedies, fining agents, additives, filtering

November 6th: Blending, tasting panel, bottling preparations

November 20th Bottling, Labeling, Wrap-up, Exam

Cost: $185
Provided: All winemaking materials, detailed winemaking notes, snacks, and 3 bottles of wine bottled by the class.

Must be at least 21 years old to participate.
Class size limited to 16 people.
Additional Class Wine will be available for $13.95 per Bottle.

Registration – Registration for the Fall 2017 Winemaking Course has ended, but to be placed on the waiting list for the Spring 2018 Winemaking Course please email Sarah at  sswurz@stonefieldcellars.com. For Registration please either Purchase Tickets or Call 336-644-9908 during business hours. Please email Sarah at sswurz@stonefieldcellars.com with any questions.

Registration Ends 9/10/17

Instructor Biography
Robert E. M. Wurz, Ph.D. – Robert is a native of Napa Valley, CA. He received his doctorate in wine chemistry from the University of California, Davis. He has taught wine making classes at Patrick Henry Community College in Virginia, at Stonefield Cellars Winery in Stokesdale, NC, and is currently the winemaker for Stonefield Cellars Winery in Stokesdale, NC.

Fall Winemaking 101 Course (Class 2 of 6)

Want to Make Wine?

Stonefield Cellars hosts two Winemaking Courses per year (in the spring, and in the fall) taught by Robert E. M. Wurz, Ph.D.

In six classes over 9 weeks, this course covers the full winemaking process: from fermentation to bottling. Learn techniques to start or improve your own home winemaking while creating your own wine during class in small teams of 2-4 & hone your wine evaluation skills with classes on sensory evaluation training and food and wine pairing.

Fall 2017 Course Dates & Times: 

Mondays 7:00-9:00 pm in the Stonefield Cellars Production Room.

September 25th: Introduction – basics of fermentation and winemaking

October 9th: Principles of Winemaking – racking, barrels, oak alternatives, tannins. Wines of the world

October 16th: Wine sensory evaluation. Food and wine pairing

October 30th: Defects and Problems: causes and remedies, fining agents, additives, filtering

November 6th: Blending, tasting panel, bottling preparations

November 20th Bottling, Labeling, Wrap-up, Exam

Cost: $185
Provided: All winemaking materials, detailed winemaking notes, snacks, and 3 bottles of wine bottled by the class.

Must be at least 21 years old to participate.
Class size limited to 16 people.
Additional Class Wine will be available for $13.95 per Bottle.

Registration – Registration for the Fall 2017 Winemaking Course has ended, but to be placed on the waiting list for the Spring 2018 Winemaking Course please email Sarah at  sswurz@stonefieldcellars.com. For Registration please either Purchase Tickets or Call 336-644-9908 during business hours. Please email Sarah at sswurz@stonefieldcellars.com with any questions.

Registration Ends 9/10/17

Instructor Biography
Robert E. M. Wurz, Ph.D. – Robert is a native of Napa Valley, CA. He received his doctorate in wine chemistry from the University of California, Davis. He has taught wine making classes at Patrick Henry Community College in Virginia, at Stonefield Cellars Winery in Stokesdale, NC, and is currently the winemaker for Stonefield Cellars Winery in Stokesdale, NC.