Stonefield Cellars Holiday Open House!
Saturday Dec. 9th from Noon-6pm
Join us in celebrating delicious wine and great friends! We will be open for wine sales by the bottle/glass until 6pm (last wine tasting flights start at 5pm to give you enough time to enjoy before we close at 6pm).
FOOD TRUCK!! West Coast Wanderer Food Truck will be on site with their delicious hot food from Noon-4pm!
Our Barrel Room will welcome you to enjoy LIVE Music by Candelfirth (harp, guitar, violin, tin whistle, etc. – see full bio below)
- All bottles of wine will be 5% OFF with additional case discounts (the more you buy, the more you save!)
- $5 Hot Spiced Wine by the glass
- Complimentary Holiday Photos by the Christmas Tree in our Tasting Room
- Locally made wine gifts!
- Hot spiced wine recipe packs
- Gift baskets and Gift certificates available
Walk-ins are welcome, but since seating in our Barrel Room is limited we recommend you reserve a table! Call us at 336-644-9908
West Coast Wanderer (Food Truck) – Featuring delicious freshly made hot food will be on site from Noon-4pm.
In addition, artisanal snacks, cheese plates, crackers, sweets, and non-alcoholic drinks will be available in our Tasting Room, (we will have heated tables outside)!
IMPORTANT NOTE: If you are coming to the Stokesdale Christmas Parade (which is the same afternoon), plan on visiting us before or afterwards for food and wine! Whether you are coming to the parade or not, if you are coming from Winston-Salem, please take I-40 to NC Hwy 68 N to get to the winery, because NC Hwy 158 between NC 65 and NC 68 will be blocked during the Parade (which starts at 2pm).
CandelFirth is a musical duo that explores traditional Celtic and Native American music through unique rhythms, arrangements and expressions.
Randy Candelaria (fiddle, guitar, recorder, Irish bouzouki, hurdy gurdy – and others) has been playing Celtic music for over 30 years with a number of bands including Naomi’s Fancy (having performed during a US presidential visit) and the Celthix (opening up for Scotland’s premiere band, The Tannahill Weavers, on two evenings). He has recently played in pubs across Ireland in Dublin, Galway and Doolin, including sessions with Friar’s Green and the legendary Irish group De Danann. Randy also has been involved in recording sessions for various artists and has film credits for his contributions, along with radio and TV appearances (see his Facebook page for specifics!).
Susie Firth Candelaria has enjoyed exploring music since childhood and has played a variety of Celtic harps for over 25 years. A lover of music of all kinds, including Classical and the music of ancient cultures, her true love is for the music of Ireland and Scotland. Susie also performs on a variety of flutes, penny whistles, baroque recorders, Native American flutes, djembe and bodhran. She has been a solo artist for years, a session musician and a guest musician on several recording projects. Her love for Celtic music has extended for the past 30 years or more.
Both have joined together to bring their unique approaches and dedication to the music of the British Isles in a blended and dynamic presentation reflecting their appreciation and fondness for the Celtic and Native American traditions along with their own unique compositions and arrangements.
Susie owns and operates Blue Mountain Herbs and Supplements in Pilot Mountain while Randy recently retired as an academic dean after 41 years in higher education.
Find Candelfirth at https://www.facebook.com/CandelFirth/ and hear samples of their work by conducting a search for “CandelFirth” at www.soundcloud.com