Stop! Sip! Savor! Corks & Kegs Trail 'Say Cheese'
Silver Fork Winery
|When||Mar 17 2019 noon - Mar 17 2019 5 p.m.|
|Where||Silver Fork Winery|
|Address||5000 Patton Road, Morganton, NC, 28655|
The HOPS this year are going to be different – different in that we are NOW including HOPS! That’s right – this year, we are now expanding our wine hop to include one special craft brewery. Our friends at Belle Nicho Winery are retiring and to take their place, we have invited what we feel is another one of us – unique, craft, family owned and fun – MICA TOWN BREWING!
The rules of the HOP are still the same - Blaze your own trail in the Catawba Valley. Each winery/brewery will have a sample of a different beverage/food pairing! Start your journey by collecting your hop card & commemorative glass at any of the participating wineries/breweries below. Then sip away and enjoy your bite as you collect a stamp at all four establishments.
Collect all 4 commemorative glasses:
'Say Cheese' March 17th, 2019
'Very Berry' June 9th, 2019
'You Bacon Me Hungry' September 15th, 2019
'Joy to Chocolate' December 8th, 2019
By visiting all four of us, you will also be entered into a drawing for a chance to win a $25.00 gift certificate. All participating are conveniently located off I-40 between exits 86 & 100.
Participating Craft Makers:
Lake James Cellars Winery www.lakejamescellars.com
Mica Town Brewing www.micatownbrewing.com
Silver Fork Winery www.silverforkwinery.com
South Creek Winery www.southcreekwinery.com
The HOP hours are from 12 PM to 5 PM. To participate in giveaways, make sure you allow enough time to visit all four of us. You may visit the 4 craft makers in any order. Tickets include tastings at each establishment. Ticket sales are limited, purchase yours now before this event is sold out! Advance tickets are $25. Day of tickets, price will be $30 per person.
MUSIC - Ticknock Knockers, Southern Irish Rock
After Tom and Patrick spent ten days performing on the Cobh International Dance Festival and living specifically at the Top of the Hill, (Ticknock), their musical pursuit was energized by the spirit of the Irish session.