Jul 19, 2013 to Jul 28, 2013
All summer long in Germany, someone, somewhere, is having a Weinfest. Black Forest is bringing that tradition here, so join in for good food and good wine!
The Germans have a long tradition of winemaking with history going back to Roman times. They planted indigenous grapes in what is now known as the Mosel River Valley, home to the longest continuous planting of Riesling in the world. No less a figure than Charlemagne is supposedly responsible for founding the Rheingau wine-growing region.
The menu this year will include a traditional German wine region meal Zweibelkuchen (onion pizza); classic meal Veal Marsala, made with organic veal from Meadow’s Pride Farm; mussels in wine broth; pan-fried sole with a creamy wine sauce, mixed grilled summer vegetables, and port-soaked cherries on pound cake. Add a glass of wine and there's no better way to spend a summer evening!
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The Black Forest Inn
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