When Katherine Bigler and her husband, John Kramb, came to Gettysburg on a Fourth of July weekend getaway in 1998, they had no way of knowing that it would be a life-altering vacation. John, retired Army, who enjoys history convinced his wife Katherine, then active Army, to take a quick weekend trip to one of the most historical towns in the United States, Gettysburg. During that visit they made a stop at the Adams County Winery to experience a local winery with a rich history of its own. During the visit then owner, Tom Campbell, mentioned to John and Katherine about how he and his wife, Beverly, had just put.
By: Vaughn Crouse Not a fan of rules? Me neither. There are way too many rules. Sometimes, I understand their purpose and I can even appreciate that without some rules chaos could ensue. My wife, family, friends, co-workers, neighbors, or anyone that has ever known me for longer than 30 seconds can verify that if there is a rule placed upon me then I will probably break it. While this often done intentionally, this doesn’t mean that I am a radical, agent of chaos who laughs in the face conformity. There are some that we bend from time to time but there are others that should never be broken..
Adams County Winery is bringing back one of its most requested wines, Twisted Thicket, to celebrate the kick-off of the Adams County Pour Tour. Destination Gettysburg has announced that starting on May 11th, the Adams County Pour Tour will provide visitors with a self-guided journey through the assortment of craft beverages offered in Adams County, Pennsylvania. Two of the stops that guests will find on their free passport are Adams County Winery locations. Both the Farm Winery in Orrtanna and the Wine Shop at 25C in downtown Gettysburg will participate in the new program that will showcase the many tastes of the local craft beverage industry. “The Pour Tour is.
What does Mother’s Day mean to you? Each year, on the second Sunday in May, we dedicate this day to show our appreciation to one of the most important people in our lives. The day isn’t limited to celebrating our own mother but is also about honoring motherhood, maternal bonds and the influence of mothers in society. It’s about showing our appreciation for their selfless acts, undaunting strength and unconditional love. Mother’s Day was created by Anna Jarvis, who wanted to honor her deceased mother, Ann Reeves Jarvis, by continuing the work she started as an activist. Ann Reeves Jarvis cared for wounded soldiers, from both sides, during the Civil.
A sweet and fruity wine cocktail made with our spring wine, Spring CATawaba. 1 Bottle Spring CATawaba 1/2 Bottle Blackberry Ginger Ale 1 Cup Berry Juice (Blueberry, Blackberry, Grape) 1 Cup Peach Mango Juice 2 Tbsp Sugar Combine wine with other ingredients. Serve over ice. Garnish with fresh fruit if desired. Enjoy!
Yields 2 Sandwiches (1 ½ Cups Mustard) For Sauce: ¼ Cup Minced Shallots (optional) ½ Cup Tears of Gettysburg 2 Tablespoons Whole Grain Mustard 1 Tablespoon Dijon Mustard ½ Tablespoon Honey Salt and Pepper to taste For Sandwich: 2 Large Slices Hearty Italian Bread ½ Cup Whole-Berry Cranberry Sauce 4 Thin Slices of Brie, or another creamy white cheese 8 Ounces Leftover Roasted Turkey Cooking spray To prepare sauce, whisk together ingredients in a small bowl. Set aside Heat a grill, grill pan, or panini press to medium heat. Spray 2 slices of bread with cooking spray and lay onto grill Top each slice with 2 slices of cheese..
Looking for a purrrfect way to spend a spring day? Look no further. We are excited to announce the official release date of our 2018 seasonal wine, Spring CATawaba. On Saturday, March 10th, from 10:00am to 6:00pm, we will release this springtime favorite, at all locations. Spring CATawaba is a sweet Catawba wine with a hint of blackberry and lots of flavor. “We created Spring CATawaba because we wanted our guests to be able to enjoy a bright, fruity wine that reminds them of springtime,” stated Dan Baumgardner, Retail Manager. We first introduced it in the spring of 2017 and guests have been asking about its return ever since. Our.
Serves 4-6 1 lb Ground Beef 1 Tablespoon Olive Oil 1 Small Yellow Onion, diced 1 Bell Pepper, Diced 4 Garlic Cloves, Minced 3 Cups Three Ships to the Wind 1 Teaspoon Cumin 1 Tablespoon Chili Powder 1 Package Chili Seasoning 1, 14.5 oz Can Tomatoes Salt and Pepper 1, 16 oz can Kidney Beans Sour Cream and Shredded cheddar (for garnish) In the bottom of a large sauce pan, heat oil over medium-high heat. Add bell pepper and stir. Cook until softened Add onion and continue to sautee. Cook onion until translucent and the edges begin to brown. Add garlic and stir Deglaze pan with about ½.
Passion Parfait Serves 2-3 For Strawberries 1 pt Fresh strawberries, trimmed and halved 1 Cup Sugar 1 Cup Rusty’s Red For Mousse 1 pt Heavy Cream 1 Cup Dark Chocolate Chips Splash of Vanilla Extract Combine strawberries with sugar and wine until thoroughly mixed. Place on stove in small saucepan and cook at low temperature for 15-20 minutes, or until wine and juice has thickened into a glaze-like consistency Chill strawberry mixture in fridge. Meanwhile, heat heavy cream up until steaming (note: do not boil cream). Once hot, whisk in your chocolate chips and vanilla extract. Stir until chocolate has melted completely Place cream into fridge. Chill both.
For the Love of Chocolate by Vaughn Crouse Adams County Winery will host the event on February 17th and 18th I love chocolate! There isn’t a bad time or place to indulge in the sweetness of chocolate. It can be milk chocolate or dark chocolate, I’m not picky. It can be before or after dinner, it can serve as breakfast as I drive into work or be used as a little mid-afternoon snack that helps me get through the rest of the workday. I have been known to go through great lengths just to be able to enjoy a moment of chocolatey bliss. One time around Halloween, my soon-to-be wife.