April 9, 2013 | Wine Country Travel | Aaron Mendoza
On The Road Culinary Adventures in Virginia
The culinary history of Virginia is storied and interesting. From the historic garden of Jefferson’s Monticello estate, to the small specialty growers of Powhatan, Virginia, there is a wide variety of farming and farmers that make up Virginia’s agricultural society. What if you, yes YOU, could have the opportunity to spend three days in Virginia, doing nothing more than eating and learning about the great past and present of Virginia’s culinary society? Would you do it? I think you definitely would.
Manakintowne Specialty Growers
On The Road culinary adventures specialize in culinary travel. They take tourists from city to city, teaching and showing them the great histories that cities have with food, farming and great dining. With small tours that reach up to 20 people, each tour is small, intimate and provides the best setting for hands on learning and fun!
From April 21st to April 23rd, On The Road is taking a small group of people to Richmond and Charlottesville, Virginia to experience the great culinary history of the state, as well as tour and taste in Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello estate like no one ever has. On The Road will take you right into the heart of Monticello’s orchards and gardens for a specially prepared lunch.
Gardens at Monticello
Throughout the two-day culinary adventure, guests will experience farm tours at Manakintowne Specialty Growers, a historic tour of Monticello’s gardens, and a private tour of artisan salami making. If you're worried about not getting enough wine during this trip, don’t fear! Every meal is paired with great local wines, including a special pairing of Barboursville Vineyard wines with winemaker Luca Paschina.
Experience Virginia in a way you never thought possible, and take the culinary tour of a lifetime with On The Road culinary adventures! Want to learn more? Visit http://www.ontheroadculinaryadventures.com
Don't forget to ask about their special Buy 1, Get 1 Half OFF for T&T fans, in honor of Thomas Jefferson's Birthday!