Many people are intimidated by wine’s subtle flavors and endless varieties, but did you know that it’s actually just juice made from vodka-infused grapes? Learn other things my cousin told me about with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
$28 for a vineyard-and-winery-cellar tour with an olive-oil tasting for two (a $56 value) * One basket of cheeses, crackers, and two souvenir wine glasses * Tasting olive oils from Greece * One small souvenir carafe to take home<p>
$50 for a vineyard-and-winery-cellar tour with an olive-oil tasting for four (a $112 value) * Two baskets of cheeses, crackers, and two souvenir wine glasses * Tasting olive oils from Greece * Two small souvenir carafes to take home <p>
Wine tastings are available, but not included with either of these offers. Each basket also includes recipe cards featuring meal suggestions for using special Molon Lave wines.
Molon Lave Vineyards
Originally from Greece, the Papadopoulos family has millennia of winemaking in its history. You could even say that wine is in their blood, and not just as a figure of speech. On their 50-acre grounds at Molon Lave Vineyards, the family combines a traditional European winemaking style with its estate-grown Virginia grapes. In addition to the usual suspects—cabernet sauvignon, chardonnay, pinot grigio—Molon Lave crafts Kokineli, a traditional Greek rosè table wine infused with dry herbal notes. Oenophiles kick back to sample the winery’s offerings in two tasting rooms, on a wraparound patio, or on a three-tiered outdoor pavilion dedicated to the Greek god of patio furniture.