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Finger Lakes Weekend Round up!

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Temperatures are warming slightly over the weekend, and when in the Finger Lakes that means it’s time to get out into the scene! Here is what’s happening in the local food and wine community over the next few days. Hope to see you out and about!

Piggery!

Saturday

The Piggery’s Grand Re-opening Party!
Ithaca, 10AM-3PM

Come help your goofy pig farmers celebrate the opening of their expanded retail butcher shop!! The Good Truck will be serving our pig dogs & pulled pork sandwiches as well as their awesome posole, tacos and spiced hot chocolate. Free bacon chocolate chip cookies, Meet the Farmer talk, mini-butchering demos, samples galore and more……
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As always, Ithaca’s Discovery Trail has free events for all-ages in and around Ithaca

Check and see if your local farmer’s market is open!

 

FINGER LAKES DISTILLINGFinger Lakes Distilling – One-Hour Tour

Burdett, 11AM

Ever wanted to learn more about the distilling process? Visit Finger Lakes Distilling for a one-hour tour exploring grain handling, processing, fermenting, distillings and barrel aging. Reservations required!
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Sunday

Saperavi Vertical at Standing Stone Vineyards
Hector, 1PM, 3:30PM

Standing Stone Vineyards invites the public to taste several vintages of their Dark Red, made from their Saperavi grapes, at their second annual Saperavi Vertical Tasting, Sunday November 17. The Vertical Tasting will be led by winery owner, Martha Macinski, who, with her husband and winemaker Tom, have a deep connection with the Saperavi grape. “Saperavi is one of the oldest vinifera varietals, originating in Georgia, Russia,” explains Marti. “And Tom’s heritage is Russian, so we have a special place in our heart for this hearty, rich grape.” “We think it is very well suited to our Finger Lakes growing conditions, and we know wine enthusiasts will be tasting more of it,” Marti goes on. “In fact they’ve probably already had some wine from this wonderful grape but didn’t realize it, because the grape name can’t be used on the label for wines made in the U.S, according to the Tax and Trade Bureau. But I’ll explain that story the day of the Vertical Tasting.”
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Check back in with Ithaca’s Discovery Trail for free events on Sunday!

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