Schooner Woodwind and The Vineyards at Dodon have partnered up for a very special evening sailing on the Chesapeake Bay while enjoying a 4 course, picnic styled wine dinner. Schooner Woodwind’s Dinner Cruises are a very casual affair. Courses are served picnic-style and food is presented chilled or at room temperature. We really do sail, so wear soft soled shoes. And please, feel free to raise the sails, steer the boat, or sit back and relax.
News about the path of the total solar eclipse has been hard to miss. In Annapolis, it will be a partial eclipse, about 80%, and still worth viewing. The eclipse here will begin at 1:19 pm and peak at 2:43 pm. Wine Club members and their guests are welcome to join the Dodon team for this special occasion. Wine will be available by the bottle and the glass, along with cheese from P.A. Bowen and a few other kibbles. You are welcome to bring your own blankets and picnics, and please remember to bring your eclipse glasses.
Please RSVP by emailing Regina@dodonvineyards.com
Family friendly - children must be closely supervised. No outside alcohol. No pets - Service animals permitted.
A portion of all wine sales will go to St. Jude Children Research Hospital.
Questions? Call Regina at 410-798-1126 or email email@example.com.
Wine Club members are invited to hike across Dodon’s trails at 2 pm on Saturday, October 14 (approximately four miles). Afterwards we will gather in the Pavilion. Dodon wine and cheese from PA Bowen Creamery in Brandywine, Maryland will be available for purchase. RSVP here.
Featuring Chef Steve Monnier from Aromes
Join Dodon and Adam Centamore for a wine and cheese pairing experience. Adam is a wine and cheese educator with over seven years of experience. He will pair five Dodon wines with five different cheeses and accoutrements. His book, Tasting Wine & Cheese - An Insider's Guide to Mastering the Principles of Pairing, will be available for purchase. RSVP here.
Philip Bernot has been fascinated by wine throughout his adult life. Qualified as a sommelier at age twenty-one, his career includes stints in the wholesale, retail, and restaurant sectors. Currently Wine Director at Wishing Well Liquors in Easton, Maryland, Philip will answer the question, “What exactly is taste?” Using eight wines from around the world, he will discuss the anatomy and physiology of taste, and how these characteristics influence our perception of wine. This educational tasting will include light hors d’oeuvres & two flights of three wines. $59 per person. RSVP here.