I discovered what a 'relationship with wine' was about. I experienced the pleasure of great Canadian wine. I found it at Keint-he Winery and Vineyards in Prince Edward County, Ontario.
Their name, , is derived from a native word. Keint-he was the name of one of the four Seneca villages in this part of eastern Ontario. The Senecas were one of the five tribes of the Iroquois. The word Keint-he was later francocized into, Quinte and used in English names such as, the Bay of Quinte. The painting used on their amazing label is called, . The piece was done by Canadian artist, Frances Anne Hopkins (1838 – 1919).
Agrarian now offers a weekend Winemaker's Menu at Keint-he Winery & Vineyards.
Check out Chef Jeremy Taft's menu:
Gourmet Grilled Cheese
Aged Cheddar | Local Lettuce + Tomato | Red Onion Chutney
Goat's Milk Cheese | Balsamic Roasted Walnuts | Grilled Sweet Pepper
Pork Rillette | Chicken Liver Parfait | Aged Cheddar | Ginger Pickled Carrots | Keint-he Chardonnay Jelly | Cracker | Danish Blue
Salted Almond | Greens | Pickled Root Vegetable | Cressy Mustard Vinaigrette
Make a visit to their winery and tasting room - a MUST for 2013.
1. The perfect spot for meeting and event space. Overlooking vineyards and Lake Ontario. Bliss and class. Impress your guests!
3. To enjoy a 'Wine' primer and Keint-he tasting educational experience make a point of meeting the incredibly knowledgeable and friendly Caitlin Prior, Retail & Special Events Manager.
4. Sign up for their newsletter! (top left side of website)
49 Hubbs Creek Rd.
Patti Friday, Photojourno, reporting from inside 'The Art Dept.' at the international 'Embassy of Ideas'.