Thorn Hill Vineyards will be joining up with some outstanding restaurants in the next several weeks to host winemaker’s dinners. These dinners are painstakingly organized to show off the depth and talent of some local chefs and to showcase the award-winning boutique wines of Thorn Hill Vineyards. The pairings created are innovative, creative and daringly delectable. The seating at these dinners is very limited so if you are interested please call the restaurant as soon as possible to reserve your spot at what promises to be quite a memorable meal.
Thursday, October 23
2151 Columbia Ave, Lancaster, PA 17603
Monday, October 27
Friday, November 21
Flemings Prime Steakhouse and Wine Bar
555 East Lancaster Avenue, Radnor, PA 19087
Thorn Hill Vineyards Lancaster Tasting Room welcomes Chuck Cahoe for a first-time appearance
THIS Friday, September 27, 2014 from 7 pm until 10 pm!
Solo artist Chuck Cahoe has been a prominent full-time performer [musician] for twenty-five plus years. His success has been vocal versatility, energy, professionalism, audience appeal, and exceptionally precise rhythmic interpretations. Chuck has an uncanny ability to emulate nearly all vocal styles and ranges, from smooth to rough, low to high, powerful to soft, and from the most masculine to a few female covers. His vocal covers, of even the most difficult performances, are unsurpassed. His guitar work is polished and rhythmically right on the money.
The number one focus is FUN. He loves the stage, he loves people, and that shines through in each and every performance. “Every song is a sing along and there’s no such thing as too much FUN.”
6.0 earthquake’s impact on Thorn Hill’s Napa Valley winery:
We’ve suffered extensive damage to the Napa Valley winery, but all employees, Amy and son Jonathan are not injured. Wine barrels have been upturned and drastically “rearranged” by the 6.0 quake, but the good news is the wine barrels are still intact and protecting the precious wine inside.
“Like us, wine is resilient, and I’m confident that the young 2012 and 2013 vintages will survive, said Amy Thorn.
The cleanup process has begun. The barrels (Amy’s “babies”) are being individually assessed for damage. Although this interrupts the peak harvest time, we are grateful that damage has been limited to property and not people, and we will bring you updates on our progress on how we are best rescuing our wines for your future enjoyment!