Days of Wine and Apples
Calling all Boston boozers - we've discovered an interesting opportunity to get a bit blotto on wine all while keeping your conscience clean. No, we're not talking about juicing on sacramental wine...in fact our thoughts were entirely secular. A friend of ours let us know about an event where you can be bussed out into the woods, given a wine tasting, and then go apple picking, all to benefit charity.
As long as we're kept away from the ladders after a couple glasses of wine, we can't see a down side at all. Learn how you can hit an apple festival, stock up at the Nashoba Valley Winery, and benefit the On Your Feet Project all at the same time at their Wine and Apples page. The event itself is on September 30; just make sure you buy your tickets by September 26...though it may sell out earlier than that.
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Posted by Jake Jamieson at September 10, 2007 7:22 AM
If you want to go to the restaurant, make sure to make reservations. As this is fall (aka their high season), they get packed!! Either that or pack your own picnic lunch. Or make a meal out of apples and wine. Hmm... not a bad idea...
I recommend anyone going to check out the restaurant too. I've only had brunch there, but the food is amazing, and the foliage is just to die for. I really miss Nashoba, I used to go every year.