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Celebrate VA Wine and Brine with Merroir & Terroir

Celebrate VA Wine and Brine with Merroir & Terroir


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Virginia Is For Lovers… of wine and oysters. I’ve personally tacked this addendum onto Virginia’s state slogan after sipping and slurping my way through VA Wine and Brine.

This year, the Eastern Shore kicked off its inaugural, month-long recognition of the region’s viticulture and aquaculture offerings to coincide with “November is Oyster Month” across the state. The centerpiece of that celebration was Merroir & Terroir, a wine and bivalve bacchanalia.

Merroir & Terroir showcased the Shore’s unique landscape that allows wine and oysters to be cultivated just steps away from each other. Merging the concept of terroir, the environmental conditions that impacts the taste of wine, with the flavors from the sea, la mer, Merroir & Terroir invites guests to savor this synchronicity firsthand.

Held each year at Chatham Vineyards, Virginia’s only winery along the waterfront, partygoers were sipping Chardonnay alongside vines that bore the grapes in their glass as they breathe the salt air from the oyster-laden bay. Instead of farm to table, think grapes to glass and bay to belly.

A traditional Shore oyster roast helms the Merroir part. Local oysters were roasted atop a wood-fire under blankets of burlap sacks as local clams steam beside them. Once cooked, enormous trays toppling with bivalves were brought to communal tables under tents of twinkling lights. Guests casually congregated, standing for better leverage. Some donned gloves while others bravely grabbed the piping-hot shells with their bare hands, plucking their juicy contents, plump with liquor. Some ate them naked while others preferred a dash of hot sauce or a squeeze of lemon. Steaming cups of Eastern Shore clam chowder — a lovely, clear broth soup — kept guests warm, as did the roaring bonfires scattered around the lawn.

For the Terroir component, Chatham pours its repertoire of European-style wine, from a crisp chardonnay to a peppery cabernet franc. Chatham’s beloved steel-aged Chardonnay, which is grown specifically to complement the nearby oysters, is a perfect pairing.

Merroir & Terroir is an annual event held at Chatham Vineyards each year, so ladies and gentlemen: mark your calendars for the 2015 extravaganza.


Calendar of Events

The Chincoteague Seafood Festival is held the first Saturday in May to promote the seafood industry on Virginia’s Eastern Shore. The festival offers fresh, local seafood and will include exciting offerings and signature dishes from local restaurants as well as old and new Eastern Shore favorites prepared by famous festival cooks, volunteers, and professionals. Indulge on little neck clams, a long-time festival staple, along with raw oysters and clams, clam fritters and strips, single fried oysters, fried fish, steamed shrimp, clam chowder, salad bar, grilled chicken, sweet potato fries, Boardwalk fries, hushpuppies, and cornbread. Non-alcoholic beverages are included in the ticket price with beer available for purchase.

Tickets are $45 per person (Children under 5 are FREE) | Please note ALL TICKET SALES ARE FINAL! Tickets are limited, so order early. This is a sell out event!

Event is held rain or shine. Every attempt will be made to have the festival on the date and time advertised, however circumstances beyond the Chamber’s control may require rescheduling or delay. No refunds will be issued in such case.


Calendar of Events

The Chincoteague Seafood Festival is held the first Saturday in May to promote the seafood industry on Virginia’s Eastern Shore. The festival offers fresh, local seafood and will include exciting offerings and signature dishes from local restaurants as well as old and new Eastern Shore favorites prepared by famous festival cooks, volunteers, and professionals. Indulge on little neck clams, a long-time festival staple, along with raw oysters and clams, clam fritters and strips, single fried oysters, fried fish, steamed shrimp, clam chowder, salad bar, grilled chicken, sweet potato fries, Boardwalk fries, hushpuppies, and cornbread. Non-alcoholic beverages are included in the ticket price with beer available for purchase.

Tickets are $45 per person (Children under 5 are FREE) | Please note ALL TICKET SALES ARE FINAL! Tickets are limited, so order early. This is a sell out event!

Event is held rain or shine. Every attempt will be made to have the festival on the date and time advertised, however circumstances beyond the Chamber’s control may require rescheduling or delay. No refunds will be issued in such case.


Calendar of Events

The Chincoteague Seafood Festival is held the first Saturday in May to promote the seafood industry on Virginia’s Eastern Shore. The festival offers fresh, local seafood and will include exciting offerings and signature dishes from local restaurants as well as old and new Eastern Shore favorites prepared by famous festival cooks, volunteers, and professionals. Indulge on little neck clams, a long-time festival staple, along with raw oysters and clams, clam fritters and strips, single fried oysters, fried fish, steamed shrimp, clam chowder, salad bar, grilled chicken, sweet potato fries, Boardwalk fries, hushpuppies, and cornbread. Non-alcoholic beverages are included in the ticket price with beer available for purchase.

Tickets are $45 per person (Children under 5 are FREE) | Please note ALL TICKET SALES ARE FINAL! Tickets are limited, so order early. This is a sell out event!

Event is held rain or shine. Every attempt will be made to have the festival on the date and time advertised, however circumstances beyond the Chamber’s control may require rescheduling or delay. No refunds will be issued in such case.


Calendar of Events

The Chincoteague Seafood Festival is held the first Saturday in May to promote the seafood industry on Virginia’s Eastern Shore. The festival offers fresh, local seafood and will include exciting offerings and signature dishes from local restaurants as well as old and new Eastern Shore favorites prepared by famous festival cooks, volunteers, and professionals. Indulge on little neck clams, a long-time festival staple, along with raw oysters and clams, clam fritters and strips, single fried oysters, fried fish, steamed shrimp, clam chowder, salad bar, grilled chicken, sweet potato fries, Boardwalk fries, hushpuppies, and cornbread. Non-alcoholic beverages are included in the ticket price with beer available for purchase.

Tickets are $45 per person (Children under 5 are FREE) | Please note ALL TICKET SALES ARE FINAL! Tickets are limited, so order early. This is a sell out event!

Event is held rain or shine. Every attempt will be made to have the festival on the date and time advertised, however circumstances beyond the Chamber’s control may require rescheduling or delay. No refunds will be issued in such case.


Calendar of Events

The Chincoteague Seafood Festival is held the first Saturday in May to promote the seafood industry on Virginia’s Eastern Shore. The festival offers fresh, local seafood and will include exciting offerings and signature dishes from local restaurants as well as old and new Eastern Shore favorites prepared by famous festival cooks, volunteers, and professionals. Indulge on little neck clams, a long-time festival staple, along with raw oysters and clams, clam fritters and strips, single fried oysters, fried fish, steamed shrimp, clam chowder, salad bar, grilled chicken, sweet potato fries, Boardwalk fries, hushpuppies, and cornbread. Non-alcoholic beverages are included in the ticket price with beer available for purchase.

Tickets are $45 per person (Children under 5 are FREE) | Please note ALL TICKET SALES ARE FINAL! Tickets are limited, so order early. This is a sell out event!

Event is held rain or shine. Every attempt will be made to have the festival on the date and time advertised, however circumstances beyond the Chamber’s control may require rescheduling or delay. No refunds will be issued in such case.


Calendar of Events

The Chincoteague Seafood Festival is held the first Saturday in May to promote the seafood industry on Virginia’s Eastern Shore. The festival offers fresh, local seafood and will include exciting offerings and signature dishes from local restaurants as well as old and new Eastern Shore favorites prepared by famous festival cooks, volunteers, and professionals. Indulge on little neck clams, a long-time festival staple, along with raw oysters and clams, clam fritters and strips, single fried oysters, fried fish, steamed shrimp, clam chowder, salad bar, grilled chicken, sweet potato fries, Boardwalk fries, hushpuppies, and cornbread. Non-alcoholic beverages are included in the ticket price with beer available for purchase.

Tickets are $45 per person (Children under 5 are FREE) | Please note ALL TICKET SALES ARE FINAL! Tickets are limited, so order early. This is a sell out event!

Event is held rain or shine. Every attempt will be made to have the festival on the date and time advertised, however circumstances beyond the Chamber’s control may require rescheduling or delay. No refunds will be issued in such case.


Calendar of Events

The Chincoteague Seafood Festival is held the first Saturday in May to promote the seafood industry on Virginia’s Eastern Shore. The festival offers fresh, local seafood and will include exciting offerings and signature dishes from local restaurants as well as old and new Eastern Shore favorites prepared by famous festival cooks, volunteers, and professionals. Indulge on little neck clams, a long-time festival staple, along with raw oysters and clams, clam fritters and strips, single fried oysters, fried fish, steamed shrimp, clam chowder, salad bar, grilled chicken, sweet potato fries, Boardwalk fries, hushpuppies, and cornbread. Non-alcoholic beverages are included in the ticket price with beer available for purchase.

Tickets are $45 per person (Children under 5 are FREE) | Please note ALL TICKET SALES ARE FINAL! Tickets are limited, so order early. This is a sell out event!

Event is held rain or shine. Every attempt will be made to have the festival on the date and time advertised, however circumstances beyond the Chamber’s control may require rescheduling or delay. No refunds will be issued in such case.


Calendar of Events

The Chincoteague Seafood Festival is held the first Saturday in May to promote the seafood industry on Virginia’s Eastern Shore. The festival offers fresh, local seafood and will include exciting offerings and signature dishes from local restaurants as well as old and new Eastern Shore favorites prepared by famous festival cooks, volunteers, and professionals. Indulge on little neck clams, a long-time festival staple, along with raw oysters and clams, clam fritters and strips, single fried oysters, fried fish, steamed shrimp, clam chowder, salad bar, grilled chicken, sweet potato fries, Boardwalk fries, hushpuppies, and cornbread. Non-alcoholic beverages are included in the ticket price with beer available for purchase.

Tickets are $45 per person (Children under 5 are FREE) | Please note ALL TICKET SALES ARE FINAL! Tickets are limited, so order early. This is a sell out event!

Event is held rain or shine. Every attempt will be made to have the festival on the date and time advertised, however circumstances beyond the Chamber’s control may require rescheduling or delay. No refunds will be issued in such case.


Calendar of Events

The Chincoteague Seafood Festival is held the first Saturday in May to promote the seafood industry on Virginia’s Eastern Shore. The festival offers fresh, local seafood and will include exciting offerings and signature dishes from local restaurants as well as old and new Eastern Shore favorites prepared by famous festival cooks, volunteers, and professionals. Indulge on little neck clams, a long-time festival staple, along with raw oysters and clams, clam fritters and strips, single fried oysters, fried fish, steamed shrimp, clam chowder, salad bar, grilled chicken, sweet potato fries, Boardwalk fries, hushpuppies, and cornbread. Non-alcoholic beverages are included in the ticket price with beer available for purchase.

Tickets are $45 per person (Children under 5 are FREE) | Please note ALL TICKET SALES ARE FINAL! Tickets are limited, so order early. This is a sell out event!

Event is held rain or shine. Every attempt will be made to have the festival on the date and time advertised, however circumstances beyond the Chamber’s control may require rescheduling or delay. No refunds will be issued in such case.


Calendar of Events

The Chincoteague Seafood Festival is held the first Saturday in May to promote the seafood industry on Virginia’s Eastern Shore. The festival offers fresh, local seafood and will include exciting offerings and signature dishes from local restaurants as well as old and new Eastern Shore favorites prepared by famous festival cooks, volunteers, and professionals. Indulge on little neck clams, a long-time festival staple, along with raw oysters and clams, clam fritters and strips, single fried oysters, fried fish, steamed shrimp, clam chowder, salad bar, grilled chicken, sweet potato fries, Boardwalk fries, hushpuppies, and cornbread. Non-alcoholic beverages are included in the ticket price with beer available for purchase.

Tickets are $45 per person (Children under 5 are FREE) | Please note ALL TICKET SALES ARE FINAL! Tickets are limited, so order early. This is a sell out event!

Event is held rain or shine. Every attempt will be made to have the festival on the date and time advertised, however circumstances beyond the Chamber’s control may require rescheduling or delay. No refunds will be issued in such case.


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