Join the wineries of the Chesapeake Bay Wine Trail for our 5th Annual Spring Oyster Crawl! This year’s event will take place over a full weekend on Saturday & Sunday, April 22 and 23, 2017. Each participating winery will be offering a delicious oyster dish to pair with their wines.
Virginia is quickly becoming known as the “Oyster Capital of the East Coast.” And a great way to enjoy the experience is with local wines & oyster pairings along the Chesapeake Bay Wine Trail – voted the #1 Wine Trail in Eastern VA by the readers of Virginia Living Magazine.
After experiencing the Oyster Crawl, you too will agree that “Virginia is for Lovers”… of wine and oysters!
Here is the list of participating wineries:
– Caret Cellars: Oyster Rockefeller and Fried Oysters, prepared onsite by Over the Top Catering.
– Dog and Oyster Vineyard: Raw, Roasted and Fried Oysters with Oyster Tacos as a special feature, all prepared onsite by Byrd’s Seafood.
– General’s Ridge Vineyard: Menu TBA
– Good Luck Cellars: Raw Oysters and Smoked Oysters prepared by The Great Wicomico Oyster Co.
– Ingleside Vineyards: Oysters on the Half Shell, Fried Oysters and “Oysters Denson” (grilled with seasonings and topped with Parmesan cheese), all prepared onsite by the R&B Oyster Bar from Denson’s. PLUS, live music in the courtyard from 1-4pm on both days (Sat: The Atkinsons (trio show); Sun: The Lewis Sluder Smith Acoustic Trio).
– Jacey Vineyards: Menu TBA
– Oak Crest Vineyard & Winery: Several types of oysters prepared onsite by Nomini Bay Oyster Ranch.
Normal wine tasting fees will apply at each winery and oysters will be available for sale. (Please note: This event takes place at individual wineries throughout the Trail. Event hours may vary by winery.)
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We hope to see you there!
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– View Sample Itineraries and Lodging Options
– View an Interactive Map of our Wine Trail
– View our Press Mentions
– Learn more about the Virginia Oyster Trail
– Visit the Virginia Oyster Country website
– How do you like your oysters? Watch the Video