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Cabin Fever Event

  • Three Brothers Wineries & Estates 623 Lerch Road Geneva, NY, 14456 United States (map)

This is a mini event on our estate created to get you up and out during the coldest time of the year. In addition to our normal tasting passport the day includes....

- Pilot batch brewing demo with War Horse brewers Pete & Jen. Watch War Horse brewers test a new recipe on our half barrel system (makes one keg). This also gives you a reason to come back 1-2 weeks later when the pilot batch is ready to taste and let us know what you think! (10:30am-12pm)

War Horse Brewing Company presents a Seneca Lakes Brewer's Guild tap takeover. Five breweries from the Seneca Lake Brewers Guild are creating an exclusive tasting flight. Join the flight crew to experience a private tasting with War Horse brewmasters Jen & Pete, learn more about Finger Lakes beer and what makes it so great. Flights are $10 all day. Sign up here to join the Flight Crew and taste alongside our brewmasters 12pm-1pm. Flight Crew tasting is free with purchase of $10 flight (sign up is to keep track of # of participants). 
*Check back here to find out which breweries will be joining us

Link to Sign Up for Flight Crew Tasting:
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/flight-crew-tasting-tickets-42432731442?aff=efbeventtix

- Live demo by world class ice sculptor Stanley Kolonko from the the ice farm (1pm-3pm)

- Wine barrel fire pits from Sensenig's Landscape Supply to keep you warm (all day)

- Snow shoeing in the vineyard (bring your own snowshoes, weather permitting all day)

- Specialty coffee drinks at Iron Heart Coffee Co. to help boost your vitamin D (all day)

- Iron Heart Cafe pizzas & soup specials coming soon

Bring the kids and make it a family affair. Craft sodas are always available for tasting and purchase by the pint.

What is Cabin Fever?
It is more an ailment "of the spirit characterized by sadness, lack of energy, malaise, and irritability brought on by an extended stay in a confined space with a lack of environmental and social stimulation.
Historians speculate that the term cabin fever was first used to describe early U.S. settlers who experienced long winters in their log cabins, snowed in until the spring thaw. (https://www.thehealthychoice.net/got-cabin-fever/)

Our mini event is here to help you get excited about winter and beat those winter blues. Events and vendors are based around known fixes for Cabin Fever; getting outside, staying active, boosting Vitamin D, and social interaction.

Earlier Event: February 18
Hand Lettering Workshop
Later Event: March 10
SLWT EVENT: Preferred Pairings