Upcoming Events at Ninety Acres
May 01, 2015

Upcoming Events:

Cocktail Making Class - Sours, Flips & Swizzles
Sunday, May 31st
1:30 - 3:30pm
Few Seats Remain
A modern twist is taking something great and making it even better. Mixologists are always reinventing traditional cocktails. The still popular and time-honored families of mixed drinks include Sours, Flips and Swizzles. Oxford Dictionary can date the word “flip” as far back as 1695 to describe a mixture.
In this new and delicious cocktail class, our Ninety Acres Mixologists will use farm fresh ingredients to teach you easy ways to spice up your traditional drinks.
Wine vs. Stein - Special Outdoor Edition
Wednesday, June 3rd
6:30 - 10:00pm
Rain Date: Wednesday, June 10th
Sold Out - Waitlist Available
Ninety Acres presents: “Wine vs. Stein –The Birthday Battle”
How do two people in the beverage industry celebrate their birthdays?  By hosting the ultimate pairing of course. Join Wine Director Brooke Sabel & Beverage Director Michael Smythe, for the first time ever, on our Wine Cellar lawn as they go head to head in a four course battle!
          Representing Wine will be Presqu’ile Winery. Located in the heart of Santa Maria Valley in sunny southern California, Presqu'ile’s small-production wines are highly regarded amongst wine critics and sommeliers. Join proprietor Matt Murphy, and winemaker Dieter Cronje, as they team up with Brooke to showcase wines from their certified sustainably-farmed vineyards. At this legendary party, they just might have a few tricks and treats up their sleeves. 
          Representing Beer will be Craft Beer icons Dogfish Head Brewery. Known for their “off centered ales for off centered people” Dogfish Head continues to push Craft beer forward with their complex offerings and June 3rd will be no different. We will showcase some of their most well known ales; a few of them may have even been laying around a while!
This is sure to be one of our best events and we look forward to celebrating with you!
Basic Wine Education: Loire Valley
Sunday, June 14th
2:30 - 3:30 pm 
Summer is right around the corner, officially, and nothing says warm weather like wines from the Loire Valley. Learn about the history, soils, climate and winemaking traditions that impact the valley's wines.  Join Wine Director Brooke Sabel as she guides you through four wines from this bountiful region in France! 
Ninety Acres' 4th Annual Clam Bake
Thursday, June 18th / Rain Date: June 25th
6:30 - 9:30pm
Back by popular demand and sheer fun! 
Enjoy an evening of outdoor dining featuring Maine lobsters, Long Island clams, house made sausage and more! Like years before, we will feature hand-poured craft beer from Dogfish Head, Brooklyn Brewery and Great Lakes Brewing Company. Other beverage options will include specialty cocktails highlighting Busted Barrel Rum by notable guest NJ Artisan Distilling plus wine selections. End the night at our build-your-own shortcake bar by Pastry Chef, Lindsay Stewart.
More details to be announced soon. 
Advanced Wine Education: Big, Bold Reds
Sunday, June 21st
1:30 - 3:30
Give Dad what he wants to celebrate Father's Day – big, bold red wines!  For this class, Wine Director Brooke Sabel will be toasting to all fathers!  The focus is family-run wineries that have been passed down for generations from fathers to sons or fathers to daughters. Taste through six big, bold red wines from around the world and raise a glass with your Dad!

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Ninety Acres' Choice of the Month: May

"Wine of the Month"

Producer: My Essential Rosé
Varietal: Grenache, Syrah, Cinsault, Carignan, Mouvedre
Vintage: 2014
Region: Côte de Provence
Country: France
Winery Information:
·      Winemaker is Richard Betts, Master Sommelier who believes “wine is a grocery, not a luxury”
·      Richard makes this wine with the assistance of a VERY well known Burgundy producer who is a dear friend and remains nameless. 
·      The grapes come from the Burgundy producers carefully tended vine in Provence
The result is a pale pink wine that smells like red fruits and flowers yet is crisp, dry and ultra refreshing. One glass invites another, a wine that can very quickly become a bottle for one.
Food Pairings:
Enjoy with our Yellowfin Tuna or Grilled Octopus
Brooke Sabel: Wine Director & Sommelier

"Beer of the Month"

Beer: Tarte Noveau
Brewer: Weyerbacher
Style:  Session Sour
Location: Easton, PA
A.B.V. 3.9%
This tart beer pours pale yellow with a large, dense, white head. Huge lemon and citrus notes along with some light bready flavors, Tarte is a refreshing brew with a dry finish that’s perfect for a spring or summer evening spent on our patio.
Pair with Ninety Acres cheese plate or our Sautéed Golden Tilefish
Mike Smythe, Certified Cicerone ® & Beverage Director

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