the grange of prince edward – romancing the rents

the grange of prince edward - romancing the rents - bite

What to have…

the grange of prince edward - romancing the rents - bite

Sara and Josh treated Ralph and I to a dazzling tour of the family run wine estates in Prince Edward County, just minutes from their home. Miles of family-run wineries from humble and sparse to massively over-stated, open to the public. Sara chose The Grange of Prince Edward as our picnic spot. “It’s so romantic”, she explained. “I love that we can do a wine tasting, decide which wine we want with lunch, grab a picnic then take it out near the grapevines.”

I love that she wants to be romantic with her parents.

the grange of prince edward - romancing the rents - bite

Weathered picnic tables wait, in the pasture near acres of early summer grape vines, for gingham and treats from the garden and kitchen. Sara chose a rapturous lunch of pulled chicken sandwiches, poached baby potato salad with extra virgin olive oil and snipped chives, crunchy white coleslaw with caraway seeds , local strawberries and whipped cream and a buttery Chardonnay Select.

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A sweet shot of our hosts at another picturesque wine estate.

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