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Eat This Week, January 31 to February 6, 2018: Wines With Hart


Published January 31, 2018 at 10:00 a.m.
Updated January 31, 2018 at 2:00 p.m.

La Garagista Farm + Winery in Barnard - COURTESY OF LA GARAGISTA FARM + WINERY
  • Courtesy Of La Garagista Farm + Winery
  • La Garagista Farm + Winery in Barnard

Vermont vintners Deirdre Heekin and Caleb Barber have set the benchmark for producing excellent wines using new hybrid varietals made by crossing North American wild grapes with European wine grapes. On Sunday, oenophiles can head to their home's farm and vineyard on the shoulder of Mount Hunger for sips of bright, food-friendly sparkling wines and sample fresh-baked breads, pastries and pizzas from Barber and visiting baker Jen Woods.

Hart Tavernetta Bar a Vin: Sunday, February 4, 11 a.m.-1 p.m., La Garagista Farm + Winery, Barnard. Cost of food and drink. RSVP required: [email protected]. Info,

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Introduction to Abenaki Horticulture and Garden Forestry: Learn about the politics, science and spirituality of cultivating indigenous Wabanaki crops through ancestral methods of agriculture and agroforestry. Monday, February 5, 5:30-8:30 p.m., the Study Hall, 209 College St., Burlington. $10 suggested donation. Info,

Tacos & Natural Wine Night: Quench the Thirsty Thursday blues with tacos on housemade tortillas and fresh, natural wines by the glass or bottle. Thursday, February 1, 4-10 p.m., Dedalus Wine Shop, Market & Wine Bar, Burlington. Cost of food and drink. Info,

Vermont Farm Show: Hit up the agricultural job fair, browse more than 155 exhibits showcasing products and innovations related to rural life, or shop the farmers market on Wednesday evening's Consumer Night. Through Thursday, February 1, Champlain Valley Exposition, Essex Junction. Free. Info, 878-5545,

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