Basketball, Chili dogs, and Wine! If the wind subsides there will be a firepit also.
News & Events
Happy Birthday Abe!
Valentine’s Day Dinner for Friday, February 14 is sold out but there are spaces on Friday. Menu is the same. Call today to reserve–859-375-0296.
Happy New Year to All!
While the vines are sleeping Horseshoe Bend Staff is busy preparing events for 2014. We begin with KWA’s Wine Trail Event, Saturday February 8 and follow that with a Valentine’s Day Dinner on February 14. Menu for Valentine’s Day revolves around your choice of smoked tenderloin or smoked salmon. Price for this event is $45 per couple plus wine. Call the Winery before February 11 to reserve your spot (859-375-0296) as reservations are necessary.
March Madness with Conference Tournaments and the NCAA and then takes us to the annual McConnell Springs Barrel Tasting on the last Saturday of the month.
April 1 is Jester Day and we celebrate through the first weekend in April. Strawberry Fool anyone?
May is Derby and the return of Friday night burger events. Watch for postings and email blasts announcing these events.
The vines are awakening and we are here to provide their TLC.
The Breast Cancer Benefit went so well and there are donations to Markey and Brown Breast Cancer Centers as a result. With harvest being over and the wine a-making, it is time for a brief relax to enjoy the fall season. The last of the leaves are beautiful. We are lighting the firepit frequently so you may even sit outside and just enjoy the view.
The grapes are in, the grapes are in. Harvest is complete! Hooray! Now we plan to close out October with a Breast Cancer Benefit Dinner October 26. Wear costumes if you like and together we will ‘Scare for the Cure.’ Dinner is from 5:30 to 8:30. There will be tasty tidbits to begin the evening and Chef Joe from Lexington is working his magic for us on a pork loin, harvest veggies, and his special recipe for dessert. Price is $30 per person plus wine and tax. A portion of the profits will be divided between Markey and Brown Breast Cancer Centers.
Where did May go? Hard to accept that it is June and school is out for the summer. Now it is time to kick back and spend some of those lazy, hazy, crazy days under the pergola. Music, wine and you. What a good combo!
Derby Week is here. Horseshoe Bend will be at Derbyfest on the waterfront Today, Tuesday and Wednesday. Thursday evening is Taste of the Oaks at the Galt House to benefit Easter Seals. Friday is Derby Winefest at the Bullit County Fairgrounds from 2 until 10pm. Here there will be music and food and of course vino! And I still have to pick my horse.
After a very busy Barrel Tasting and Jester Week, we are now deep into Spring and all its wonder and beauty.
February 28, 2013
Hi all, we here at Horseshoe Bend would like to thank everyone that came out for
“A glass of wine, a chocolate or two, and you”
Valentine’s Day celebration. It was a big hit and therefore is on the calendar for next year!
St. Patrick’s Day is fast approaching and the lamb stew will be ready. It will be available on Saturday March 16 and Sunday March 17. The lamb stew features Kentucky lamb!
April 1 is April Fools’ Day. The Jester at Horseshoe Bend plans to begin celebrating his namesake day along with our guests March 31 during the McConnell Springs Barrel Tasting, and continuing on to April 1 and then to April 6. Expect specialized desserts like Strawberry Fool complimenting the Jester and all he does for Horseshoe Bend.
We all know Spring is approaching even though it seems like Old Man Winter will just not
let go. We anticipate a Redbud Festival in April and will post as soon as we see the color begin in our Redbud Forest. Looking forward to the 5th Annual Wildflower Walk and as soon as the path is spruced up and the naturalist contacted a date will be announced. Mark your calendars for May 17 when Sue Massek returns to begin our Burgers and Banjos series.
Remember, we are now open Sundays from 1 to 5pm.
We look forward to seeing you soon!
January 18, 2013.
Hello all. I bet you have been asking yourself what’s going on at Horseshoe Bend Winery? Haven’t heard from them lately. No, we are not in hibernation even though it seems like it. We have been taking this time to improve for 2013 by going to Lexington for conferences on winemaking and marketing. There were many great speakers, my favorite being Elizabeth Slater. I found her to be enthusiastic, motivating, and very knowledgeable. Coming back to the Tasting Room, I am eager to do and use the information Elizabeth told us. So that’s what I have been doing.
It’s your turn. I would like to know what events you our Customer would like to see us have here at Horseshoe Bend Vineyards and Winery. So let me hear from you by email, use firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 859-375-0296 to talk to me. I’ll be looking forward to hearing from you.