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I have been all over the world. I have visited world renound restaurants, but nothing compares to the meal Chef Bill Bird prepared for our group at the Terra Cotta Vineyards. First let me say, I don’t drink wine but, I do cook with it. I was wildly impressed with the beauty and location Of Terra Cotta Vineyards, in New Concord, Ohio.
While I knew that Michigan and California were known for their wines I had no idea that Ohio had vineyards. Terra Cotta Vineyards was established in 1995 and their winery opened in 1999. Their restaruant makes you instantly feel at home. When you come to this winery you will receive an exprience not easily forgotten. The scenery is beautiful and will leave you in awe.
I was wowed by all of the awards Terra Cotta wines have received, Ohio Quality Award, Silver Medal at Indianna International Wine Competition, Directors Choic Award, and many others. Terra Cotta Wines were also featured at the Ohio Governors House. Their wines are displayed like trophies. The wines were simply beautiful and smelled fabulous. This vineyard has so much more to offer though! Combining the award winning Terra Cotta Wines into meals is the specialty of chef Bill Bird.
We were treated to a multi-course meal including gourmet hummus, a salad with multi greens, beats, and a dressing that was drool worthy. Our main course of beef tenderloin was served with delicious red potatoes and brussell sprouts. All made with wine sauces and delicious.
To finish off our meal we had a Banna Torte, with a flaming banana sauce. The experience was priceless and the food was amazing. I cannot wait to make reservations for my husband and I to enjoy another meal at the Terra Cotta Vineyard.
Another highlight of my evening at the Terra Cotta Vineyard was listening to and meeting the very talented Laura Schumann, Music Director and Conductor of the Southeastern Ohio Symphony Orchestra (SEOSO) and Professor of music at Muskingum University. I will be posting more about Laura, since she represents causes close to my heart! I do want to share that listening to her play the violin during dinner was a once in a life time experience for this music lover.