Sabine Hall Day

Date: July 10, 2020

Wine History

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On July 10th, we celebrate the life of Landon Carter of  Sabine Hall, located near Warsaw in Richmond County, Virginia.  Landon Carter (August 1710 – December 22, 1778) was a planter from Virginia, best known for his account of colonial life leading up the American War of Independence, The Diary of Colonel Landon Carter, which included discussion about his Virginia winemaking efforts.  Landon’s account of his winemaking efforts in Virginia are among the first recorded in colonial America.

 

Built about 1730, Sabine Hall is one of Virginia’s finest Georgian brick manor houses. It was built by noted planter Landon Carter (1710-1778). It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1969, and declared a National Historic Landmark in 1970.

 

In celebration of this important day in American wine culture, we are offering our customers a 30% bottle discount on all bottles of our Sabine Hall Viognier! Maximum two case per person.

 

WINE CLUB MEMBERS: receive a discount at 40% off.

AMBASSADOR CLUB: purchase a case and get 50% off! Today and every day!

Sermons from the Vine

Date: August 2, 2020

Time: 11AM

Location: Philip Carter Winery

Sermons from the Vine

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Enjoy the beautiful setting of the vineyard for a sermon with Pastor Kim. Begins at 11AM, rain or shine.

2020 Dates:  August 2nd, October 4th

RCIII Day

Date: September 4, 2020

Wine History

Robert Councilor Carter

On September 4th, we celebrate the life of founding father Robert “Councillor” Carter, III (February 1727 – March 10, 1804), of Nomini Hall located in Westmoreland County.  RCIII was an American planter, and for two decades sat on the Virginia Governor’s Council, which among other things, promoted the establishment of a Virginia wine industry.  On September 5, 1791, Carter began what became the largest release of enslaved persons in North America prior to the American Civil War, and is now remembered as the “Great Emancipator”.

 

In celebration of this important day in American wine culture, we are offering our customers a 30% bottle discount on all bottles of our Nomini Hall Cabernet Franc! Maximum two case per person.

 

WINE CLUB MEMBERS: receive a discount at 40% off.

AMBASSADOR CLUB: purchase a case and get 50% off! Today and every day!

Sermons from the Vine

Date: October 4, 2020

Time: 11AM

Location: Philip Carter Winery

Sermons from the Vine

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Enjoy the beautiful setting of the vineyard for a sermon with Pastor Kim. Begins at 11AM, rain or shine.

2020 Date:  October 4th

Holiday Gift Baskets!

Start date: November 1, 2020

End date: December 31, 2020

Holidays

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Holiday gift baskets will be available for purchase during the months of November and December.

The 13th Annual Harvest on the Half Shell: Wine, Beer, Cider & Mead Oyster Roast

Start date: November 7, 2020

End date: November 8, 2020

Time: 11AM - 6PM

Location: Philip Carter Winery

Festivals

Oysters

Join us for the weekend event of the season and the start of Virginia Oyster Month!   We invite you to be part of an annual Virginia tradition at Philip Carter Winery. Chesapeake Bay oysters, award-winning wines, beers, ciders, and mead!  Tickets are $10 per person in advance ($15 at the event) and include a taste of 4 wines, 3 beers, 2 ciders, and one mead.   Oysters on the half shell, fried oysters, and oyster po’ boy will be available for purchase all weekend while supplies last by Blue Ridge Seafood food truck.  Live music and yard games in the vineyard.  Tickets will be available via InsideNoVaTix and at the door while supplies last.  We look forward to having you!

Veteran’s Day

Date: November 11, 2020

Location: Philip Carter Winery

Discount Day | Holidays

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We honor our veterans on Veteran’s Day, and are proud to offer our active and retired heroes a 20% discount on all wine purchases. Military ID required.

Corotoman Day

Date: November 13, 2020

Wine History

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One of the colonial Virginia’s most important houses, Robert “King” Carter’s Corotoman (circa 1725) stretched an impressive 90 by 40 feet along the banks of the Rappahannock River in Lancaster County, Virginia.  Graced by an arcaded piazza, a second-story gallery and multiple pavilions, Corotoman signified Carter’s position as Virginia’s wealthiest, most powerful tobacco planter.  Carter stocked Corotman’s cellars with the finest wines and claimed the most impressive wine cellar in the New World, but lost some 900 bottles when fire destroyed the mansion in 1729.

 

In celebration of this important day in American wine culture, we are offering our customers a 30% bottle discount on all bottles of our Corotoman! Maximum two case per person.

 

WINE CLUB MEMBERS: receive a discount at 40% off.

AMBASSADOR CLUB: purchase a case and get 50% off! Today and every day!

Winery CLOSED in observance of Thanksgiving Day

Date: November 26, 2020

Holiday Hours

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The winery will be closed in observance of Thanksgiving Day in order for our staff to enjoy time with their families.  May the joy of the season be yours.

Special Christmas Eve Hours

Date: December 24, 2020

Time: 11:00am - 3:00pm

Holiday Hours

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Philip Carter will be open until 3 PM in observance of Christmas Eve.