Wine & Vine Brunch Series: Weeping of the Vines
Our series of brunches will showcase each stage of the grapes’ growing cycle, from the first signs of vine life to the harvest. On April 30th, we begin our series with
Our series of brunches will showcase each stage of the grapes’ growing cycle, from the first signs of vine life to the harvest.
On April 30th, we begin our series with the “Weeping of the Vines ” brunch experience: three luxurious courses by Chef Erik Nettnin-Foxx of The Polished Foxx that represent the finest of first spring season blooms, each course paired by our winemaking team and educators to provide you the ultimate culinary experience.
Enjoy a glass of our sparkling to discuss how Breaux came to be, the first vines, vintages, and more.
1st: 2021 Chardonnay Reserve
Rose cured gravlax Benedict
wheatberry croustades, poached duck egg, Dill bearnaise
2nd: 2017 Nebbiolo
Five Farm Strata
Whiffletree eggs, Bakers Farm sausage & Bacon, Lydias Fields fresh vegetables, Misty Meadow Mushrooms, Locksley Farmstead cheeses
3rd: 2021 Jennifer’s Jambalaya
Preserved Meyer Lemon Crème custard Parfait
Huckleberry compote, wheatberry granola, madeleine
The weeping of the vine signifies a new dawn in the life cycle of the vine, and of all nature and life. This is a time of celebration, a time of hope, and a time of excitement and anticipation! You’ll witness the weeping taking place, the “tears” of joy the vines express as they are happily awakening from a long winter’s nap. Now emerging form dormancy, this is the first sign that we’ve begun growing what will be our 2022 vintage.
Please communicate all dietary restrictions, including any allergies, to us at least 10 days prior to the event.
(Sunday) 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
36888 Breaux Vineyards Lane, Purcellville, VA 20132