Wine Wednesday

Wine Wednesday at King Family Vineyards

Work week got you down? We’ve got just the thing to get you through to the weekend!

Join us for “Wine Wednesday” at King Family Vineyards. Grab a glass of your favorite King Family Vineyards wine and enjoy local food as the sun sets behind the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains.

Food will be provided by one of the area’s premier local food trucks.

Our Tasting Room will be open for bottle and glass sales from 5:00 until 8:00 p.m. and food will be served from 5:00 – 8:00 p.m.

Our doors and patios will close promptly at 8:30 pm.

Share your #winewednesday moments with us on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter @kingvineyards

Cross Pollinate

Join us for a taste of the sweet life! Delight your senses and spend an afternoon with bee and floral enthusiasts at Veritas Vineyards and Winery on Sunday, March 29 from 1-3 pm where you will enjoy a discussion about bees and the basics of floral design while tasting local honey and honey-infused treats paired with a glass of wine.

Pop-Up Bakeshop at Cakes by Rachel

By popular demand and one day only! Come on by for our Pop Up Bakeshop! There will be cakes, cupcakes, pies, macarons, cookies, and brownies and other deliciousness for sale. Great hostess gifts for your holiday parties. Have a mug of cider with us and peruse the possibilities. We can’t wait to see you! We will be open from 9:30am-6pm as supplies last.

Crozet: A Mighty Little Town by Oana Moore

During the month of April, Crozet Artisan Depot proudly presents new work by local photographer Oana Moore. Oana will be at the Second Saturday Opening Reception on April 14th from 3-5pm in the historic Crozet train depot.

In this month-long show and sale, Oana presents a collection of recent photographs of the Crozet and Western Albemarle area.

“I love photographing the Crozet area with its beautiful views of the Blue Ridge Mountains, reservoir lakes, amazing wineries, orchards, horse and cattle farms.”

Artist Bio

Oana Moore, a local photographer specializing in family portraits and equine photography, is equally passionate about shooting landscapes. She grew up in Romania, lived in several major European cities, and spent a year in Scotland before settling in the United States. Oana has called Crozet home for the past eight years and has photographed the area extensively. In her photography, her focus is to create a fine art image with careful consideration to composition and light. You can see more of her work at

Annual Artisan Holiday Bazaar – 3 Dec 2017 @Batesville Market

We’re hosting a holiday artisan bazaar and local artist showcase featuring…
Pottery, Jewelry, Textiles, Wood Turning, Iron Works, Paintings, Photography, Novels, Children’s Books, Greeting Cards, Throw Pillows, Farm Fresh Foods & Cheeses, Wine & Beer, Beauty Supplies, Decorative Gift Boxes…and more!

Holiday shopping!
Music from Jim Wray!
Local foody-food samples!
Chat with your neighbors!
Have lunch!

One Day I’ll Get a Better Camera Phone

In the meantime here are three recent photos in Crozet …

Goodwin Creek bakery wants to be your friend. (great bread, purchased at Great Valu)

Goodwin Creek wants to be your friend

We’ve had some great sunsets in Crozet recently.

Amazing sky tonight in Crozet

Harris Teeter has more local foods … “Six or fewer hours from the farm to your Harris Teeter”

"Local" Food at the Crozet Harris Teeter

Fardowner’s new patio:

Fardowner's patio

Cocina del Sol is ugly. I hope the gray is a primer.

Cocina del Sol is gray. Ugly gray

Update: It’s not permanent. Thanks to @brmtcrozet

@crozette @realcrozetva It’s not permanent, they could only paint what was under roof because of the rain! Not to worry!!Mon Jul 12 14:28:58 via web

Update #2 – Aargh. It’s going to stay ugly.

False alarm @realcrozetva @crozette @rprav8r, I hate to tell you but that is the final color of La Cocina! Sorry for getting your hopes up:(Mon Jul 12 22:33:28 via web

Storms, Public Hearing & Pickup Soccer – The week That Was – Crozet Twitter Updates – Brief Notes for 2010-06-06

Note: the green/italicized portion of this post are from the public hearing on the Restore N Station.