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Sip and Savor, Spring Series A Taste of New England

Thursday, April 12
6:30 pm to 8:30 pm

A cuisine influenced by generations of immigrants, beautiful farmlands, and coastal waterways.

Menu: Stuffed Quahog clams, Yankee Pot Roast with root vegetables, Maple glazed squash, Chocolate bread pudding.

Please note proposed menus are subject to change based on seasonal ingredient availability.

Sip and Savor, Spring Series

Enjoy our relaxed and educational evenings where we taste four different wines and eat a pleasant meal, prepared by Farm Chef Sherry Swanson, designed to highlight fresh seasonal farm foods paired with the delicious wines we have selected with our wine educators, Jon Haight and Jean Crum Jones. We delve into the cultural aspects of the wines and foods as well as explore the terminology of flavor.

Please note, the focus of our Sip and Savors is to learn about wine and food pairing (not food preparation). If you are interested in a hands-on class, please visit our Harvest Kitchen class page.


Register now for A Taste of New England

Available slots: 1

Registration Notes

To complete your registration, please be sure to hit the Submit Order button. Once you have successfully registered and placed your order, you will receive an email confirmation from Jones Family Farms. 

If you wish to use a Gift Certificate, please contact harvestkitchen [at] with your name, phone number, gift certificate number and the class you are interested in attending.  A member of our Kitchen Team will be in touch to complete your registration. 

Other class registration options include registering in person using cash, check or charge at the Jones Winery Tasting Room, open seasonally (please check our Winery page for hours).

Please visit our Registration and Policies and Kitchen FAQs to be aware of our cancelation/refund policies, food allergy information, and other helpful information.

Be good to the land and the land will be good to you.

Philip James JONES, FARM FOUNDER, 1821-1912