Oatlands Historic House and Gardens, host of Roaring 20s Dinner and Speakeasy.

Oatlands Historic House and Gardens, host of Roaring 20s Dinner and Speakeasy.

We're just one week away from the inaugural Epicurience Virginia! Our Whole Foods Demonstration Tent is filled with regional and national chefs ready to show off their culinary mastery. The Virginia Education Tent will be schooling attendees on Virginia food and wine (with samples included of course - what better way to learn?) The Epic Stage will have you dancing on the lawn and the Grand Tasting Tent will tantalize your palate with samples of foods and wines from all around the commonwealth. When the gates close on Morven Park, though, this epic experience is not over.

DC's Wine Country welcomes you to spend the entire weekend exploring the flavors of our region. Saturday's festivities will continue into the evening with a Roaring 20s Dinner and Speakeasy worthy of Gatsby himself at Oatlands Historic House and Gardens. If sparkling wine, barbecue, and 80s rock and roll is more your speed, head on over to Tarara Winery where they'll be showing off Loudoun's first sparkling wine, Boneyard Bad to the Bone Bubbles, during a summer concert on Shadow Lake. Experience a Summer Harvest Dinner with dessert served under the stars at Loudoun's first combined winery and restaurant, 868 Estate Vineyards and Grandale Restaurant.  Looking for a bit more culture? North Gate Vineyards has a live theatrical production of The Importance of Being Earnest in their LEED certified tasting room. And Catoctin Creek Distilling Company will help you bring cocktail culture into your home with their Herb Garden Simple Syrups workshop.

From casual to ritzy, educational to artistic,  this weekend is bound to be an epic experience. Tickets available at EpicVirginia.com