Join us for a unique and intimate evening with old friends and new as we taste five exquisite whiskeys paired with delicious food, all in the historic 19th century Aldie Mill.
Our meal for the evening will be a five-course affair, pairing special foods with each of the six whiskeys, and prepared by Great Blue Heron Catering. Courses will include cheeses, appetizer, salad, main course, & dessert. For those who choose, you may end the evening with a cigar to accompany your final dram.
This event will be made even more special with the addition of a tour and grinding demonstration of Aldie Mill by award-wining miller Mike Devine. Loudoun County’s own Catoctin Creek Distillery owner Scott Harris will provide commentary on each of the whiskeys, and local historian Rich Gillespie will share stories throughout the evening of the mill’s history, including the Civil War adventures of John Singleton Mosby, Confederate partisan fighter whose escapades included activity at the mill and in & around the village of Aldie.
Visit www.aldie.com and check out our local inns and B&Bs. Plan to visit our local shops, and make a weekend of it in the village of Aldie!
Reservations are required in order to enjoy this special evening of whiskeys & history. Contact Ms. Dale Hook at NVRPA headquarters, 703-352-5900 to purchase your tickets, or click here.