Oysters at Paumanok
Starting Memorial Day Weekend, Saturday, May 25, Paumanok will begin offering fresh, local oysters shucked on the deck every Saturday throughout the summer. Oysters will be available from 2 to 5 pm. No reservations are necessary unless you are a group of 8 or more people or if you are planning on arriving in a limo, bus or van. Oysters will be available on Sunday, May 26 as well.
Paumanok Wine Dinner at Jamesport Manor Inn
Friday, June 7, 7 PM
Paumanok Futures Barrel Tasting
November 2 & 3, 2013
November 9 & 10, 2013
November 16 & 17, 2013
Paumanok Mediterranean Wine Cruise
August 5 - 15, 2014
Together with our friends from Black Ankle Vineyards, Ed Boyce and Sarah O'Herron, we will once again be traveling with Oceania cruises, this time on an even smaller and more intimate ship, the Insignia, which has only 684 passengers. We will have a different ship this time, but the same world-class accommodations, food and wine that we enjoyed last summer. We will once again have special on-board receptions and Food & Wine Trails is working on several exciting shore excursions to Spanish/Portuguese wineries. 10 days filled with great food, great wine, great settings, and great friends, what could be better!
Unless specified otherwise, please call us at (631) 722-8800 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to make a reservation or for more info on any of the above events.
Here’s the fine print from Oceania and Food & Wine Trails: prices start at about $4700 per person double occupancy for the ten days, including airfare to Europe, and if you book soon Oceania will waive all gratuities and give each cabin a $300 on-board credit. Last year's cruise sold out early and several friends who wanted to go were not able to join us, so don't dawdle! For the exact itinerary and more information, click the following link:
Please email us email@example.com with any questions or call us at (631) 722-8800. Questions for Food & Wine Trails should be addressed to firstname.lastname@example.org or call them at (800) 367-5348.