South of the Border Cheese and Wine Tasting
We’re Heading South of the Border on Sunday, March 30
…to Massachusetts, that is. We’re taking a road trip to Wolf Meadow Cheese Shop in Amesbury, MA. REGISTRATION FOR THIS EVENT IS NOW CLOSED.
Wolf Meadow Farm is a small production artisan cheese facility dedicated to crafting Italian cheeses in the old-world caseificio tradition. All of their cheeses are made by hand in small batches using time-honored methods passed down from generations of cheesemakers.
Come join Luca Mignognaus, our presenter and owner of Wolf Meadow Farm, for a cheese making demonstration followed by a cheese and wine sampling.
Where: Wolf Meadow Cheese Shop
When: Sunday March 30
Location: 91 High Street, Amesbury, MA / tel: 978.201.1606
Tickets: $10.00 for Slow Food Members + $12.00 for non Members
To purchase tickets: Click Here
Don’t delay – space is limited for this event. In the meantime, Check out this great article about Wolf Meadow Farm in North Shore Magazine
Now, if you are going ALL the way to MA, you might as well Make a Day of It! Check out these other Slow Food friendly locations nearby:
Newburyport Farmers Market
Location: The Tannery Marketplace, 75 Water St, Newburyport, MA 01950
Parking: free parking lot + street parking available @ The Tannery
3 Liberty Street, Newburyport, MA 01950 / 978 499-8278
Open: 7am-1pm on Sunday
A wonderful locally owned and operated, farm to table, from scratch, small batch, made by hand bakery located in the heart of downtown Newburyport, MA.
51 Rogers Street, West Newbury, Ma 01985 / 978 499-8600
Open: 9-5pm on Sunday
Raw milk + fresh eggs. (Wolf Meadow purchases their milk here!)
30 Elmwood Street, Salisbury, MA / 978 834-7879
Open by appointment this time of year – call ahead…
HERB FARMacy is a Certified Organic farm located on 10 acres in Salisbury, Massachusetts near the New Hampshire border. They specialize in Certified Organic plants, with over 800 varieties of culinary, medicinal and ornamental herbs plus a unique selection of native flowering plants, old-fashioned flowers and hardy perennials to attract butterflies, birds and bees to your gardens.