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Goodbye 2020, Hello 2021! All of us at Pippin Hill Farm & Vineyards are ready to welcome the New Year with open arms, and what better way to celebrate new beginnings than with a full belly and high spirits! Join our multi-day celebration atop the Hill; we’ll have something for everyone.


New Year’s Eve Wine Brunch

Join us to welcome 2021 with a special New Year’s Brunch Menu and Wine Pairings (including mimosas!) starting Thursday, December 31st.

Make a reservation for Thursday, December 31st

The Festivities, Continued

If you can’t make it out to Pippin on Thursday, Chef Ian and team will be celebrating all weekend (Saturday & Sunday) with this special New Year’s Brunch and Wine Pairing Menu.

Make a reservation for Saturday, Jan 2nd

Make a reservation for Sunday, Jan 3rd


Drink Specials

Mimosas – Our take on a classic

Poinsettias – Resembling the beautiful flower, with swirling hues of red, pink, and white.

Blanc de Blanc Bundle Specials

‘Tis the Season for bubbly!

Cheers!


Additional NYE Weekend Wine and Food Specials

To be served on New Years Eve, Jan 2nd, and Jan 3rd:

 Hoppin’ John Johnnycakes, Bacon, Garden Herbs, Aleppo Creme
Pairs with our Blanc de Blanc

Maryland Crab Benedict, Buttermilk Biscuit, Sauce Choron
Pairs with our Chardonnay Reserve

Roasted Mushroom Pizza, Garlic Bechamel, Caramelized Onion, Taleggio
Pairs with our Cabernet Franc

Strawberry Pain Perdue, Spiced Whipped Cream, Orange
Pairs with our Sparkling Rosé


From The Garden

Is gardening one of your New Year’s Resolutions?

Start early, with one of Diane Burn’s Pro-Gardening Tips on how to grow greens through the winter:

“Want home grown greens on your New Year’s Day menu? It’s simple to do in Central Virginia! You can direct sow collard greens seeds from late August – mid-September.  Ideally 6 weeks before 1st frost which is usually the end of October here in Charlottesville.  Use floating row covers to protect from hard frost & freezes and you will be able to harvest collard greens all the way through the winter.  Greens also include kale, arugula, spinach, swiss chard red mustard, turnip and beet greens.”


We are open 11am-6pm 12/31, 1/2, & 1/3 but we will be closed on New Year’s Day.

We are looking forward to your visit, and wish a Happy New Year to you and yours!

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