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Father’s Day Ideas for 2015!

Celebrate Father's Day at Pearmund Cellars Winemaker's Dinner

Celebrate Father’s Day at Pearmund Cellars Winemaker’s Dinner

With Father’s Day almost here, have you decided what to do for your father this year? With no scientific data behind this but from opinions I’ve heard, please don’t plan on giving your dad a traditional tie.

I know for a fact that the last thing Terry would want would be a tie. Sure he wears a tie for necessary occasions i.e. weddings,  etc. But after spending his elementary through high school years wearing a dress shirt and tie – the last thing he would like is a tie. Of course all of this doesn’t mean he wouldn’t appreciate a phone call from each of his children on Father’s Day or anytime throughout the year. It’s nice to be remembered!


So if you are not going to get your father the dreaded tie, below are a few ideas to consider.

  • Time: If you have time this weekend and live near your dad, why not plan a dinner or lunch in his honor. If he enjoys a glass of wine, add a glass of wine to the meal.
  • Perhaps bake a cake for Dad. Check out some of the cake recipes on the Wine Trail Traveler recipe site that use fruit wines as an ingredient. They are super easy – using a box cake.
  • Visit a winery. Some wineries feature special events/dinners for Father’s Day. Check out the Father’s Day Winemaker’s Dinner at Pearmund Cellars in northern Virginia this weekend.
  • For Dads who like to cook, check out AprésVin a boutique company that produces varietal grape seed oils.
  • A quality, not necessarily expensive red or white wine
  • If he enjoys sparkling wines, consider a cava from Spain.
  • Stemware (look for inexpensive stemware that has a thin lip (rim)
  • A wine book
  • A travel book about visiting wineries.

Hope you and your father have a wonderful weekend this Father’s Day!



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