January is a special month for us as everyone recuperates from the Holidays and begins to think about the year ahead. We are making some exciting plans for the year ahead and wanted to share some with you. We have changed our name to reflect our retreat side of our business and are developing new logos, and literature to reflect the change.
We just launched our improved version of our website. Check it out at www.monteagleinn.com and let us know what you think.
Jim and all of the Staff
"Escape to our Treasure, Treasure your Escape"
The following Friday, the 19th, we will have a wine dinner featuring the wines of the Charles Krug Winery, Napa Valley’s oldest winery. We will feature six wines with our wonderful five dinner courses and have a representative from Charles Krug Winery with us. The Peter Mondavi Family has owned the Charles Krug Winery for over sixty years and is dedicated to producing outstanding Estate wines for your enjoyment. The three hour indulgence tasting and dinner with wines is $75++ per person.
Speaking of wine, remember we are having our “Monteagle Inn Wine Weekend” the first weekend in March. On Friday, the 5th, we will have a wine tasting and then go to dinner at HighPoint Restaurant with a selection of entrees and wines.
Saturday, the 6th, we will have a wine tasting in the morning and then go to Arrington Vineyards for an in-depth tour, tasting and catered lunch. Saturday night, we will have a six wine/ five course wine dinner featuring the Napa Valley wines of Kobrand Corporation. Sunday we will close with a Champagne Brunch featuring five sparkling wines from around the world. You are also treated to a late checkout to extend your weekend. All of this for only $350 per person in addition to your room. Join us for this fun and educational weekend.
Monteagle Inn & Retreat Center has so much to offer outside of our wine events. Check our calendar for events at the inn and in the surrounding areas. Sewanee has lots of things going on and the hiking has spectacular views with the leaves on their winter retirement.