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Roanoke Vineyards Hosts A Love Lane Culinary Adventure

Group enjoyed a round-robin of culinary delights on Love Lane this weekend.

Roanoke Vineyards winemaker Richard Pisacano lead a tour for 14 people Friday night of his new tasting room on Love Lane in Mattituck, a sampling of cheeses and wines at the Village Cheese Shop and dinner at the Love Lane Kitchen.

Rosemary Batcherller, owner of the cheese shop, said that in years past, the tour has also included a visit to the Love Lane Sweet Shoppe and dinner at the Iron Skillet across the tracks on Love Lane.

"It's always a good time," she said."It gives people an opportunity to really learn about all we have to offer here on Love Lane."

Robin Epperson-McCarthy of Roanoke Vineyards said she's like to make the group tour a regular occurence and would like to see the road closed off for a few hours for a festival-like effect for bigger groups.

"We really want to push events like this to market Love Lane," she said.

Frank T November 18, 2012 at 03:30 PM
Close the road for 14 visitors? That can't be good for business.
lovelanekitchen November 18, 2012 at 03:55 PM
Another great job by Robin! It's such a great vibe and community feeling at these events by Roanoke and Robin does a fantastic job coordinating with everyone on Love Lane... we hope it gets bigger and more popular.
Robin Epperson McCarthy November 18, 2012 at 04:49 PM
A big thank you to the business's involved the; Love Lane Kitchen, The Love Lane Market, the Iron Skillet, The Village Cheese Shop, the Love Lane Sweet Shoppe! We are surrounded by passionate people whose expertise and great personalities make this event what it is!
donna Albano November 19, 2012 at 06:09 PM
What a great event hosted by Roanoke's Rich and Robin, made incredible by their neighbors Rosemary (cheese shop), Bob & Maryann (Iron Skillet) and Carolyn (LLK), as well as the friendly group of participants; a LOVEly evening on Love Lane. Can't wait for the next one!!!

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