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Borghese Wine Club Sip. Swirl. Belong.
Castello di Borghese
Vineyard & Winery
17150 County Rte 48
P.O. Box 957)
Cutchogue, New York 11935
Phone: (631) 734-5111
Toll Free: (800)-734-5158
Fax: (631) 734-5485
(located behind Esprit de France Bldg.)
740 Main Road, Aquebogue, New York 11931
Tel. (631) 779-3404
CASTELLO di BORGHESE VINEYARD & WINERY EVENTS CALENDAR
Saturday Jazz with Marguerite Volonts
Every Saturday 2-4pm
Join us every Saturday afternoon with Marguerite Volonts, cabaret artist, singer and violist. Marguerite sings, plays piano, guitar and viola, drawing her music from a rich tradition of folksinging and big band performances. Listen closely as you hear some recreations of old Joni Mitchell, James Taylor and Carole King.
Admission is free and wine will be available for purchase by the glass or bottle.
Laugh NYC Comedy Nite at Borghese
Saturday, October 11, 2014
8 pm (doors open at 7pm)
LaughNYC PRESENTS: Vicky Kuperman
NOW YOU CAN HAVE FUN IN LIFE...
Wine and COMEDY Show!
She has been featured on The Maxim Comedy Showcase,
NickMom TV, Sirius Satellite Radio & Comcast.
Plus! Direct from the NY comedy scene!
Miguel Dalmau, Ray Marshall& Paul Corrigan
Tickets and info: Laugh NYC
Cost: $15.00 online / $20.00 at the door*
*Tickets do not include any food or drink. All ticket sales are final.
Comedians are scheduled to appear but due to circumstances,
the lineup could change at any time.
For Info 631-471-6335
Adults Only Please!
Enjoy Noah's on the Road new mobile restaurant at Borghese Vineyard during the show. Featuring the freshest ingredients available from farm to table seasonality as prepared at Noah's restaurant in Greenport.
Springtime Art Show with artists Jeffrey Abrams & Chris Stavropolis
Feast your eyes with inspriational artists, Jeffrey Abrams & Chris Stavropolis.
Visit Borghese Gallery and experience Jeffrey & Chris' worlds and delight your visual dreams.
Music through the eyes of Photographer Stephen Lang
Stephen Lang is a freelance photographer who is also on staff with the Smithsonian's National Museum of the American Indian. Mr. Lang has traveled a great deal in the Southwest and have been photographing its landscape’s, ruins and Native Americans past and present for well over 15 years.
Mr. Lang is fascinated by what makes up a total image. The parts of something that can by themselves be a complete image. The abstractness of a section of flower or instrument or whatever else he sees and shoots. To either fill a frame with it or allow it to wander and surround itself with negative space. Each being unique unto itself. Both allowing the viewer to wander with what he has created.
Come and visit Stephen Lang's beautiful display of music and connect with what he sees through his lens. As Mr. Lang has stated:
"My photography to me isn’t simply a face value representation of what is in front of me. It incorporates my vision, beliefs, respect, humor and spiritual guidelines. A way to connect with what I see, and to help others connect as well. There are no coincidences in life. Only connections."
Borghese Gallery is open during normal business hours. You can also visit Stephen Lang's website for all of his photographs.
The Fine Art of Wine
There is true marriage between fine art and fine wine. Long Island's own Richard Ritter, professional photographer from East Northport, has taken the Castello di Borghese wines and created exquisite painterly still life photographs with them. Rich, deep colors are complemented by dramatic lighting. Each photograph has a handpainted brushstroke finish. Come and enjoy the wines that are featured in these true fine art photographs.
Check out Rich Ritter's website at www.richardritterphotography.com for more of the Borghese art collection.
Rich's work was accepted by the The Hampton Bays Chamber of Commerce which hosted its 21st Hampton Bays Art Festival, an outdoor art show on the front lawn of JP Morgan Chase bank. The relatively small event featured both local artists and some from as far away as Sicily and is incredibly popular with collectors, as many of the artists participating have been bringing their work here for several years. The exhibition featured a great cross section of many different mediums including oils, acrylics, watercolors, prints, sculptures, photographs, and mixed media and the pieces include both large and small works in every price range.