PS – More Valentine’s weekend happenings on historic Race Street

In celebration of Valentine s Day, Big Creek Vineyard and Winery is releasing a very limited bottling of its 2011 Muscat.  Sweet as Aphrodite but as serious as Bacchus: When sipped, curiously and almost without exception, lips curl into a mischievous smile and the eyes twinkle  An Old World style dessert wine that all wine lovers will enjoy.  This wine deserves a special glass so we will also have our Schott Zwiesel Crystal on sale at half price

Muscat Tasting Notes and Availability
The color is a crystal clear straw blonde with aromas of honey, melon, ripe peach, orange and pears dancing above the glass.  Compared to the previous vintage, it is a little higher in alcohol, lower in residual sugar and fuller bodied.   The 2010 vintage was extremely well received and sold out quickly (2010 tasting notes and award)

Wines will be available beginning Friday February 10th at $12 per bottle until supplies are gone.  We will have it at both the winery in Kresgeville and the Shoppe in Jim Thorpe (27 Race Street) Big Creek Vineyard and Winery

Venus & The Moon for a little Magick
Learn all things Aphrodisiac at Venus & the Moon, 31 Race Street, and leave with love inspired luxuries some made just for you, by you like *Massage Oil *Bath Salts *Love/Lust Karma Bags. Snag St. Valentine’s Tea, Valentine’s Soap, and Love/Lust Incense too!

Receive over a handful of aphrodisiac recipes & more.  Classes Saturday, Feb. 11 and Sunday, Feb. 12 at Noon, 2 p.m., 4 p.m. and 6 p.m. $50 per couple. Register at

Natural bath & body products, incredible hand dipped incense, organic botanicals, essential oils, stones, wedding & shower favors, Zen Creations Jewelry. Featuring local artists every month. Spiritual consultation & Tarot reading with Michelle Gallagher by appointment.—the-Moon.html/

Moya Restaurant for a Romantic Dinner
Join Heri, Stephanie and Maxine for innovative, elegant, straightforward cuisine in a beautiful setting that’s easy for everybody to enjoy.

Heri s primary goal in opening Moya is to offer gourmet, eclectic cuisine. His food has few rules and is executed in a relaxed, healthy style with an emphasis on flavor and freshness. His menu is constantly changing to accommodate local product and palate. Moya is also home to the paintings of noted local artist Stephanie Verme, wife of Chef Heri Yunda and the co-owner and manager of Moya,  24 Race Street, Jim Thorpe, PA 18229-2004 (570) 325-8530

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