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Wine not?

Posted by Courtney Hollands  September 27, 2007 01:27 PM

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[I love wine a bushel and a peck, a bushel and a peck...]

Apples + chardonnay + bus to drive you back and forth to the vineyard = best fall day ever! Boston's chapter of the On Your Feet Project is running a trip out to the Nashoba Valley Winery and Orchard in Bolton on Sunday. Register online, show up at the Boston Common for the 10 a.m. bus (or earlier if you want free food from Starbucks), and enjoy a drink a day in the country. The $30 ticket includes transportation, wine tasting and tour, and a glass, and benefits On Your Feet's programs. ("Dueling Banjos" and denim overalls not included.)

Get away from the city and gorge on apple-based foods -- caramel apples, apple crisp, apple cider, apple butter -- all for a good cause. A sweet fall day, indeed.

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