The Farmer's Market in Inwood, West Virginia, is our destination for our outing today. This is an indoor's market with some beautiful pieces of Blanko glass that I can't afford. It doesn't prevent me from drooling and yelling at my granddaughter not to touch anything: just look!
The Farmer's Market does sell seasonal fruit and vegetables, too. But the attraction is the wine room representing numerous vineyards in West Virginia. Some labels are artsy and sophisticated while others promote the colorful names of farms and hollows. My purchase consisted of a bottle of Fried Meat Ridge Rouge from Potomac Highland Winery, a semi-sweet table wine. It should compliment veggie sticks dipped in "Dark Sauce," a sweet cranberry colored sauce, extremely versatile, according to Kay Kingry.
In addition, there is an eclectic collection of apple butter and various relishes as well as jams and jellies made from locally grown fruit and berries.
What makes this Farmer's Market special is the friendly staff. It is a pleasure to visit.
Thank you for visiting my humble blog. I'm still spending time with granddaughter. I will get back to you.