Schedule

Grand Tasting on The Green - $75 for Designated Driver
$90 for All-Inclusive

October 21, 2017  (1 - 4:30 pm)  | The Green at Southern Village

TerraVita’s eighth year will wrap up with the signature Grand Tasting on the Green. The Grand Tasting offers edibles from exceptional chefs & food artisans from across the state of NC and features more than 80 sustainably-produced beverages around the globe, including microbrews and spirits, craft sodas, organic coffees, and biodynamic, organically-grown and natural wines.

Tickets prices for this event will increase by $5 on the day of the event.

Featured participants for 2017 include:

Acme Food & Beverage in Carrboro  •  Alley Twenty Six  •  Ashten’s in Southern Pines  •  Authentique Vin  •  Bacco Selections  •  Barrington's Restaurant, Good Food on Montford, and Stagioni's in Charlotte  •  Bistro at Topsail in Surf City  •  Black Twig Cider House  •  Botanist & Barrel  •  Carrboro Coffee Roasters  •  Chocolatay Confections in Chapel Hill  •  Crawford and Son in Raleigh  •  Crossroads at The Carolina Inn in Chapel Hill  •  Crude Bitters & Sodas  •  De Maison Selections  •  Durham Distillery  •  Fair Game Beverage Company  •  Fearrington House Restaurant in Pittsboro  •  Fullsteam Brewery in Durham  •  Gocciolina in Durham  •  Harvest 18 in Durham  •  Il Palio in Chapel Hill  •  Joe Van Gogh  •  La Farm Bakery in Cary  •  LaRue Elm in Greensboro  •  Mother Earth Brewing  •  Mothers & Sons Trattoria in Durham  •  Mystery Brewing  •  Never Blue in Hendersonville  •  On The Square in Tarboro  •  Picnic in Durham  •  PinPoint Restaurant in Wilmington  •  Postal Fish Company in Pittsboro  •  Queen of Wines  •  Royale in Raleigh  •  Saint Jacques in Raleigh  •  Saltbox Seafood Joint in Durham  •  Sour Grapes  •  Tandem in Carrboro  •  Tarboro Brewing Company  •  The Asbury at the Dunhill in Charlotte  •  The Eddy Pub in Saxapahaw  •  The Root Cellar in Chapel Hill  •  Tin Roof Teas  •  TOPO Distillery  •  Wine Authorities

East Meets West Dinner - $95  *Sold Out*

October 18, 2017  (6 - 8:30 pm)  | The Great Room at Top of the Hill

The Carolina Table: East Meets West brings chefs together from the coast to the mountains of our great state. This dinner has always had a wonderful community spirit and is usually the first event to sell out.

Shining a light on producers throughout the state, the meal is served family style and always engages some of the most exciting talent in the region today. Our chef line up includes:

In addition to cocktails made with TOPO Distillery spirits and craft beer by Top of the Hill Brewery, wines will be provided by Sour Grapes.

Feeding Your Soul: A Wellness Workshop - $115  *Sold Out*

October 19, 2017  (8:30 am - 3:30 pm)  | The Parlour at Manns Chapel

For our first Wellness Workshop, we will embark on a day of refreshing our spirit through activities in a day-long retreat at The Parlour at Manns Chapel. This intimate experience will offer a fun creative kick-off with some yoga, meditation, added inspirational insight from a couple of special guests, and guidance on connecting with your inner voice. We'll have good nutritional guidance from the experts with healthy delicious snacks and lunch.

Laura McKowen will guide the group on connecting with their truest inner voice and bringing it to life. Chef Scott Crawford will share his story of redemption and his journey to finding life balance through life-changing choices and perseverance. And Breana Lai from EatingWell will offer healthy guidelines when developing delicious recipes. Most materials will be provided, but you will need to bring your own yoga mat (you can also purchase one at checkout, if you don't have one of your own).

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Into The Wild: Feasting on the Foraged - $65

October 19, 2017  (10 am - 2 pm)  | The Barn of Chapel Hill

Foraging has become one of the hottest food trends – it’s hip, yet historic. The “forest to table” movement combines the childlike thrill of a scavenger hunt with the satisfaction of a good deal, since preparing a meal with flowers, foliage, fungi, and fruit procured from the land (as local as “eating local” can get) costs little to nothing. There are some rules of the game, however – and our experts will map it out for you!

At the Barn of Chapel Hill, a charming educational farm on the edge of Orange County, a small group (no more than two dozen) will head into the woods in search of wild edibles, led by experts from the Piedmont Picnic Project. Once you return, you will reap the benefits of your bounty with a wild cocktail class, led by our friends from Fair Game Beverage. Using previously foraged ingredients, chef Clark Barlowe of Heirloom in Charlotte will prepare a delicious lunch and give us a little post-polish on his foraging techniques before we head home. Get ready - it’s bound to be a wild time!

 

Hill Fire: Coastal Roast - $85  *Sold Out*

October 19, 2017  (6 - 8:30 pm)  | The Carrboro Town Commons

For the third year, TerraVita celebrates the men and women who love to play with fire, but with a twist. Hill Fire: Coastal Roast takes this once meat-centric dinner in a totally different direction (so read closely)... Instead of barbecue and meats over spits and grills, we'll celebrate the bounty of our shores and farms with a seafood and veg-forward inspired menu. We still have some of the best (from across the Southeast) bringing their best! Chefs, brewers, distillers, farmers and bakers coming together to prepare a fantastic dinner under the evening moonlight.

In addition to cider by James Creek Ciderhouse and craft beer by Fullsteam Brewery, here is our confirmed line up:

  • Scott Crawford of Crawford & Son in Raleigh, NC
  • Annie Pettry of Decca in Louisville, KY
  • Ian Boden of The Shack in Staunton, VA
  • Kevin Johnson of The Grocery in Charleston, SC
  • Dean Neff of PinPoint in Wilmington, NC
  • Cheetie Kumar of Garland in Raleigh, NC
  • Gabe Barker of Pizzeria Mercato in Carrboro, NC
  • Teddy Diggs of Il Palio in Chapel Hill, NC
  • Lionel Vatinet of La Farm Bakery in Cary, NC
  • Bruce Moffett of the Moffett Restaurant Group (ncluding Barrington's, Stagioni, and Good Food on Montford) in Charlotte, NC
  • Chelsea Raby in Stuart, VA
  • Joe Parker from JP's Pastry (certified gluten free) in Benson, NC
  • Jim Noble from Noble Food & Pursuits (including Rooster's, the King's Kitchen, and the King's Bakery)  in Charlotte, NC

The Sustainable Classroom - $80 Day Pass

October 20, 2017  (9 am - 3:30 pm)  |  Multiple Locations in Chapel Hill

A hallmark of TerraVita, the Sustainable Classroom is the perfect fit for any food and drink lover. Think culinary workshops, food and beverage tastings and demonstrations, discussions, and educational sessions all wrapped into one! Classroom sessions range in topic, but share a focus on sustainability and feature visionary producers, chefs, journalists, cookbook authors, food artisans, brewers, bakers, distillers, authors, sommeliers, and industry phenoms offering insights and delicious tastes that will stimulate all the senses. Participants may choose to attend up to 4 classes for this Friday class pass, each of which is 1 hour and 15 minutes long.

After purchasing your ticket, you will receive a ballot selection, beginning June 1 (first purchased, first served – so if you purchase May 7, you will be guaranteed your choice of classes) to choose one class per time slot at 9 am, 10:45 am, 12:30 pm, and 2:15 pm. You will receive an email immediately after you submit your choices and then a confirmation email the week before the event with your class choices, times, and locations.

Click here to see all class descriptions, participants, locations and times.

Seasoned in The South: A Tribute to Bill - $120  *Sold Out*

October 20, 2017  (6 - 9:30 pm)  |  The Barn of Chapel Hill

Bill Smith has cemented and expanded the Crook’s Corner legacy since 1993, preserving its classic dishes such as shrimp and grits, Mount Airy chocolate souffle cake and Hoppin’ John, while adding his own trademarks like house-cured eastern North Carolina corned ham, soft shell crabs, artichoke relish, honeysuckle sorbet and green peach salad.

Like Chapel Hill itself, Bill (a 50-year-resident) embodies both the traditions of the South – speaking often about the influence of his grandmothers’ and aunts’ cooking growing up in New Bern – and the open-mindedness of the area’s educated population, as he works outside of the kitchen to promote music, dance, literature and social justice.

While the late Bill Neal has been credited with giving Southern cuisine a strong national platform, Bill Smith has advanced it. At this familial dinner featuring surprise cameos, chefs who consider Bill Smith a mentor and a hero will honor him with courses served in a beautiful barn on the edge of Orange County. Dinners and evenings like this – and chefs like Bill Smith – don’t come around often. Confirmed talent for this dinner includes:


All sales are final and all events take place rain or shine.

Please remember to bring a photo ID If You Intend to consume Alcohol.