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Epicurean Kentuckian: Cheers to Boat House Winery



2017-07-30 - 808 Jamestown Street, Columbia, KY - Photo by Eli Jackson (c).
The 2013 graduate of Adair County High School, and 2013 graduate of Vanderbilt University, is back from travels to six countries and has discovered some more than subtle changes in Columbia, KY - a big one on the food and wine scene. She writes: "After spending a week in France, I have been calling myself a wine connoisseur. I sniff and swirl my wine, and I always comment on the tannins. If you don't know what tannins are, that's okay. I don't either. I just always comment on them. So when I noticed the large illuminated sign for "Boat House Winery" filling the void of where the old Prescription Shoppe used to be, I was more than ready to show off my wine knowledge and stop in. Oh, and my mom works there. That was my other reason for stopping in."

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