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Wine Brawl 2019

Wine Brawl was a fun, exciting, and successful event!



WINE BRAWL- A Viking Luau

November 1 -3 , 2019
Booker T. Washington State Park
5801 Champion Rd
Chattanoga, TN 37416
  The Shires of Glynn Rhe amd Rising Stone  presents a combination of two old favorites – Glynn Rhe’s Wine List and Rising Stone’s Tavern Brawl! 


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Event Steward: Mistress Cecily du Chinon
                              (Laura Thomason)
Feast Steward:   Mistress Zayn al- Munajjima called                                             Mittens
                               (Mittie Lee)
Reservations:  Mistress Wuennemon die Naehrin
                           (Wendy Duffey)
                           2403 Burningtree Dr SE
​                           Decatur, AL 35601
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Oat Flour Pancakes with Syrup
Cherry Compote
Unsweetened Yogurt
Boiled Eggs

First Remove:
Mushroom, Leek, and Barley Soup (vegetarian)
Rustic White Bread (flour, water, salt, oil, yeast)
Pickled Vegetables

Second Remove:
Kalua Pig  (pork wrapped in banana leaves and smoked) 
Honey Mead Roasted Vegetables
Wortes (greens)
Herbed Rice (parsley, chives, tarragon)

Third Remove:
Pineapple Upside Down Cake


Wine Brawl Class Schedule

9AM – 10 AM   Primary, Secondary, Tertiary, Oh My!! – Lady Evangeline Bajolet

 A beginner’s look into documentation and research sources with explanations of the levels of sources. We will also cover when and why each level of source is acceptable in research. 

10AM -11AM  Viking Art Critic – THL Muirenn inghean Chiarain called Morna

Compare and contrast the stylistic features and subject matter that distinguish each of the Viking art styles.

2PM-3PM    Health Properties of Beer. Drink up! –  .  Lord Thorbeinn Thursasprenger

A look at why beer was a cornerstone of the daily diet in medieval society. There will be samples, you must be 21+ to partake in the sampling. Please have ID

3PM – 4PM Wine and Wine based Beverages in the Ancient and Medieval World – Countess Gwen Stewart

This class explores ancient and medieval wine preferences, evidence for survival to modern varietals, and a tasting opportunity to gain a sense of what used to be the fashion. Class is limited to 10. There is a $10 class fee. You must be 21+ to participate. Please have ID