An unassuming unpolished entry with the Big Table logo of spoon and fork tickled my love of simple aesthetics.
( Or, I’m a sucker for new ideas on using the ubiquitous T-post.)
Big Table Farm.
But I am sure you would like to meet Clare.
But a really nice lady helping guests with their purchases. That is the Big Table though. The one in which you can reserve a spot for a beautiful meal showcasing Big Table’s fresh farm raised products and wine selection.
but tucked in here and there were simple farm decor mingled with Clare’s art. She designs all their wine labels and other select winery’s too.
These sweet pigs were sitting above our heads on a little ledge.
Sorry, no Clare
But the little wooden chair, cow bells, oh my.
The detail of the wood trim on this old farm house amazes me.
I peered into this little pantry window. And what you can’t see because of the dimness,
Is the vintage lanterns and other pantry staples that lined the shelves.
Oops. just an old Datsun pick up.
A Datsun? When was the last time you ever saw one of those?
But here’s her chickens. You like her chickens don’t you?
I’m a chicken. I mean when I wanted to take Clare’s picture for you I just couldn’t do it. See, she was busy pouring wine to an attentive crowd of oenophiles, expressing the delightful characteristics of Big Table Farm Wines. And well, I just couldn’t get up the gumption to disrupt their conversation to snap a shot.
So there. Sue me.
Or better yet visit Big Table Farm and get to know Clare. She really is a hoot.