Wineries are Magical
Taste of Flavor food truck coming tonight! (Friday Sept 23)
Taste of Flavor food truck offers you a whole different type of flavor.
Their 14 hour smoked pork is used to make our Peruvian Pork Sandwich with lettuce, tomato, special made mustard, a mild spicy cilantro sauce, topped with pickled red onion relish.
They slow roast a brisket with our chef's amazing Jack Daniels glaze, a dab of pepper jelly, fresh onion straws an a cup of delicious Au Jus for dipping for our Jack Daniels Brisket.
Save room for dessert!!!  Sweet Muddy Pig!!!  Zucchini Bread battered and deep fried, rolled churro style, topped with chocolate fudge sauce, vanilla ice cream, whip cream and Candied Bacon pieces. Check out their menu here.
Girls Night Out Is Moving Locations! 
Yes we are relocating this event to the Sand Hollow Winery Speakeasy at 57 S. 3rd St. starting at 5pm. You will be getting an early peak to the new speakeasy. Sorry guys this night out is meant only for the ladies. Ladies if you are interested in part-time work ask Jim about his new brothel next to the speakeasy.
Yoga and Wine this Saturday the 24th.
There is only one spot left so please contact Katie at the email address below to make sure that spot is not taken.
Don't delay reserve a spot for this yoga class Saturday September 24th at 12:30 p.m. Katie Gilbert, a RYT-200 certified yoga instructor, will take beginners and intermediates through 60 minutes of vinyasa flow. Focusing on breathing, staying present and stretching your body and mind. You will walk away with a sense of peace and relaxation and ready for a glass of wine! Bring your own mat, an open mind, and a thirst for wine.
$15 fee includes 60-minute yoga class and a glass of wine.
Limited space available. Email your reservation to
and put Yoga in the subject line. Please pay at the door.
Please Vote For Us -  "Best of Licking County - Winery"
We were nominated and have made it to the final rounds in the Newark Advocates "Best of Licking County - Winery". To vote go to this link on page 12 or last page of survey. Remember in the spirit of Chicago, vote early and often!
OSU Has Bye This Week
The Buckeyes might be taking the week off but we aren't. The winery will be open for your drinking pleasure. For those of you that missed last weeks game we will have reruns showing in the outhouse theater for your enjoyment.
Poppy's Roadside Diner Schedule: 
September 30 come out to the winery for the best comfort food this side of the Mississippi! The burgers, fresh cut fries, Reuben's, chicken club sandwiches to name a few are to die for. Check Poppy's full menu online.
Mr. Speaks is going to be available next week.
It has been confirmed Mr. Speaks is going to be available next week for a sneak peak. Time and day will be sent via email to those that have signed up You will be able to have a glass of Sand Hollow  Juice in downtown Newark. Look across the street from the historic jail at 57 S. 3rd St. If there is a yellow light on at the peak of the roof. Knock a  SOS on the solid black door with a peep hole. Try and look inconspicuous while waiting for someone to open that peak door. Please give these numbers  18 &  21  to Mr. Speaks to gain entry. If the yellow outside light is not on Mr. Speaks has received word from his informants that it is not safe to partake in any juice. If you are coming from out of town text this number 1910 to Mr. Speaks at 740 404 8971. Wait for his response before proceeding to the Sand Hollow Juice bar.

The Outhouse Closing Is Near!
It has been a great summer and I know many of you have been able to use the official Sand Hollow Winery outhouse. We apologize for the wasp stings and raccoon  droppings. The shower will stay active until air drying is no longer an option for those of you that prefer not to use a towel.  The supply of Sears catalogs has been exhausted.  Please use the available paper products in the trash cans or bring your own. We are no longer looking for volunteers for the water closet attendant. The peek holes have been covered up and we do apologies for that volunteers indiscretions.  A thorough background check will be implemented for next years volunteers.

Jim Young, Publisher