The Lost Colony Wine & Culinary Festival
Benefits The Lost Colony, America’s Longest Running Outdoor Symphonic Drama,
produced by The Roanoke Island Historical Association, a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit.
The following is a list of our sponsors who generously support The Lost Colony production with funding to make The Lost Colony Wine & Culinary Festival possible. We are very grateful for their vision and generosity as “Keepers of the Dream.”
Geyserville, Calif.—When Francis Ford Coppola, who bought the former Geyser Peak Winery in Geyserville, disclosed the new name of the facility on Sept. 24, 2015, a venerable name returned to the business: Virginia Dare. Coppola has been teasing the market for a year as it introduced wines called The White Doe, Manteo, Two Arrowheads and The Lost Colony under the auspices of the American Pioneer Wine Growers. “The myth of Virginia Dare always intrigued me,” said the legendary screenwriter and director, who also owns the nearby Francis Ford Coppola Winery (formerly Chateau Souverain). Wines and Vines 10/9/2015