It’s the 9th annual Hudson Valley Wine & Food Fest, scheduled for the weekend of September 11-12. In addition to wines from every appellation in the state, the event will feature food from several local restaurants, food products from artisanal producers throughout the Hudson Valley, craft booths, demonstrations and tastings of all sorts.
Tickets are on sale at $25 for a one-day tasting pass or $10 for non-tasting. Weekend passes are $45 for tasting or $20 for non-tasting. Prices will increase when purchased at the gate.
Among the New York wineries lined up for the event:
Americana Vineyards , Ashley Lynne Winery, Atwater Estate Vineyards , Brimstone Hill Vineyard, Brookview Station Winery, Brotherhood Winery, Buttonwood Grove Winery, Cascade Mountain Winery, Catharine Valley Winery, Cereghino Smith Winery, Crooked Lake Winery, Eagle Crest Vineyards, El Paso Winery, Freedom Run Winery , Fulkerson Winery, Glenora Winery, Glorie Farm Winery, Goosewatch Winery, Hazlitt 1852 Vineyards , Heron Hill Winery, Hunt Country Vineyards , Imagine Moore Winery.
Also, Johnson Estate Winery, Keuka Overlook Wine Cellars, Keuka Springs Winery, Knapp Winery, Leidenfrost Vineyards, Leonard Oakes Estate Winery, Long Island Meadery, McGregor Winery, Montezuma Winery, Palaia Vineyards, Pazdar Winery , Rasta Ranch Vineyards, Seneca Shore Wine Cellars, Swedish Hill Winery, Thousand Islands Winery, Wagner Vineyards, Warwick Valley Winery, White Springs Winery and Whitecliff Winery.
The food will be provided by Savona’s Trattoria of Kingston, Soul Dog & Food for All of Poughkeepsie, Catskill Animal Sanctuary (yes, that’s right), Tavern at Beekman Arms of Rhinebeck, Red Devon Restaurant of Bangall, and Number 9 of Millerton. You can get a peek at their menus online.
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