Top Ten Reasons the 9th Annual Vermont Wine & Harvest Festival is the one fall festival you shouldn't miss.
2016 Vermont Wine & Harvest Festival
Calendar of Events
Friday September 16th
Admission includes Soup & Wine Stroll ticket, a deluxe wine flight featuring wines from the Spire Collection, Vermont Artisanal cheese, complimentary Stolze Crystal Glass and more.
Tickets for sale at Ratu’s Liquor & Market & the Chamber of Commerce $40.00
Twenty one soups and twenty five wines will be available for tasting on West & North Main Street in Wilmington, Vermont.
Advance ticket check in and ticket booth will open at 4pm. Wines & Soups will be available for tasting beginning at 5pm and ending at 7pm.
Live music by Josh Casano, Aura Shards,The Wyld Nightz Duo, & Ned Wilson
Soup Stroll tickets $5.00 Wine Stroll only tickets $15.00
3.Dessert & Concert at Saint Mary’s in the Mountains 7pm East Main Street Wilmington, Vermont
Saturday September 17th
Wineries, distilleries, creameries, artists, crafters and more under four tents at Mount Snow Resort $20.00
Live Music by Janet Ryan & The Straight Up Band, The Legato Blues Band & Josh Casano
Sponsored by Harpoon Brewing and featuring live music by local band Eclectic Telescope
This annual pairing always sells out, reserve your seat early.
Reservations required to tasted Chef Chris Bonniver’s five-course menu paired with Shelburne Vineyards Wines
Sunday September 18th
Live animal exhibits including wolf, fox, coyote and birds of prey. Admission is free, donations requested at the gate.
Sunday September 18th through September 25th
Area restaurants have created specially priced three-course menus that will make you want to eat out every night in the Valley.
#10. Vermont in September
Free admission to amazing views, great weather , delicious dining, FESTIVALS, harvest and more