Vermont Wine & Harvest Festival - SVDV Chamber of Commerce

Vermont Wine & Harvest Festival

Set in the backdrop of our world-renowned Vermont fall foliage, attendees of the 15th Annual Vermont Wine & Harvest Festival will discover, savor and enjoy Vermont vintners, small specialty food producers, chefs, painters, publishers, cheese makers, potters, jewelers, photographers, and farmers. 

FESTIVAL INFORMATION

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The 2024 Festival takes place September 20 – September 21 with its signature events:

Wine Stroll & Soup Contest

Friday, September 20, 4:00 pm-7pm – Historic Downtown Wilmington 

With over 15 soups to sample and judge and 20 different wines to taste!
Enjoy strolling through Historic Downtown Wilmington, Vermont while listening to live music, sampling fantastic soups crafted by our valley chefs, sipping delicious wines and shopping in local boutiques.

Registration opens at 3:00 pm at the Chamber Visitor Center on Friday afternoon. Please have your ticket and ID with you. Once registered attendees will receive event guides and tasting glasses.  

Chamber Visitor Center (21 West Main Street, Wilmington, VT)

Grand Tasting & Artisan Expo


Saturday, September 21, 11am – 5pm – Mount Snow Resort, West Dover
Held under tents provided by Green Mountain Tents
There will be over 75 vendors, including Vermont wineries, distilleries, cider-makers, and breweries to enjoy. Festival-goers may shop, taste, and savor a truly unique Vermont experience in the tented festival area at Mount Snow Resort. Take a break from the tents and ride the Bluebird lift for a summit view of Southern Vermont’s glorious fall foliage.  *Please note lift tickets require separate purchase through Mount Snow. 

Admission to the  Vermont Wine & Harvest Festival Grand Tasting & Artisan Expo includes a shopping tote, wine glass and festival guide. Registration opens at 10:45 a.m.

**Please note dogs are not allowed at any events held at Mount Snow.  
***Events are held rain or shine.  Tickets are non-refundable.  

Live Music

Live music featured throughout all Festival events. More info coming soon!

Vendor Line- Up

Coming Soon!

Accommodations

The Wilmington Inn | 802-464-3768 | thewilmingtoninn.com

Mountaineer Inn | 802-464-5404 | mountaineerinn.com

Gray Ghost Inn | 802-464-2474 | grayghostinn.com

Snow Goose Inn | 802-464-8860 | snowgooseinn.com

Brook Bound Inn | 802-430-2001 | broodbookinnvt.com

The White House Inn | whitehosueinnvt.com

Inn at Quail Run | 802-464-0942 | theinnatquailrun.com

The Viking Motel | 802-464-5608 | vikingmotel.net

Grand Summit Hotel | mountsnow.com

Directions

While staying in the Deerfield Valley please feel free to take advantage of the “MOOver”  the best resort community transit system in Vermont. Their trademark buses sport a Holstein motif, making the MOOver easy to “spot” and fun to ride! Visit the MOOver’s website for more information.

Directions to Southern Vermont Deerfield  Valley

GPS Users: Vermont is well-known for its scenic highways and main roads as well as its hiking and biking paths, and snowmobile trails. Please use caution, particularly in the winter, when relying on GPS locally.

Click here for traffic, weather, and construction information

By Bus:
Adventure Northeast NYC Vermont Bus Service provides scheduled service between NYC and the Mount Snow area. Call for more info: (718) 601-4707 or go to the website for current scheduling information.

Vermont Transit (802) 254-6066 and Greyhound offer bus service to Brattleboro, Vermont.

Current schedules and ticketing info can be found on their website. Taxi service is available from Brattleboro. 

By Train:
Amtrak offers daily train service from Washington, DC and New York City from the south and Montreal from the north to Brattleboro, Vermont aboard The Vermonter. Call 1-800-USA-RAIL for times and fares or go to the Amtrak Vermonter website for available station and fare info. 

By Air:
The most convenient commercial airports are:
Bradley International in Hartford, CT (1.5 hour drive time)
Logan International in Boston, MA (2.5 hour drive time)
Albany Airport in Albany, NY (1.5 hour drive time)

​International travelers may need to use Kennedy or LaGuardia in New York City or Newark, NJ.

(Drive times from these airports are 4 – 5 hours.)

Driving Times:

  • Keene, NH and Albany, NY = 1 hour
  • Springfield, MA = 1.5 hours
  • Hartford, CT = 1.75 hours
  • Boston, MA = 2.5 hours
  • New Haven, CT = 2.75 hours
  • Providence, RI = 3 hours
  • New York City (Westside) = 3.5 hours
  • Syracuse, NY = 4 hours
  • New York City (Eastside) = 4 hours
  • Rochester, NY = 5.5 hours
  • Montreal & Quebec City = 5.5 hours
  • Philadelphia, PA = 6 hours
  • Baltimore, MD = 7 hours
  • Washington, DC = 8 hours
  • Toronto, ONT = 8.5 hours
Event Sponsors

Thank you to our generous sponsors.

Platinum Sponsors

TICKET INFORMATION

Tickets

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Wine Stroll & Soup Contest
Friday September 20, 4:00 pm-7pm | Includes tasting all soups and wines, commemorative wine glass for tasting and event guide. Soups and wines available while supplies last!
$ 35.00
650 available
Soup Contest ONLY/Designated Driver
Friday, September 20th from 4:00 – 7 pm Enjoy the historic village of Wilmington, Vermont and the fantastic soups crafted by our valley chefs plus live music at select locations! Includes tasting all soups. Soup ballot and Stroll bracelet required to taste soups. Winner announced on the Southern Vermont Deerfield Valley Chamber social channels. **Children 12 and under are welcome at no cost.
$ 15.00
Unlimited
Vermont Wine & Harvest Festival Grand Tasting & Artisan Expo– Early Bird Pricing (Ends 9/1)
Saturday, September 21st, 11am-5pm Internationally award-winning Vermont wineries, distilleries, breweries, creameries, chocolatiers, artisans, crafters, and more at the base of Mount Snow Resort in West Dover, Vermont. Includes entry to festival, commemorative wine glass for tasting, a tote bag and festival guide. Early bird pricing ends 9/1. Prices will increase to $38 on 9/2. Limited day of sales available at $43
$ 32.00
Unlimited
2 Day Festival Pass
Vermont Wine & Harvest Festival 2 Day Pass NEW TICKET OPTION Purchase a Vermont Wine & Harvest Festival 2 Day Pass and enjoy admission to the Wine & Soup Stroll and Grand Tasting & Artisan Expo, plus an exclusive Festival stemless wine glass, exclusive Festival canvas tote and Festival poster (2’x3′). Limited supplies available.
$ 99.00
100 available

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