7th Annual Hudson Berkshire Wine & Food Festival is This Weekend, May 25 & 26

https___cdn.evbuc.com_images_59286802_8179418927_1_originalThe Annual Hudson-Berkshire Wine and Food Festival will feature beverage trail members plus other regional wineries, distilleries and cideries.

The Memorial Day Weekend festival will also feature farm producers sampling and selling their delicious gourmet cheeses, baked goods, jams, jellies and much more. Throughout the weekend there will be special seminars by some of the region’s foremost experts in the craft beverage industry.

The Hudson-Berkshire Beverage Trail is the premiere beverage trail in New York State’s Hudson Valley and the Berkshires of Massachusetts. The trail extends from south of Albany, through the Berkshires, and down through Columbia County, NY.

Saturday, May 25, 2019 / 11am – 6pm
Sunday, May 26 / 11am – 5pm


Tasting Ticket  – Includes admission, tasting glass and all the wine you care to taste for one price.
One Day Tasting – $25.00 day of event

Regular Admission– Includes admission and souvenir tasting glass on exiting the Festival.
​One Day Regular Admission – $10.00
Under age 12 is free, and yes, there are “Kid Friendly” fun activities.

Purchase Tickets in advance (at www.eventbrite.com) & SAVE $5. Tickets will also be available for sale on day of the event at the entrance on Rt. 66.​

(Food concessions are not included in the ticket price)

FREE parking on premises

Columbia County Fairgrounds
Route 66 and Route 203
Chatham, New York 12037

Entrance / admission is on Rt. 66 – tickets for sale at gate


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