September 7th & 8th - Dutchess Co. Fairgrounds - Rhinebeck, NY
Wine Tasting at the Hudson Valley Balloon FestJoin us Friday July 5th at the Greig Farm in Red Hook, for wine tasting and a farm market before the balloons launch
Gourmet Specialty FoodsOur event is a NY Registered Farm Market and so you can shop from some of the best gourmet specialty foods and farm produce available in the Hudson Valley and New York.
Cooking Demonstrations & Restaurant ShowcaseLearn the secrets of regional celebrity chefs during our Cooking Demonstrations and sample the specialty dishes of some of the region's best restaurants.
Relax and Have Fun!Enjoy live music and other performances. Relax and have lunch and enjoy the beauty of the Dutchess County Fairgrounds
New for 2013! Hudson Valley Craft Beer FestSample some of New York's finest craft brews. Take home a growler or 2!
Wine, Beer, Food & Fun!
Taste hundreds of wines from all over NY & the World. Purchase wines directly from the many participating NY Wineries
Enjoy cooking demonstrations, sample restaurant special dishes, shop hundreds of gourmet specialty foods.
Listen to live music and other entertainment, shop the many wine accessory and home goods vendors
But Tickets online before Sept. 1 and save $5 off the full price. Group Rates available for groups of 10 or more.
Celebrating our 12th year in 2013, the Hudson Valley Wine & Food Fest is a celebration of the gourmet lifestyle in the Hudson Valley. The Fest features hundreds of wines from all over New York and the world, more than 100 gourmet specialty food, fine art, & lifestyle vendors, food sampling from some of the region’s best restaurants and live entertainment. Visitors can learn about wine and food from our many Cooking demonstrations and Food & Wine seminars throughout the weekend and enjoy the rare opportunity to meet and speak to the wine makers from some of New York’s best wineries.
Always the weekend following Labor Day, the Hudson Valley Wine & Food Fest takes place at the beautiful Dutchess County Fairgrounds in historic Rhinebeck, New York. Parking is free and we’re a short trip from the Rhinecliff train station.