8th Annual Putnam County Wine & Food Fest to Be Held August 25th and August 26th


The Putnam County Wine & Food Fest is proud to announce the lineup for its 8th annual event. This two-day festival will be held on Aug. 25 and 26, 2018, at the Patterson Fire Department, 13 Burdick Road (off Route 311), Patterson, NY. The Fest will highlight New York’s and beyond most renowned cider, spirits and wine producers, feature culinary professionals, food, arts and crafts, live music fest will also feature five music and some children’s activities. Manhattan Beer Distributors will be providing the beer for sale in the Beer tent.

The festival, which runs from 11 a.m.- 6 p.m. on Saturday and 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. on Sunday, will have a variety of musical performances as well. Guests will be able to enjoy performances from Whiskey Crossing, Kayla Barone, Arildo de Souza, Stompbox Trio, Riverrun Trio and others. The performances will feature musical genres ranging from pop to country to R&B to reggae. The festival will also feature cooking demonstrations from celebrity Chef Jonny Ciao and Chef Steff.

The wineries that will be showcasing their products at the festival are as follows: Brotherhood Winery Ferreira Carpenter Estates Winery, Freefall Sangria by Liquid Altitude, Lakeland Winery, One Hope Wine, Milea Estate Vineyard, LLC, Pazdar Winery, Sovereign Vines, Tug Hill Vineyards, Victorianbourg Wine Estate, Warwick Valley Winery & Distillery, and Wine Tasting by Dave. Additionally, the distillers that will be in attendance will be: 1857 Spirits Barber’s Farm Distillery, Hillrock Distillery, KAS Spirits, Kerrs Creek Distillery, Olde York Farm Distillery & Cooperage, Salt Point Meadery, Still the One Distillery, and Taconic Distillery. Throughout the weekend, these ciders, wineries and distillers will be showcasing their goods through tastings and will be selling either by the bottle or the case.

There will be many specialty food and arts and craft merchants as well. Some of the food vendors:

Paglia Hospitality LLC, Ms. Vee’s Sweet Treats, Peachwave Self Serve Frozen Yogurt, Stoshs’s Kettle Corn, Three Little Pigs BBQ, some of the craft vendors that will be attending the fest include, Arf Scarf, Athenas’ Designs, Bella Ella Bees, Biscuit & Bones, LLC, Dazzle Studios, House of Cork, Lakeslide Millhouse, LLC, LulaRoe Christine Skubon, MCM Tarot, Nea Naturals Inc, Orgami Owl Custom Jewelry, Personal Scents; Rocco Gaetano D’Angelo Fine Cigars Ltd, Ruby Ribbon, Soldier  Solutions LLC, Bath Fitter, Casanova Remodeling, Cutco, David Lerner Associates, Renewal by Anderson, Something Special Jewelry and Wine Me. These vendors will be selling their finest goods throughout the weekend as well.

Putnam County Wine & Food Fest’s current sponsors and partners include: Edible Hudson Valley, WAG, News 12 Hudson Valley, Hudson Valley Wine Magazine, Hudson Valley Magazine, Metro North Railroad, Party Time Tent Rentals, Manhattan Beer Distributors, Crystal Geyser Water, Boxed Water, North Salem Dental Care, Visiting Veterinary Practice and Paramount Theater.

An important part of the Putnam County Wine & Food Fest is giving back to the community and this year the recipient will be Green Chimneys.

Additional events and activities will be added in the weeks leading up to the festival. Sign up for email alerts to get all the details as they are announced at www.putnamcountywinefest.com. For additional information about the event, and sponsorships, please contact ponsor@putnamcountywinefest.comvendor@putnamcountywinefest.com. For information on becoming a volunteer, contact volunteer@putnamcountywinefest.com. Follow us on Twitter (@winefoodfest) or like us on Facebook (Facebook.com/PutnamCountyWineFest), to stay in the loop on prize giveaways, vendor information, and all things wine and food related in the Hudson Valley.

Tickets are on sale now and going fast! Buy your tickets here: https://www.eventbrite.com/o/putnam-county-wine-amp-food-fest-919343671.

About Putnam County Wine & Food Fest: The fest brings together a multicultural audience while highlighting regional vineyards, local craft brewery, farmers, and arts and crafts coupled with showcasing an international mix of music and food. The fest is accessible to all transportation modes.  Customers can take Metro-North’s Harlem Line to the Patterson Station and the venue is just steps away.

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