Unionville Vineyards’ Annual Fall Wine & Food Festival will be held on Saturday, September 30, 2017 from 12:00-6:00 pm. The event will feature wine tastings, live music, food trucks, wine talks and demonstrations, winery tours, vineyard walks, hayrides, pumpkin painting, cork crafts, and more! The festival takes place at Unionville’s sprawling 89 acre preserved farm winery estate in gorgeous Hunterdon County.

Food trucks include Off the Hook, Ms. Fu’s Yummy Truck, and Antimo’s Italian Kitchen. Other food vendors will sell produce, cheeses, coffee, tea, honey, desserts, and other specialties. Local legend jam rocker John Beacher will perform from 12:00-3:00 pm and Tacoma Narrows, a 6 piece folk rock band from New York City, performs from 3:00-6:00 pm.

Food and Wine Talks

Patrons will enjoy a full slate of food and wine talks from industry experts from across the state. Enjoy insights from cheese makers, bee keepers, sommeliers, winemakers, and the highlight of the afternoon- a special discussion on the NJ wine industry by Dan Ward, founding director of the New Jersey Center for Wine Research and Education, Rutgers University.

VIP Package

A VIP package is available and includes special wine tastings with the winemakers in the 1858 Farmhouse throughout the afternoon, premium parking, reserved seating, additional live music in the Farmhouse, and a cheese and charcuterie spread, refreshed throughout the day. VIP tickets are $55.

Tickets

General Admission tickets purchased online in advance are $15, and $20 at the gate on the day of the event. Youth tickets, ages 13-21 and designated driver tickets are $10 per person. Children under 13 are free. Admission includes a wine tasting of eight 1oz pours of Unionville wines and a glass to keep. Seating for approximately 300 guests is provided, lawn chairs and blankets are welcome.

For more information about the Fall Food & Wine Festival or the New Jersey wine industry, visit www.new Jerseywines.com.

Unionville Vineyards is located at 9 Rocktown Road, Ringoes, New Jersey.