• 9th Annual Vermont Wine & Harvest Festival

    Friday-Sunday, September 16-26, 2016

    Set in the backdrop of our world renowned Vermont fall foliage, attendees of the Vermont Wine and Harvest Festival will discover, savor and enjoy Vermont vintners, small specialty food producers, chefs, painters, publishers, cheese makers, potters, jewelers, photographers and farmers.
    The 9th Annual Vermont Wine & Harvest festival is coming soon to Southern Vermont’s Deerfield Valley. Locals and visitors alike anticipate this fantastic annual fall event during Vermont’s awarding winning fall foliage September 16th – September 26th. This year’s Festival takes place September 17th and is bookended by week-long events: Friday the 16th – Wine Stroll-Soup Contest, Saturday the 17th – the Wine and Harvest Festival, Wine Pair Dinners and the Brews – Tunes & BBQ after party, and Sunday the 18th – the Vermont Wildlife Festival and the start of the week-long Restaurant Week in the Valley. Wine events will once again take place throughout the Deerfield Valley over the weekend.
    We are pleased to share that the Vermont Wine & Harvest Festival has been designated as one of North America’s Top 100 events by the American Bus Association, the only Vermont event to have made the list! The festival weekend starts off with a Wine Stroll-Soup Contest in historic Wilmington on September 16th from 5pm to 7:00pm. Shop owners, restaurants and churches open their doors and host soups donated by area restaurants. Ticket purchases include the opportunity to taste wines from around the world including Vermont and Vermont Distillers spirits  at select stores throughout town. Live music by the Wyld Nightz Duo,  Josh Casano, Aura Shards and Ned Wilson, as tasters and shoppers enjoy the delights of the village of Wilmington restaurants.

    September 17th brings the festival to Dover and the Mount Snow Resort. There will be over 70 vendors, including Vermont wineries & distilleries to enjoy. Festival goers may shop, taste and savor a truly unique Vermont experience in the tented festival area. Take a break from the tents and ride the Bluebird lift for a summit view of Southern Vermont’s glorious fall foliage or enjoy the tunes of the Straight-Up Band, Legato Blues Band and others.

  • Village Wine Tasting Stroll & Soup Contest

    Friday September 16, 2016

    5pm-7pm

     

  • Grand Tasting at Mount Snow Resort

    Saturday September 17, 2016 10am to 5pm

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

     

  • Wine Pairing Dinners

    Saturday, September 17

    The White House Inn & Shelburne Vineyards

    The Deerhill Inn & North Branch Vineyards

    Reservations are required for each dinner, and they will be limited in availability. Check out the menus and pairings on the Pairing Dinners page.

  • Annual Vermont Wildlife Festival

    Sunday September 18, 2016

    Produced by the Southern Vermont Natural History Museum.  Live animal exhibits, interactive displays, animal educators and over 20 additional booths.

     

     

    photo credit: Leslie Lello

  • Restaurant Week 2016

    Sunday September 18-Saturday September 24, 2016

    Restaurant Week FAQ & Application-1

    Foodies unite!  Restaurants in Dover & Wilmington will be featuring specials pricing & menus for the first annual Restaurant week.  More information to follow.

    Dot’s Restaurant September 2015

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The Wine & Harvest Festival is packed with great wine, food and of course the Fall Foliage! View the Event Schedule.
The Mount Snow Valley has accommodations for any size group. Make your trip special, book now!
The Vermont Wine & Harvest Festival could not happen without the generous help of our amazing sponsors.
One of the biggest draws of the Festival are the special pairing dinners put together by local restaurants and inns.