Crush Wine Festival brings the tasting rooms of 20 wineries together for a day, as the 4th annual wine tasting experience kicks off at Lombardo’s in Randolph, MA on Sunday, July 14. Meet the winemakers and sample their delicious local Massachusetts wines including red, white, rosé, sparkling and fruit wines, plus honey meads and everything in between.
Presented by the Massachusetts Farm Wineries and Growers Association, Crush Wine Festival showcases award-winning wineries including Aaronap Cellars, Artis Winery, Balderdash Cellars, Cape Cod Winery, City Winery Boston, Coastal Vineyards, First Crush Winery, Hardwick Vineyards & Winery, La Cantina Winery, Mill River Winery, Mineral Hills Winery, Plymouth Bay Winery, Still River Winery, Travessia Winery, Truro Vineyards of Cape Cod, Turtle Creek Winery, Willow Spring Vineyards, Westport Rivers Vineyard & Winery, 1620 Winery, and 1634 Meadery. Along with the featured wineries, attendees can sample and purchase local artisanal cheeses, handcrafted chocolates, honey, jams, small-batch vegan soaps and cork accessories, small bites, and more. All wines will be available for purchase by the bottle.
“Our attendees love meeting the winemakers, and sampling from a variety of over 75 unique wines is a really fun way to spend a summer afternoon”, says event manager Ann Marie Popko. “The ‘Drink Local’ movement is here to stay, and our mission is to share the creativity and spirit of Massachusetts winemaking and agriculture with the community.” Ticket price of $40 includes admission and wine tastings (choose from Session One 12:00-2:30PM or Session Two 3:00-5:30PM) and attendees will receive a complimentary wine tote and a souvenir wine glass. Located just 30 minutes south of Boston, Lombardo’s provides an upscale and comfortable new indoor venue for Crush Wine Festival. Advance tickets are available online: www.masswinery.com/crush-wine-festival-2019
CRUSH WINE FESTIVAL is produced by the Massachusetts Farm Wineries and Growers Association, a group of growers and winemakers from across the state of Massachusetts, whose goal is to encourage consumer awareness of the handcrafted wines of Massachusetts and promote a positive business environment for continued growth and production of world-class Massachusetts wines.
MUST BE 21+