Wednesday, July 8, 2015

The Putnam County Wine & Food Fest

Posted By on Wed, Jul 8, 2015 at 4:00 AM

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The Putnam County Wine & Food Fest is returning to Beaver Creek Farm to stain red the teeth of locals and tourists for its fifth year. Under white tents on a green stretch of acreage some of the world’s most renowned wine and spirit producers will be pouring their concoctions for all to taste. In a separate tent, food demonstrations from celebrity chefs Johnny Ciao and Vincent Tropepe will be held.

Live music will also be performed by the Jim Marrone Trio, Mike Hollis Band, Sam Haimann Band, and The Lone Wolf Trio.

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Tickets are $25 in advance, $30 at the door. A ticket gets you a wine glass, event program, and access to all the wine tastings.

A VIP ticket is also available at $100, which grants you access to a private tent, buffet lunch, premium alcohol, and VIP parking.

For more information contact, (800) 557-4185, ext 9.

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