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The Hudson Valley Wine and Food Fest on September 12th and 13th, at the Dutchess County Fairgrounds in historic Rhinebeck, offers you the chance to tour hundreds of wineries, check out cool food trucks, groove to live entertainment, and learn at educational seminars with celebrity chefs and certified wine specialists. And now you can access two events for the price of 1! For 13 years, the Hudson Valley Wine & Food Fest has been one of New York’s premier showcases for New York Wineries and gourmet specialty foods. In 2015, both events are going to take place on the same weekend. This is the inaugural year for the Hudson Valley Craft Beer Fest with beer sampling from fantastic craft breweries from all over New York State. Guests have full access to both events!

The annual Hudson Valley Wine and Food Festival, sponsored by, features tastings of hundreds of wines from all over the world with vineyard owners, Certified Wine Specialists, and sommeliers. Taste while you sample food from regional restaurants and caterers. Browse home goods, arts, crafts, and gourmet specialty food vendors and even start your holiday shopping!


Wine Tasting Ticket includes tasting glass and full access to both events and all wine tasting; Beer & Restaurant Showcase samples are an additional charge. $40

Beer Tasting Ticket includes tasting glass, full access to both events, all wine tasting and your first 5 Beer samples. Additional Beer & Restaurant Showcase samples are an additional charge. $45

Regular Admission includes free water/soda, access to both events & souvenir tasting glass upon exit. One-Day tickets are good for any one day. The Festival is open from 11am to 6pm.

The Hudson Valley Wine and Food Fest is a celebration of the “foodie” lifestyle in New York. With hundreds of wines, craft beers, and dishes from the region’s best restaurants, along with opportunities to purchase specialty foods, fine arts, crafts, home goods, and enjoy demonstrations from celebrity chefs and wine specialists, thent has exploded in popularity over the years.

Follow the Hudson Valley Wine & Food Fest on Facebook! The Hudson Valley Wine & Food Fest takes place each September, the weekend after Labor Day. For information on the beautiful Dutchess County Fairgrounds, located off Route 9 at 2550 Springbrook Avenue in Rhinebeck, call them at 845-876-4000 or visit


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