CRUSH WINE FESTIVAL

Sample over 75 award-winning Massachusetts wines and meads from 18 wineries across the state, along with local handcrafted cheeses, chocolates, and delicious small bites. Meet the winemakers, enjoy The Gardens at Elm Bank, and take home bottles of your new favorite wines!

FEATURING: Aaronap Cellars, Balderdash Cellars, Cape Cod Winery, Coastal Vineyards, First Crush Winery, Hardwick Winery, La Cantina Winery, Les Trois Emme Winery, Mill River Winery, Mineral Hills Winery, Plymouth Bay Winery, Travessia Winery, Truro Vineyards, Turtle Creek Winery, Westport Rivers Winery, Willow Spring Vineyards, 1620 Winery, 1634 Meadery

TICKETS: $35

Located just 30 minutes outside of Boston, The Gardens at Elm Bank feature over 30 acres of fields, forests, and formal gardens. When you're done sipping and shopping, you are welcome to wander the unique gardens on the property. This is a rain or shine event, our wine tasting festival is indoors! 🍷  CHOOSE YOUR SESSION:  🍷 Session One: 12:00PM-2:00PM (Last Call at 2:00pm; Shop & Mingle until 2:30pm) Session Two: 3:00PM-5:00PM (Last Call at 5:00pm; Shop & Mingle until 5:30pm)

INCLUDED WITH ADMISSION: Souvenir Wine Glass, Wine Tastings, Wine Tote, On site Parking, Access to the Gardens at Elm Bank

PLEASE PLAN AHEAD: Must be 21+ with valid ID for admittance No pets allowed on the property


WHAT A BLAST! CRUSH WINE FESTIVAL 2017 Thank you to all who came out to celebrate and enjoy local Massachusetts wines, hard ciders, and meads!! CHECK OUT THE ENTIRE PHOTO ALBUM HERE!


CRUSH WINE FESTIVAL is produced by the Massachusetts Farm Wineries and Growers Association, a group of growers, winemakers and hard cider producers from across the state 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 grown wines.

 

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