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Get Your Crush On

Sep 13, 2013
Get Your Crush On
Celebrate the wine harvest


crushAny card carrying wine drinker loves harvest time. So why not do it up this year? We’ve done the legwork for you. Here are some options:

Niagara Wine Festival, Niagara Region, ON, Canada, Sept 14-29
niagraIf you’re looking for a getaway on the east coast, take a one-hour flight from New York to Buffalo and zip across the border to the Niagara wine region for a harvest celebration. Parades, tastings, live entertainment, winery passes, seminars, lunches with winemakers, all-access lounge passes, and of course regional food. There is even an event for cyclists interested in seeing the vineyards on wheels. Click here for more information.

North Willamette Harvest Train and Grand Tasting, Willamette Valley, OR, Oct 5
willametteGet on board for this full day of tasting on the Oregon harvest trail. This tour includes vineyard walks, opportunities to work on the crush pad, and of course wine tastings and snacks along the way. It’s $95 for the Grand Tasting and Tour or just $45 for the Grand Tasting only. Click here for more information.

Harvest Wine Weekend, Paso Robles, CA, Oct 18-20
harvest-wine-weekendYou’ll have to do some serious charting for this adventure because more than 130 wineries in the region will hold harvest events this weekend. Dinners, seminars, music, art—it’s a jam-packed event. Click here for more information.

Where do you intend to celebrate the harvest this year? Tell us below!

Photo Credit: North Willamette Vinters.




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