Virginiaís Longest Running Wine Festival is Back at Bull Run Park!
TasteUSA and The Atlantic Seaboard Wine Association (ASWA) will present the 41st Annual Virginia Wine Festival® for two days, rain or shine, Saturday, September 17th and Sunday, September 18th at Bull Run Regional Park, Centreville, Virginia. The beautiful outdoor venue will be transformed into an entertaining array filled with more than 40 wineries from across Virginia with truly world-class Virginia wines, the best food trucks and food vendors, fine crafts, plus live music performances, and something completely new to the Festival this year – the Virginia Oyster Pavilion, an epic experience where Virginia’s succulent briny bi-valves can be sucked down with your choice of Virginia wines or Virginia craft beers!
Attracting more than 10,000 attendees over two days, the 2016 Virginia Wine Festival® is open from 12:00 p.m. until 6:00 p.m. both days with early access at 11 a.m. for VIP ticket purchasers, all at Bull Run Regional Park, 7700 Bull Run Drive, Centreville, Virginia 20121. Tickets start at $29 for General Admission which includes unlimited wine sampling from over 40 wineries. VIP tickets are $59 which includes early access, private tent, private bathrooms and the Reserve Wine Tasting each day from 1-4 pm, a chance to be seated and have an expert speaker cover the nuances of Virginia’s award-winning rare wine examples. Parking is free.
More information and tickets can be purchased at www.virginiawinefest.com, or find more information on facebook at www.facebook.com/VirginiaWineFest, on Twitter at twitter.com/VAWineFest.
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The Atlantic Seaboard Wine Association (ASWA) is one of the oldest wine organizations located on the East Coast. Established in 1973 as the Vinifera Wine Growers Association (VWGA), it was an early supporter of planting world-class Vinifera wine grapes, the production of quality commercial wines, and the building of a wine industry along the Eastern seaboard. Today, the ASWA is a national and international wine trade association that works with state and national legislatures to resolve issues that challenge the U.S. wine.