Set in the backdrop of our world-renowned Vermont fall foliage,
attendees of the 13th Annual Vermont Wine & Harvest Festival
will discover, savor and enjoy Vermont vintners, small specialty food producers, chefs, painters, publishers, cheese makers, potters, jewelers, photographers, and farmers.
We are pleased to share that the Vermont Wine & Harvest Festival
has been designated as one of North America’s Top 100 events by the
American Bus Association, the only Vermont event to have made the list!
The 2022 Festival takes place September 23 - September 25
and with its signature events:
Wine Stroll and Soup Contest
Friday, September 23, 5pm-7pm - Historic Downtown Wilmington
With over 20 soups to sample and judge and 12 different wines to taste!
Enjoy the historic village of Wilmington, VT, and the fantastic soups crafted by our valley chefs.
After party at The Wilmington Inn to announce soup contest winner and draw raffle prizes.
Stroll passport REQUIRED to taste soups during the stroll.
13th Annual Vermont Wine & Harvest Festival Grand Tasting
Saturday, September 24, 10am - 5pm - Mount Snow Resort, West Dover
There will be over 60 vendors, including Vermont wineries, distilleries, cideries, and breweries to enjoy. Festival-goers may shop, taste, and savor a truly unique Vermont experience in the tented festival area at Mount Snow Resort. Take a break from the tents and ride the Bluebird lift for a summit view of Southern Vermont’s glorious fall foliage. *Please note lift tickets require separate purchase through Mount Snow.
Vermont Wildlife Festival
Sunday, September 25, 10am - 3pm - Mount Snow Resort, West Dover
Sponsored by the Southern Vermont Natural History Museum. A fun day for the whole family to celebrate Vermont's wildlife, wild places and outdoor heritage. Enjoy live animal exhibits including reptiles & amphibians, live birds of prey. Plus presentations from organizations from across the state representing every outdoor pursuit from hunting and fishing, to turtle rescue and bird watching, hand's on kid’s activities, informative presentations, live animals, live music and guided hikes.