Adirondack Wine & Food Festival – ONE WEEK AWAY

One of my favorite events in the area is back and if you want a place to get a bunch of local wine and food, it’s only one week away so get your tickets!

The Adirondack Wine & Food Festival is one week away at the Charles R. Wood Festival Common in Lake George. This year, they will feature a record 120+ vendors for you to enjoy over the course of two days (Saturday, June 29th- Sunday, June 30th).

Every year, the number of people who come to the event breaks records. If you haven’t been, see what everyone is talking about and get your ticket today! With one week away, the Adirondack Wine & Food Festival is having a FLASH SALE on tickets! Check out their Facebook HERE for discount codes before they expire!

Planning on going on Sunday? They’ve added some extra events this year that deserve your attention. For example, they’ve added an “Iron Chef”-style culinary competition between Finger Lakes celebrity chef Chef William Cornelius and Chef Colin Miner, executive chef at Park 26 inside the Queensbury Hotel. You can also buy tickets to a painting session with Sip & Canvas of Glens Falls, tickets to a wine glass candle-making session with Wax ‘n’ Wix of Lake George, or tickets to a wine & chocolate pairing session “for dummies” or “for enthusiasts” with Barkeater Chocolates of North Creek and Adirondack Winery of Lake George/Bolton Landing.

This year’s festival will feature 33 wineries (9 new), 15 distilleries (5 new), 7 breweries (3 new), 7 cideries (1 new), a meadery, 12 food trucks (2 new), 28 artisan food vendors (4 new) and 19 craft and specialty vendors (8 new). 

It’s a fantastic way to enjoy some time outside, by the lake, and enjoyed some great local products that you may never have had the opportunity to try before. They also offer bottle pick-up so if you end up buying yourself some delicious beverages to take home, you don’t have to worry about carrying them around all day. Get your tickets now and SAVE!



Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.