Putnam County Wine & Food Fest

Date/Time

Aug 2, 2014 to Aug 3, 2014
11:00 AM until 06:00 PM

Description

The Putnam County Wine & Food Fest in Patterson, NY is a two-day event showcasing New York's most renowned wine producers.  The fest also features world class culinary professionals, breweries in the extended beer garden, food, arts and crafts, fresh produce, local and international artists and even a flea market.  Ideally located in the Hudson Valley region and also only a stone’s throw away from Pawling, Dutchess County, NY, New Fairfield and Danbury, CT.

Getting to the Wine Fest from New York City and other towns is a breeze too.  Customers can take Metro-North's Harlem Line to the Patterson Station to connect with free shuttle buses to and from the Wine Fest during the fest hours.

A portion of our proceeds shall benefit the Hillside Food Outreach.

Cost

$30/advance, $35/gate

Location

View map Grounds of Patterson Flea Market
3161 Route 22
Patterson, NY

Additional Information

Sponsor

Putnam County Wine & Food Fest

Phone

845-494-4654

Contact name

Michelle Cowans

Contact email

info@putnamcountywinefest.com

County:

Albany,Columbia,Dutchess,Greene,Orange,Putnam,Rensselaer,Rockland,Schenectady,Sullivan,Ulster,Westchester

Neighborhood:

Albany,Amenia,Ancram,Annandale-on-Hudson,Athens,Beacon,Bethel,Brewster,Carmel,Catskill,Chatham,Chester,Clinton Corners,Cold Spring,Cornwall,Ellenville,Elmsford,Fishkill,Gardiner,Garrison,Germantown,Ghent,Goshen,Harriman,Haverstraw,Hopewell Junction,Hudson,Katonah,Kent,Kingston,LaGrange,Latham,Mamaroneck,Marlborough,Middletown,Milan,Millbrook,Montgomery,New Paltz,New Rochelle,New Windsor,Newburgh,Nyack,Ossining,Patterson,Pawling,Peekskill,Pleasant Valley,Pleasantville,Port Jervis,Poughkeepsie,Purchase,Putnam Valley,Red Hook,Rhinebeck,Rhinecliff,Rosendale,Rye,Saugerties,Sleepy Hollow,Tarrytown,Troy,Valhalla,Walden,Wappingers Falls,Warwick,West Point,White Plains,Woodbury,Woodstock,Yonkers

We make every effort to ensure the accuracy of this information. However, you should always call ahead to confirm dates, times, location, and other information.

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