Date(s) & Time(s)::
June 29, 2013 at 12:00 PM until 5:00 PM
Location: Three Brothers Wineries and Estates
Award-winning music, wine, food and much more are back, for the 4th Annual Winestock NY, Saturday, June 29 from noon to 5 pm at the gorgeous, pastoral venue of Three Brothers Wineries & Estates, 623 Lerch Road, near Geneva.Return to event list.
The 2,000 smiles on attendees, last year, confirmed that Winestock NY put the FUN in Fundraiser . . . when people joined together for peace, love and wine understanding.
Thousands of One is the headliner band. "Deep grooves are the backbone of Thousands of One. The players are adept at creating an atmosphere and still leaving room for each other, musically speaking. Jhakeem Haltom is a charismatic presence whose comfort on stage and vocal range, have been captivating." - Buzz Magazine
Dance to bands, including Austin Dooley, Bob & Dee, and Push playing on two stages on the expansive property or relax, next to manicured vineyards overlooking Seneca Lake, and listen to the music. You can bring a lawn chair but no need to bring anything else. For the admission you can taste award-winning wines from dozens of New York wineries. Wine will also be sold by the glass and bottle. You can eat wine ice cream and artisan food from Seneca Smokehouse and others while you browse local craft displays. Or choose a chair massage!
“Community Connections” is new, this year, to Winestock NY. FLX Young Professionals, and the Seneca County Farm Bureau Ag Master Kiosk will be there. Representatives will answer questions about FLXYP and the Vino and the Beast 5kRun, and you can ‘test your mind’ at the interactive Ag Kiosk.
General admission is $20 and includes the wine tasting and a collector’s wine glass. A $10 designated-driver ticket is admission only. For advance tickets and more information go to: www.winestockny.org
Sponsored by the non-profit New York Wine Industry Association, Winestock NY raises money and awareness for the future of New York wine and rural economies.
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