3rd Annual White Mountains Crush Festival

Posted by msnitil

You’re invited to roll up your pant legs and stomp grapes like Lucy during the 3rd annual White Mountains Crush Festival’s, Crush Event, on Saturday, October 20. Located at Seven Birches Winery at the RiverWalk Resort on Loon Mountain - stomp grapes and sample wine by day, then celebrate and feast on Italian food, family-style by night.

WHAT:

The White Mountains Crush Festival, aka Crush Event, invites grape stompers to their 3rd annual event to celebrate the end of the harvest and kick-off the start of winemaking season. Offering a full day of grape stomping, wine tasting, winemaker tours and celebrations. The weekend will also feature a family-style outdoor Italian feast by LaVista Italian Cuisine, live entertainment, crafts and even activities for the kids.

WHERE:

Seven Birches Winery

RiverWalk Resort at Loon Mountain

22 South Mountain Drive

Lincoln, NH 03251

WHEN:

Saturday, October 20

10am, 11am & 12pm: Meet the Winemakers Tour & Barrel Tasting

12pm – 3pm: Grape Stomping “I Love Lucy” style.

12pm – 3pm: Stompers Picnic, Lunch Provided

1pm – 4pm: Winemakers’ Wine Tasting in the Winery

4pm: Italian Feast on the veranda at twilight.

PRICING:

Grape stomping with inclusion of Seven Birches T-shirt, $25 per person. For additional event and ticket information, please visit http://sevenbirches.com/white-mountains-crush-festival/.

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