Wreath Fineries at the Wineries!

The ultimate holiday event hosted by Shawangunk Wine Trail ~ Choose your weekend! Nov.23-24, Dec.7-8, 14-15

HUDSON VALLEY, N.Y. - Aug. 23, 2019 - PRLog -- Break out those tacky holiday sweaters, sip some cheer and get ready to ring in the season with Wreath Fineries at the Wineries, the Shawangunk Wine Trail's exciting annual holiday event!

This is a great opportunity to taste a variety of wines produced in the Hudson Valley while getting a jump on your holiday shopping and stocking up for the season's celebrations! All 15 member wineries will be decked out for the holidays, awaiting your arrival.

Choose from three different weekends to attend, select your starting winery, and purchase your Saturday only, Sunday only, or Weekend tickets at GunksWine.com!
The event is from 10am to 5pm on all dates.

Weekend #1 November 23-24
Weekend #2 December 7-8
Weekend #3 December 14-15

ACT NOW TO SAVE 20% OFF ALL SUNDAY TICKETS THROUGH SEPTEMBER 19.

The fun begins when you check-in at your starting winery. There you'll receive a souvenir wine glass, a grapevine wreath, a Shawangunk Wine Trail ornament and wine tastings. Then proceed on a self-guided tour to the other member wineries, receiving wine tastings and a snazzy new ornament to decorate your wreath at each stop along the way!

PLEASE NOTE: Tickets are only available online at GunksWine.com. Ticket sales close at 6pm on the Thursday prior to the event weekend. Tickets will not be available at the door. This event sells out year after year. We highly recommend purchasing tickets early to ensure you start at your favorite winery.

PLEASE DRINK RESPONSIBLY. We encourage attendees to use a designated driver or one of our transportation partners. For additional information on the Shawangunk Wine Trail, including maps, transportation, lodging, and special attractions visit www.GunksWine.com . Follow #GunksWine on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

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