For all of my fellow followers and bloggers who are connoisseurs of wine or anyone who just would like to know more about wine, Cleveland has devoted an entire festival to it!
Today, on Carly’z Corner we are going to feature the Cleveland Wine Festival. This is an annual event, that was created to raise money to research a cure for Lou Gehrig’s disease. It is held at Voinovich Park (one of my favorite places to watch the sun set over Lake Erie). Friday, June 14, 2013 from 4 pm – 10 pm or Saturday, June 15, 2013 from 2 pm – 8 pm. There is much to do…wine tastings, an assortment of foods to taste and music to rock to! For a list of vendors and entertainment click on the link above.
Picture from Cleveland Wine Festival website
Adult Wine Tasting Ticket – One day admission
$29 in advance or $35 at the door
Admission ticket good for either day. This ticket includes a souvenir wine glass, ten tastings, Festival Program, Food & Wine seminars, cooking demonstrations, musical entertainment, and the opportunity to purchase wine at a discount.
Designated Driver Ticket – One day admission
$10 in advance or at the door.
Admission ticket good for either day. This ticket includes two non-alcoholic drinks, Festival Program, Food & Wine seminars, cooking demonstrations, musical entertainment, souvenir wine glass upon departure. Under 21 admitted free when accompanied by paid adult.
Psst! Are you interested in volunteering at the festival? If you are interested, then volunteers received a FREE Festival T-shirt and FREE admission into the event!
Volunteer aged 21 or older are welcome and can assist us in helping to create the best festival experience for our guests. If you are energetic, love wine – or want to learn a little more about wine – and are willing to provide
4 hours of your time during the festival weekend, we want to hear from you!
Mary Beth Bowman
For phone orders call 877-772-5425.
Phone center hours are 8:00am to 9:00pm Central time – 7 days a week.
Please note an additional $2.00 order processing/handling fee applies for phone orders.
No pets or coolers allowed on festival grounds.
Parking kind of sucks, but fortunately there are lots of pay to park options around that area. If you arrive early you may be able to grab a spot at one of the FREE parking meters.
Happy Frrreeee Hunting!