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Wine Festival

Wine Festival

The Seven Springs Wine Festival, August 26 through 28, 2016, showcases wineries from all over Pennsylvania offering a tantalizing experience for anyone who loves wine. The festival features complimentary wine sampling from 30 wineries, daily seminars, live entertainment, a variety of crafts, and musical entertainment.

Wine Festival Program

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Wine Festival Program

Wine Festival Program

Festival & Entertainment Schedule

Wine Festival Friday, August 26, 2016 | 5 – 9 p.m.

  • – Samples from up to 30 Pennsylvania wineries
  • – Souvenir Wine Festival glass
  • – Wine Check Service

Wine Festival Entertainment

  • – Radio Tokyo | Main Stage
  • – The String Theory | Pavers Stage

Wine Festival Saturday, August 27, 2016 | 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.

  • – Samples from up to 30 Pennsylvania wineries
  • – Souvenir Wine Festival glass
  • – Wine Check Service

Wine Festival Entertainment

  • – Totally 80s | Main Stage
  • – The House band | East Stage
  • – Meredith Holiday | Pavers Stage

Wine Festival Sunday, August 28, 2016 | 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.

  • – Samples from up to 30 Pennsylvania wineries
  • – Souvenir Wine Festival glassWine
  • – Wine Check Service

Wine Festival Entertainment

  • – No Bad Ju Ju | Main Stage
  • – Juniper Six | East StageStage
  • – The String Theory | Pavers Stage

Wine Seminars

Learn about various wines, how to pair them with food, and different cooking techniques using wine. Attendance to seminars is limited to ensure a quality guest experience. Tickets to seminars are available at the the Timberstone Room one-hour before each seminar. Valid seminar tickets must be presented for entry to a seminar. Please be on time. Late entry will not be granted to any seminar.

Local Vore, Local Pour Pairings
Saturday, August 27 and Sunday, August 28 from 12-12:45 p.m. in the Timberstone Room

Take an in-depth look at how to properly pair wine with different cheeses. Presented by Rita Resick of Laurel Vista Farms and Jennifer Eckinger of the PA Wine Association.

Cooking with Wine
Saturday, August 27 and Sunday, August 28 from 2-2:45 p.m. in the Timberstone Room

Discover attributes associated with a variety of local, Pennsylvanian wines and how to apply those flavor profiles to different types of food and cooking techniques. This seminar will be taught by Seven Springs Chefs.

What is So Hot About Ice Wine?
Saturday, August 27 and Sunday, August 28 from 3:30-4 p.m. in the Timberstone Room

The winemaker of Seven Mountains, Scott Bubb, will describe the special nature of ice wines and lead a tasting of several versions from the winery.

Wine Festival Dining

The Wine Festival offers many dining options for you to choose from. Helen’s is open from 12-3 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday, with a special lunch menu featuring soups, salads, sandwiches, drink specials and more. If you are looking for a quick bite to eat, stop by Emo’s Pit and First Tracks located at the Ski Lodge or the Mashed Potato Martini Bar, County Line Grille and Cheese & Pretzel tents located near the festival grounds.

Helen's Lunch

Helen’s Wine Lunch

First Tracks Wine Festival Menu

First Tracks Quick Bites

Quick Bites

Festival Quick Bites

Overnight Lodging

A special overnight lodging package is available for the Wine Festival!

Starting at $156.50 per person, based on double occupancy

Available August 26 through August 27, 2015

Package Includes:

  • – One night of lodging
  • – Breakfast
  • – Friday night arrivals will enjoy a four-hour preview of the festival
  • – Saturday festival admission
  • – Access to the fitness center and all resort swimming pools, weather permitting

This package is for adults age 21 and over.

For more information or to make your reservations, please call (866) 437-1300.

Check Availability

Blackout dates may apply. Price does not include tax. Hotel rates are per person. Price subject to change and availability. Package cannot be combined with any additional discounts, coupons or offers. Restrictions apply. This package is for adults age 21 and over. Adults age 21 and older will be required to show a valid state issued ID at the festival entrance to obtain a legal to drink wristband. To review our House Policies for alcohol service, please click here. No one under age 21 will be permitted inside festival grounds, including young children and babies.

Purchase Tickets for the 2016 Wine Festival

One Day Ticket

7/1/16 to 8/26/16

Day of Festival

Friday, August 26, 2016 (5-9 p.m.)




Saturday, August 27, 2016 (11a.m.-5 p.m.)




Sunday, August 28, 2016 (11 a.m.-5p.m.)




Two Day Ticket

7/1/16 to 8/26/16

Day of Festival

Friday, August 26 (5-9pm) & Saturday, August 27 (11am-5pm)




Designated Driver Ticket

Day of Festival

Friday, Saturday or Sunday Available at the festival entrance only. Must be age 21 or older. Alcoholic beverages, including beer, may not be purchased or consumed.


Price does not include applicable taxes and fees.

Tickets are only available through ShowClix and may be purchased online or over the phone at 1-888-718-4253 (Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-9 p.m. EST). Tickets can also be purchased at the festival entrance.

Wineries Schedule to Attend

  • – Allegheny Cellars
  • – Allegro Winery
  • – Antler Ridge Winery
  • – Arundel Cellars
  • – Bee Kind Winery
  • – Benigna’s Creek Winery
  • – Blue Mountain Vineyards
  • – Buddy Boy Winery
  • – Christian W. Klay Winery
  • – Courtyard Wineries
  • – Flickerwood Wine Cellars
  • – Franklin Hill Vineyards
  • – Glades Pike Winery
  • – Greenhouse Winery
  • – Hauser Estate Winery
  • – Heritage Wine Cellars
  • – Juniata Valley Winery
  • – Mood Dancer Winery
  • – Mazza Vineyards
  • – Naylor Wine Cellars
  • – Oak Springs Winery
  • – Paradocx Vineyards
  • – Presque Isle Wine Cellars
  • – R Wine Cellar
  • – Sand Castle Winery
  • – Seven Mountains Wine Cellars
  • – Shade Mountain Winery
  • – Starr Hill Vineyard and Winery
  • – University Wine Company
  • – Winery at Wilcox

List of wineries is subject to change.

Wine Festival Updates

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Wine Festival Policies

  • – As a precautionary measure, please leave children, infants, minors and pets at home as they are not permitted on festival grounds.
  • – Tickets will not be sold after 8 p.m. on Friday and 4 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday the day of the event.
  • – Seven Springs encourages all festival attendees to please drink responsibly.
  • – All attendees must be at least age 21 and will be asked to present proper identification at the festival door. For more information, please review our House Policies.

Seven Springs Mountain Resort strives to provide responsible, safe and professional service of alcohol. We will endeavor to serve our guests in a responsible, friendly and professional manner and to abide by Seven Springs values and the conditions of our liquor license issued by the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board. Staff members are on hand to assist our guests in enjoying their time at Seven Springs and to assist in their decision to drink in moderation and, when appropriate, avoid drinking activities that puts anyone at harm or risk. We are committed to adhere to all liquor laws.

The staff and management of Seven Springs Mountain Resort promote the enjoyment of our guests and homeowners by enforcing the following House Policies:

  • – No one under the age of 21 can purchase or consume alcoholic beverages.
  • – Seven Springs requires proof of age from ALL GUESTS entering a 21 and over venue. The only acceptable forms of proof of age are:
    • – A valid driver’s license issued by any state.
    • – A valid photo identification card issued by any state.
    • – A valid United States armed forces ID card that contains the holder’s photo.
    • – A valid passport, passport card, or travel visa which contains the holder’s photo.
  • – Seven Springs reserves the right to deny access to any bar or lounge to anyone who is visibly intoxicated, exhibits rowdy behavior or to prevent overcrowding.
  • – Seven Springs reserves the right to discontinue service to any guest who is harassing to others, involved in a physical altercation or is creating an unsafe situation for themselves or others.
  • – No beverages are permitted to be carried into any bar or lounge area.
  • – Outside alcoholic beverages are not permitted to be brought onto the licensed premises. The only exception is that a guest may bring a special or private reserve wine to Helen’s restaurant. A corkage fee will apply and the wine will be served by Helen’s staff in accordance with house policies. Seven Springs reserves the right to search any bag, backpack or purse.
  • – No outside food or beverage items are permitted in the festival grounds.

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