This Event Will Help You Get Over the Fact that March Does Not Equal Spring

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If you live in Buffalo or Western New York, watch the news, or have ever scrolled through FB mindlessly on your phone, you know that 60 degree days in February do not equal springtime coming anytime soon. This is why we’re really grateful for boozy springtime festivities like Beerology, the St. Patrick’s Day Parade, and the Buffalo Wine Festival. Hell, it’s the soul reason we created the Buffalo Bloody Mary Fest in the first place.

When all those March events are said and done, it’s time to head out to the Buffalo Niagara Convention Center on Saturday, April 1st for an afternoon full of sampling at the Buffalo Wine Festival. The event will host three different sessions including the Afternoon General Admission Session from 1 pm – 4 pm, the Evening VIP Session starting at 5 pm, or the Evening General Admission Session from 6 pm – 9 pm.

Every ticket holder – whether you’re a VIP #baller or not – will receive entry into the event, a keepsake wine glass, samplings from over 20 different wineries, a chance to shop from over 40 vendors, plus live music and entertainment.

VIP tickets include an extra hour of tasting and pursuing vendors, plus a special VIP tasting glass, wine bucks, and more.

There are a limited number of both VIP and General Admission tickets available, so don’t wait. You know how Buffalonians love their booze events!

Check out the full list of 2017 participating wineries and vendors below!


Buffalo Wine Festival

Saturday, April 1, 2017

Buffalo Niagara Convention Center

Afternoon General Session 1 pm – 4 pm

the Evening VIP Session 5 pm – 9 pm

Evening General Session 6 pm – 9 pm

GA Tickets: $35

VIP Tickets: $45



Wineries & Vendors:

  • amAURA beads
  • Arbor Hill & Grapery & Winery
  • Ashley Lynn Winery
  • AXA Advisors
  • Bagley’s Poplar Ridge Vineyards
  • Berkshire Farm
  • Buckeye Concessions
  • Casa Larga Vineyards
  • Crooked Lake Winery
  • D’Angelo Cigar Shop
  • D’Avolio
  • Donna’s Pepper Jelly & Jams
  • DoTERRA Essential Oils
  • Everdry
  • Fulkerson Winery
  • Gourmet Creations by Tami
  • Watkins Glen Harbor Hotel
  • HRLMS Creations
  • Innovative Bottling Inc.
  • Janie’s Closet
  • Just Beachy
  • Kinga’s Jewelry Box
  • Kissed by the Sun
  • KR Communications
  • L & J Creations
  • Lakeland Winery
  • Lakewood Vineyards
  • Lost Vineyards
  • LuLaRoe
  • Main Street Winery
  • Mattress Firm
  • Merritt Estate Winery
  • Midgard Winery
  • Miles Wine Cellars
  • Montezuma Winery
  • Nectar of the Vine
  • Niagara Landing Wine Cellars
  • Owl’s Brew
  • Pazdar Winery
  • Perfectly Posh
  • Pleasant Valley Wine Company
  • Rasta Ranch Vineyards
  • Raymor Estate Cellars
  • Renewal By Anderson
  • Rochester & Buffalo Athletic
  • Schulze Vineyards & Winery
  • Specialty Cellars
  • Stella & Dot
  • Smokin’ Oak
  • Talarico
  • The Bavarian Nut Co.
  • The Craft Emporium
  • The Oyster’s Pearl
  • Thousand Islands Winery
  • Three Brothers Winery
  • Upstate NY Falun Dafa Association (Shen Yun Show)
  • Vendetti Vineyards
  • Victorianbourg Wine Estate
  • Winery of Ellicottville
  • Visit Erie

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