Crush Wine and Food Festival is on Sep. 19-25 in Huntsville—get tickets now

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We’re raising our glasses because it’s time for the eighth annual Crush Wine and Food Festival in Downtown Huntsville—a week dedicated to all the wine, spirits, and culinary bliss that Huntsville has to offer. Keep reading to learn how you can be part of this “wine” in a million event from September 19-25.

The Crush Wine and Food Festival is a day for wine lovers

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Red, white or rosé? The eighth annual Crush Wine and Food Festival has it all. If you’re not a wine drinker, the Whiskey and Wild Game VIP Area will have whiskeys and bourbons that are sure to impress even the most discerning palate. This day also includes:

  • Charcuterie boards
  • Chocolatiers
  • Gourmet sandwiches
  • Grape stomping
  • Live music
  • Local artists
  • Private wine guru tours
  • Wild Honey private tents

Bham, we’ll catch you in Huntsville sipping wine at this event:

A week of wine + food

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Do you want to crush the whole week? The Crush Wine and Food Festival is expanding this year to a week full of events with the best wine and local chefs. Here’s the lineup:

  • Single Barrel Sipping
  • Secret Garden Soirée
    • When: Wednesday, September 21
    • What: Appetizer and craft cocktail hour + a four-course meal and wine pairing by three-time James Beard semifinalist Chef Lee Gregory
    • Cost: $600
  • Gusto d’Italia Dinner
    • When: Thursday, September 22
    • Where: CO/OP Community Table + Bar, 800 Monroe St SW, Huntsville, AL 35801
    • What: Appetizer and Italian craft cocktail hour + a four-course meal and Italian wine pairing by Chef Marc Taft and Chef Luke Hawke
    • Cost: $300
  • Safari Supper Abroad
    • When: Friday, September 23
    • Where: 106 Jefferson Boutique Hotel, 106 Jefferson St S, Huntsville, AL 35801
    • What: Champagne, three-course progressive meal and dessert on the rooftop of Baker & Able
    • Cost: $250
  • Bon Voyage Brunch

Check out tickets + bundles for the week’s events online.

Where to stay

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This event is worth a road trip, so stay in one of the festival’s fabulous partner hotels and get a true taste of Huntsville. If you reserve a room at one of these hotels, you can get $10 off your ticket:

We’ll see you in Huntsville

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Grab your girl gang, friends or significant other and head to Huntsville for this festival you just can’t miss. With partners that are the best of the best in the food and wine industries, we know you’ll have an amazing and tasty time.

“As Huntsville has grown this festival has as well and is evolving to a regional event with vendors and attendees from across the country. It’s the perfect opportunity to get a true taste of Huntsville with a week of wine spirits, culinary bliss featuring private chef dinners and the Crush Festival finale.”

Ashley Ryals, Founder & Creative Director, Crush Wine and Food Festival

Are you excited to go to this event? Buy your tickets for the Crush Wine and Food Festival today!

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