“The Wine Festival is always of highlight of the year,” remarked Mark Smith, President of Wolf Creek Grist Mill. “And last year we expanded our selection of wines to include international wines. They were a hit, so they will again be part of this year’s Festival. Of course, we will still feature favorite Ohio wines.”
Guests can also enjoy domestic beers and great food. Wine is available for tasting, by the glass or purchase a bottle to take to your table. Ohio wineries are scheduled to attend.
The Festival will again include the very popular Five Food Courses that pairs wine and food. For the pairing sessions, guests will be given an overview of pairing five incredible food and wine selections, everything from appetizer to dessert. Food, separate from the pairing session, is available for purchase throughout festival hours. Adding to the festivities will be live music.
New this year this the Martini Bar! In addition, free shuttle service will be provided to guests staying at area lodging: BlackFork Inn BnB, Mohican Adventures, Mohican River Inn, Mohican State Park Campground & Cabins (pickup at commissary,) Smith’s Campground, and Wally World Resort. Buses will run from 3 to 11 p.m.
For children there will be a scavenger hunt with prizes and free kids ice cream. The Festival is held under large on-site tents, so the wine tasting and fun go on rain or shine.
Adult tickets are $10 at the gate, $8 in advance online or at Lingenfelter Jewelers, 129 West Main in downtown Loudonville after May 28. Ticket price includes free logo glass and wine tastings. Guests must be over 21 year of age to purchase adult tickets, photo ID required. Under 21 tickets are $1. All tickets may be purchased at the gate. Tickets can also be purchased online through PayPal at the Grill Mill web site, www.WolfCreekMill.org. Afternoon Wine & Food Pairing costs an additional $15 per person and is limited to the first 50 guests who purchase tickets. Discounted advanced ticket deadline is Wednesday, June 5 at 5 p.m. Presale tickets are non-refundable. Sorry, no outside food, beverages, or coolers are permitted on premises during event.
“Through the tireless efforts of our volunteers and generous sponsors, the Wolf Creek Grist Mill preserves a part of local history for future generations to enjoy,” Smith added. “What better way for guests enjoy the Grist Mill, Fromme Cabin, and grounds than spending a pleasant Saturday at the Wine Festival.”
The Festival is one of the major fundraisers to restore and maintain the Mill and property.
For more Wine Festival information contact Mark Smith at 419-541-0161 or visit the Mill web site at www.WolfCreekMill.org.