Mercer County Park to Host Uncork Spring Wine Festival

Mercer County Park to Host Uncork Spring Wine Festival

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“UNCORK Spring”wine festival comes to Mercer County Park on April 28 and 29

Mark your calendar for the first event of the festival season at Mercer County Park: the “UNCORK Spring” wine festival on Saturday, April 28, and Sunday, April 29, from noon to 5pm.

“UNCORK Spring” at Mercer County Parkwill feature some of New Jersey’s best wineries including Valenzano Winery, Tomasello Winery, Plagido’s Winery, Sharrott Winery, Chestnut Run Farms, Wagonhouse Winery and more. The selected wineries will bring numerous award-winning wines for sample and for sale, as well as many of their 2018 offerings.

The event will also feature a variety of food trucks where visitors will be able to purchase meals and dessert options throughout the day. Mario & the Slyders and Goldenseal will provide musical entertainment on Saturday and Sunday, respectively. For the younger visitors, a Kids Zone will be available with a bounce house, face painting and craft activities to get involved in.

Advance discount sampling tickets to “UNCORK Spring” at Mercer County Park are on sale now for only $15 (must be 21 or older to purchase). Sampling tickets at the gate are cash only each day for $20. Non-sampling tickets (21+) are $5 and can only be bought at the gate. Those under 21 have free admission but must be accompanied by a full-paying adult. There will be a $5 parking charge per car. For complete details about the festival and to purchase advance sampling tickets, visit www.newjerseywineevents.com.

“All of us at GPS Inc. are so excited to help create such a unique event,” said Kathy Bullock, co-owner and event producer. “Mercer County Park’s reputation as a beautiful venue along with its boundless commitment to fun, combined with N.J. wineries, food trucks, crafters, music and fabulous activities, are going to make this one memorable weekend for everyone.”

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