Wet Whistle Wine Fest

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Wet Whistle Wine Fest

Wet Whistle Wine Fest 

Friday, Sept. 17 | 5–9pm (Free)
Saturday, Sept. 18 | 10am–6pm ($10)

Wet Whistle Wine Fest offers award-winning wines, a grape stomp, hearty sandwiches, & live music! It isn’t the 2,000 visitors smiling all the time that’s weird. Nor is it the trombonist standing in a grape-filled barrel while playing an amazing riff, nor the people with sticky purple feet dancing onstage. This is normal at a wine fest and to be expected. What’s odd at Wet Whistle Wine Fest are all the costumes. We don’t ask anyone to show up dressed as wine bottles, or happy nuns who love Naughty Girl wine. These are just a couple examples of Wet Whistle Wine Fest goings-on that we just couldn’t make up. Don’t take our word for it… come to the wine fest and see it for yourself!

This Wet Whistle Wine Fest is a fundraiser for the Community Improvement of Algoma, and the Algoma Fire and Rescue. Come out to support these great non-profit organizations of Algoma!

 

Friday

Free admission, but canned food donations for Kewaunee County Food Pantry are welcome! All weekend, children under 12 FREE. Under 21 must be accompanied by an adult.

Live Music Provided by Big Mouth • 5–9pm
Specialty Foods • 5–9pm

Saturday

$10 Admission. All weekend, children under 12 FREE. Under 21 must be accompanied by an adult.

Live Music Proved by Fork in The Road Band • 10am–1:30pm
Live Music Provided by Conscious Pilot • 2–6pm
von Stiehl Winery Tours • 11am, 1pm & 3 pm
von Stiehl Wine Tasting* • 9am-5pm
Specialty Foods • 10am–6pm
Celebrity Stomp Off • 11am & 11:20am
Grape Stomp Heats: 12:20pm, 1:30pm & 3pm
Grand Grape Stomp Off • 4:30pm

Need a place to stay? Visit the Algoma Chamber of Commerce for lodging and a list of other great things to do while in town for the Wet Whistle Wine Fest.

Von Stiehl will be conducting regular wine tastings in their tasting room and not outside on the terrace as in years past as the Outside Cider Bar will be open for wine flights, slushies, and glasses of wine and hard cider.

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