Vermont Winery Music Tour

Come one, come all! We have a music and libation-packed weekend looming on the horizon, and you’re invited! Two Vermont Vineyard Tours, two entirely different genres, on back-to-back nights in our tasting room.  Wine, cheese and beautiful music, what more do you need?

We’re kicking off the weekend on Thursday, June 20th, where the legendary blues-roots duo of Mark Lavoie and Bill Sims Jr. will be performing. Their show will go from 5:45 – 7:00 p.m. Also, if you buy two glasses of wine you can get 10% off your take-home wine purchases!

The following night, Friday, June 21st, the Eleva Chamber Players will deliver virtuosic performances of Mozart and Vivaldi. We can’t forget to mention the free wine tastings and cheese that will be provided, too. Donations are requested ($25 – $250 per person) and reservations are required, which can be made online at elevachamberplayers.org or by calling 802-244-8354.

This weekend will be groovy and awe-inspiring. Music and wine go together better than our Vermont Rosé and a block of Gorgonzola, so mark it on your calendars, folks. Your sister’s birthday party can wait. Cancel your vacation plans, too. The wine will flow like the Nile, and music-lovers will flock like the salmon of Capistrano. You don’t want to miss this.

Lavoie is a legendary and pioneering harmonica player and a native to Vermont. Sims Jr. is based out of New York City and a member of the Grammy nominated Heritage Blues Orchestra. When the respectively sweet-sounding harmonica and passionate guitar chords synthesize, we’re left with a jaw-dropping, eclectic fusion of skill and soul. More info about Lavoie and Sims can be found by following this link, and you can listen to their music on the Delta Groove Productions YouTube page. 

The Eleva Chamber Players are an all-string orchestra, composed of professional musicians throughout the Northeast, and brought together by a mission to elevate the human spirit through music. You can read more about them (and reserve tickets) by visiting their webpage.