October 4 & 5, 2014
Noon to 6:00 PM
(Tickets available NOW!)
Best of Maryland
in the breathtaking setting of this
National Historic Landmark!
The 12th Annual Riverside
WineFest at Sotterley is coming up on Saturday and
Sunday, October 4 and 5th, 2014, celebrating the
very best of over 20 Maryland wineries in the
breathtaking setting of this National Historic
Landmark! Combining fun and education, guests come
to the place where wine flows freely, live music is
jamming, kids enjoy their own play area, engaging
demonstrations, artists are selling their exquisite
creations, food is scrumptious, and the 1703
Plantation House Mini Tours and the Colonial Revival
Garden Tours are FREE.
This years fantastic live
music line-up: Saturday: The Justin Myles Experience
and GrooveSpan! Sunday: Hydra FX and The John Luskey
Stop by the Warehouse to see
the creations by the artisans from Fuzzy Farmer. In
the historic Barn, artists from The Color & Light
Society will be creating, displaying, and selling
their treasures. As an added bonus, Southern
Maryland Radio celebs T-Bone & Heather of Star 98.3
FM will be here on Saturday.
Special discounts for
Sotterley members and sponsorship opportunities!
Please call the office @ 301-373-2280
If you wish to know more about becoming a
sponsor, advertiser, vendor, or artisan at the
Riverside Winefest, please call the office @ 301-373-2280.
Food & Concession Vendors
Information for WineFest Attendees
Purchasers of Tasting and Designated
Driver or Non-Drinker ticket(s) must be
21 or older.
A VALID ID MUST BE PRESENTED
in order to allow entry into the event
(we must card everyone, please be sure
to bring a valid ID).
Purchase of Tasting and Designated
Driver or Non-Drinker ticket(s) include
a wine glass.
(Designated Driver or
Non-Drinker receive their glass upon
exiting the event).
All tickets are NON-REFUNDABLE
Event will take place RAIN OR SHINE
No coolers or picnics
No PETS allowed
This historical site in not wheelchair friendly &
the Plantation House is not handicap accessible. No
wheelchairs, walkers or strollers are allowed on
tours of the Plantation House.