Join us at one of our multiple wine events around the state!
June 2, 4-7pm, Belfast, Maine.
Join the Maine Winery Guild for an evening at the beautiful United Farmers Market of Maine in Belfast. Enjoy wine and spirits from over ten wineries and spirit producers. Enjoy an evening of sipping and sampling the best of what Maine has to offer in a glass!
Tickets are $25 before the event and can be purchased through Brown Paper Tickets
$30 at the door
- Anthony Lee’s Winery (Dexter)
- Boothby's Orchard and Farm Winery (Livermore)
- Catherine Hill Winery (Cherryfield)
- Dragonfly Farm & Winery (Stetson)
- Fat Friar's Meadery (Newcastle)
- Hidden Spring Winery (East Hodgdon)
- Ricker Hill Farms Cidery and Winery (Turner)
- Savage Oakes Vineyard & Winery (Union)
- Shalom Orchard Organic Farm and Winery (Franklin)
- Tree Spirits Winery & Distillery (Oakland)
- Younity Winery & Vineyards (Unity)
The wineries, along with a number of regular market vendors, will be selling their products in the farmers market. Each attendee will receive a $5 voucher good for the purchase of wine or other products during the event.
August 18-25, Union, Maine.
Where else can you enjoy wine from over 20 Maine wineries under one roof? Come sample wines made from Maine wild blueberries, fruits, honey and grapes (yes, some grapes grown in Maine, too).
If wine is not your thing, we also offer select Maine-made beer, for sale by the glass, from our friends in the Maine beer industry and spirits from some of Maine’s best craft distillers.
Both wine and beer are great paired with the diverse foods found on the Tastings of Maine Wines, Beers, and Meads at the Wine Pavillion at the Union Fair.fairgrounds. Grab some of your favorites, and enjoy pairing them while sitting on our deck watching the horse racing or gazing off toward the smooth running Georges River.
Maine Open Winery Day
September 15, Statewide
On September 15th , wineries across the state will be hosting tastings, tours, and special events to celebrate Maine Open Winery Day. It’s an opportunity for Maine’s winemakers to showcase their wineries and for customers to learn more about making wine from traditional and not-so-traditional products.
Starting with a single winery in 1983 making blueberry wine, Maine winemakers are now using grapes, native fruits, and even maple syrup to produce wines that are garnering regional, national and even international awards. Each winery has special products, great stories, and a lot to share with the public about what makes their products special whether it’s wine, mead, cider, or spirits. This is an opportunity for them to share their stories and showcase their products.