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Wine & Vine The Kentucky Wine & Vine Fest on Sat., May 30
Noon until 7 p.m. on Sat., May 30, 2015. At the corner of York and Oak Streets just behind CVS Pharmacy. See wineries from the region including including Jessamine County's own First Vinehard. Plus Kentucky Proud Foods, Arts & Crafts, Live Music, and the Run for the Merlot Contest. Everything is under tent, so the event will be held rain or shine. See parking map. More info...
Wine & Vine Fest Named TOP TEN Event
The Kentucky Travel Industry Association has selected The Kentucky Wine & Vine Fest as a Top 10 Event. The festival is now its 12th year and has grown into Kentucky's premiere showcase for vineyards and winemaking. Criteria for selection as Top 10 Event include popularity of the event, its impact on the local tourism economy as well as cultural and historical significance. More info...
Sponsors Our sponsors make it all happen!
Starting with our presenting sponsor St. Joe Jessamine RJ Corman Ambulatory Care Center, KentuckyOne Health. See our sponsor page for the complete list of sponsors. Thank you to these businesses for investing in the Nicholasville Main Street Program. More...
Commercial Amateur Winemaking Competition
2015 Kentucky Wine & Vine Fest Kentucky Amateur Wine Competition information and forms. See past competition results.
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Great entertainment on tap
Let the good times roll with some romping Dixieland Jazz and Barbershop Quartet melodies. It's such a treat that some just come for the music! More music....





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