Sales Have Ended
Sales Have Ended
(New this year: TICKETS ARE DAY SPECIFIC! You must attend the event on the day listed on your ticket. So be sure to purchase tickets for the day you plan to attend - Saturday OR Sunday.)
Hit the road and head to Penn’s Peak in nearby Jim Thorpe for this festival which includes wine samplings from our wineries in your own commemorative glass.
Relax with a glass of wine on the outdoor deck with a panoramic view of Beltzville Lake and the Pocono Mountains. Or stay inside in air conditioned comfort while listening to live musical entertainment.
Browse through displays from local artisans and crafters selling handmade décor, accessories, and food items. Or purchase food from the Penn’s Peak kitchens to pair with your glass of wine.
Our wineries will also be selling wine by the bottle and the case to take home with you. So come prepared to shop! Live music will also be provided.
*Please note: Wine on the Mountain is an adults-only event. Attendees must be 21 years of age or older to attend.
This is a rain-or-shine event as it is held completely INDOORS in air conditioned comfort.
ADVANCE TICKETS (ONLINE ONLY)*:
$25 on Saturday
$20 on Sunday
(Advance tickets will NOT be sold at our wineries this year. Online advance ticket sales end Friday, July 22 at midnight eastern time.)
AT THE DOOR TICKETS (LIMITED AVAILABILITY):
$30 on Saturday
$25 on Sunday
(*Tickets are good for ONE day of the event, NOT both days. New this year: TICKETS ARE DAY SPECIFIC! You must attend the event on the day listed on your ticket. Only 1,000 tickets will be sold for each day. Ticket sales will be shut down once that number is reached. So purchase your tickets early!)
HOURS: Event hours are noon – 5 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday.
WHERE TO BUY: Advance tickets will be sold online only.
(No refunds: sorry, but we do not offer refunds on already-purchased tickets.)
Designated Driver tickets are $8 each and will be sold at the door only the weekend of the event and not in advance.
HOW TO GET THERE: For driving directions to Penn’s Peak, click here. Parking is free.