Celebrate with wine
Authentic Southern Food with JCW Wine
With authentic New Orleans cuisine like alligator on a stick from Sweet NOLA's and live Zydeco music from Voodoo Blues, we're bringing the French Quarter to Winchester! Your ticket includes all-day admission, a glass of wine, a tasting voucher for any one of the wineries at the festival, Marti Gras beads and a souvenir JCW wine glass. This event will go on, rain or shine. No picnics or dogs are allowed at this event.
New Orleans Style
Festival with a Touch of Class
Founded by French colonists in 1718, New Orleans' Vieux Carré mixes the best cultural elements of France and the American South. From food to fashion to architecture, the French Quarter has put eccentric twists on the American experience. With amazing food, live bands, arts and crafts and more, it's going to be a fun and funky afternoon! Glasses of Frosé are only $5 all day.
Time & Place
June 23, 2018 | 12:00 - 6:00 PM
The Tasting Room, Salon & Vineyard Green @ James Charles Winery
The Voodoo Blues features Ryan Benton on vocals, piano and guitar, as well as Travis Driver on Drums, Andy Bailey on bass and Gary Stiglicz on Harmonica and vocals. We specialize in fun, toe-tapping, hand clappin', butt movin' Funk, Blues, 60's Soul and Southern Rock, all with the spirit of New Orleans and inspired by NoLa artists like Dr. John, The Meters and Tab Benoit.
Sweet NOLA's Southern Food Lounge is a celebration of southern and New Orleans food, lifestyles, and music! We are proudly part dive and part palace! If you could actually taste a sultry southern night with a high stepping second line with all that great booty shaking and umbrella pumping music you could taste it at Sweet NOLA's!
We make old-world style wines in the heart of Virginia's Shenandoah Valley AVA, which strongly resembles classic winemaking regions in France. Our wines are bold, full-bodied and complex. We are two generations of people passionate about wine, winemaking and creating the best possible wine-country experience in the Shenandoah Valley.
Veramar Vineyard was founded in 2000 by James and Della Bogaty on their hundred-acre estate in the Shenandoah Valley, near the town of Berryville. In 2001, their son, Justin, came on as the winemaker. We specialize in producing full-bodied, European-style wines with a hand-crafted attention to detail.
Inspired by the culture and the wines of Argentina, Bogati Winery is designed to provide guests a welcome respite from the everyday, with hand-crafted Virginia wine. Guests enjoy internationally-styled wine in our chic tasting room, located in a repurposed apple warehouse near the town of Round Hill in Loudoun County, Virginia.