Do you love wine? Do you want to taste a bunch of new wines from local and international producers while spending time with your friends in a cool, artsy venue? If you answered yes, look no further than D.C Wine Fest, sure to be one of the most popular wine festivals in Washington, D.C.D.C. Wine Fest is happening on Saturday April 14, at the Long View Gallery. Here is everything you need to know. WHERE: Long View Gallery | 1234 9th Street NW, Washington, D.C., 20001 WHEN: Saturday, April 14 | There are three sessions available (Session 1: 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. | Session 2: 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. | Session 3: 8 p.m. to 10 p.m.) COST: General Admission: $35 per person | VIP: $60 per person (The upgrade includes an extra hour of drinking!) TICKETS: Visit the D.C. Wine Fest website here. [caption id="attachment_7805" align="aligncenter" width="632"] Courtesy of rssfood.com[/caption] DETAILS: D.C. Wine Fest will have it all -- from wines, to food, to art. Hosted by the Long View Gallery, you’ll have the opportunity to enjoy painting while sipping on some of the tastiest wine the D.C. (and some of the international) community has to offer. There will be over 10 different wine producers present, with an array of wines available for tasting. You can check out the full list of producers, and the type of wines they’ll be serving, here.
The festival will also feature delicious bite-sized eats to keep you grounded while you drink. Live music will be present at all three sessions, and you can check out who’s performing when, here. All three enjoy some level of fame in the music world, so you don’t want to miss it. And if you want to go above and beyond, go for the VIP tickets, which will allow you to arrive and start drinking an hour before the general admission starts. Not only will you be able to enjoy more wine, but you’ll also be able to meet with the wine producers on a more intimate level. You can learn about their specific wine, or pick their professional brain on all your burning general wine questions. To learn more about the event, see a list of participating wineries, and purchase tickets, you can visit the D.C. Wine Fest website. [caption id="attachment_7807" align="aligncenter" width="620"] Courtesy of giltcity.com[/caption] And if you can't get your fill of drinking, check out this beer tour, which will take you all around the local breweries in Washington, D.C. Are you planning to go to the D.C. Wine Fest? Let us know in the comments below!