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Raise your glass, because the 7th Annual Crush Wine & Food Festival is back! Hosted by Homegrown Huntsville, tickets to this “spirited” downtown Huntsville event are available now for purchase.

The festival, which took a hiatus last year during the COVID-19 pandemic, will take place on September 25, 2021, in Big Spring Park East. Exciting new packages are available this year, along with partner events running September 23-26 at Church Street Wine Shoppe on Gates, Revivalist at 106J and BarVista.

With 150 wine labels available for patrons to taste, a stage for entertainment and food trucks offering wine-inspired menu items, Crush Wine & Food Festival is a full weekend of culture, cuisine, and, of course, high-end spirits.


General admission tickets are $45 for the first 400, then $55 until July 31; remaining tickets are $60.

350 VIP tickets are $95 and will include access to Church Street Wine Shoppes VIP area and 30 additional high-end wines.

An exclusive Wine Guru Tour is the next level up at $175 per person. There are only 90 available spots for the 45-minute guided tour, which includes exclusive tastings along the way. Groups are limited to a maximum of six people.

Ticket add-ons are available for an additional cost, including Whiskey and Wild Game Garden, Charcuterie & Wine make and take class with Cured, Chocolate Truffle & Wine Pairing class with Michelle’s Chocolate Laboratory, and a weekend stay at 106 Jefferson, an all-new boutique hotel within walking distance to the event.


Crush ticket holders also gain access to exclusive partner events over the course of the weekend, at an additional cost:

— Thursday, September 23: Church Street Wine Shoppe on Gates hosts a regional wine exploration tasting from Oregon, Sonoma, and Napa with a perfectly paired charcuterie board.

— Friday, September 24: The Revivalist at 106J hosts a five-course Meritage Chef Dinner paired with wine and spirits, limited seating.

— Sunday, September 26: BarVista and The Wescott host a rooftop Sunday Funday, limited to 75 guests.

All tickets and packages can be purchased at www.CrushWineFestival.com. There will be no ticket sales at the gate.