FUN. FOOD. MUSIC. WINE.
Foodies, Jazz, and Wine lovers unite on Sunday, September 1, 2019 to enjoy local wines with specially prepared food at the 5th annual Lake Ontario Food, Wine, and Jazz Festival™ at Colloca Estate Winery in Fair Haven, New York.
Join us for a day of great food, wine, and jazz overlooking Fair Haven Bay along the 900' of unobstructed waterfront that the Estate has to offer.
Local area wineries will convene at Colloca Estate Winery providing you with the opportunity to sample our local wines and other craft beverages. Specialty Farm to Table bites will be prepared and made available for sale to accompany the wines.
• Lobster Avocado Cups
• Mojito Pork Crostada
• Tequila Lime Chicken Crostada
• Boom Boom Shrimp
• Smoked Beef Brisket Sliders
• Tomato Caprese Salad
• Calamari Salad
• Lump Crab Cakes
• Mac & Cheese
The Festival will begin at 12:00 pm with Jazz beginning at noon. The party continues on the Lake Effect Vineyard® Stage from 7-11 pm. We are so very fortunate to have our own local legend, Ms. Nancy Kelly headline our event. Nancy has received world-wide acclaim in the world of Jazz and she is based right here in Fair Haven! How lucky could we be?
• 12 pm – Scott Dennis and the Joe Cortini Bop Trio
• 2 pm – Anthony Joseph Swingtet
• 4 pm – Nancy Kelly
Pre-sale tickets are available online for only $15 which covers admission and includes a commemorative wine glass and 15 tasting tickets. Tasting tickets allow you to sample wines from each of our vendors and decide what you enjoy most (tickets may be used for tastings only and may not be used to exchange for wines by the glass). Wines by the glass and by the bottle, ciders, and New York State craft beers along with food will also be available for purchase. Tickets are also available at the door for $20.
In addition to tastings from Colloca Estate Winery, some of our Guest Wineries, Cideries and Distilleries include: Embark Craft Ciderworks from Williamson, Glen Rose Spirits from North Rose, JD Wine Cellars from Macedon, Lakeland Winery from Syracuse, Old Goat Cidery from Newark, Rootstock Ciderworks from Williamson, and Young Sommer Winery from Williamson.