The 13th Annual Highlandtown Wine Festival
Come and join us for the 13th Annual Highlandtown Wine Festival on Sunday, April 24th!
The annual street festival in southeast brings more than a thousand visitors to partake in homemade wine, eat fine Italian food, listen to live music and have fun.
Presented by the Highlandtown Community Association and DiPasquale's Italian Market, The festival takes place Sunday, April 24, from 1 to 6 p.m. at Our Lady of Pompei Convent Garden (3600 Claremont St.)
Please see the Highlandtown Wine Festival Facebook page for updates as we get closer to the event!
Food & Wine
Admission to the festival includes five complimentary tastings of homemade wines, including vintages like the Highlandtown Red and Bel Air Zin. In addition to the complimentary antipasti, DiPasquale's will have meatball subs, sausage and peppers, pasta, cannolis and their specialty arancine -- as seen on Food Network– available for sale.
The festival features a competition for amateur winemakers judged by Baltimore’s finest celebrities and connoisseurs. Bronze, silver and gold ribbons will be awarded to the best red and white wines based on appearance, smell, taste and overall quality. Contestants also compete for the best bottle design.
Wine competition entry forms are available online at www.Highlandtown.com, as well as at
DiPasquale's (3700 Gough St.) and Mastellone Deli & Wine (7212 Harford Rd.).
Tickets for people 21 and over are $25 ($20 in advance), and include a souvenir wine glass and a selection of antipasti from DiPasquale’s. Children and teens can enter free with an adult, but sorry, no wine.
To purchase tickets online, visit our Eventbrite page. For tickets in person, visit DiPasquale’s, The Laughing Pint, Mastellone Deli & Wine, or Rust-N-Shine.
Over the past twelve years, the festival has raised over $40,000 to support Highlandtown
Community Association initiatives including street improvements, grants for sculptures in
Patterson Park through the South East Community Development Corporation, the Movies in
the Park series at Patterson Park, Highlandtown Arts District activities, neighborhood greening
projects, and repair and cleaning projects at Our Lady of Pompei church.