Wine being poured into a glass in front of daffodils.

Daffodil Celebration & Wine Weekend

Saturday, April 29, 2017 – Sunday, April 30, 2017

12 – 4 p.m.

Enjoy the Perfect Pairing of Springtime Beauty & Local Wines

The stunning spring beauty of NYBG sets the scene for this wine lover’s weekend. Take in the unfolding display of flowering trees and other spring beauties and celebrate the eagerly anticipated bloom of over 300,000 planted daffodil bulbs alongside the historic display at Daffodil Hill. Enjoy a selection of palate-pleasing wines from New York, while NYBG scientists talk about the botanical side of wine.

Non-Members (21+) $38, includes a Tasting Glass and All-Garden Pass
Members: Tasting Glass $10

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Advanced ticket purchases are strongly recommended; Tasting Glasses are limited.

Spring Season sponsored by            Media Partners:

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A band performs acoustically on the Garden's grounds.

Unwind and Unplug: Live Music by Milton

12, 1, 2, & 3 p.m.
Wetland Trail

The bluegrass and folk tunes performed by Milton add vibrancy to the Wine Weekend. Milton’s vibe pairs perfectly with a glass of wine on a beautiful spring day at the Garden.

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Wine is poured into a glass in front of a backdrop of iced wine bottles and daffodils.

Botany of Wine: Beyond the Grape

1 & 3 p.m.
Conservatory Lawn

NYBG botanists talk about the botanicals that go into making wine and how the nuances of flavor come about.

A photo of the Palm Dome in the Enid A. Haupt Conservatory

Flame Work Demonstrations

1–4 p.m.
Conservatory Plaza and Visitor Center

Artists from UrbanGlass – a contemporary glass center in Brooklyn – demonstrate the fascinating art of melting and manipulating hot glass using a torch and flame.

Daffodils bloom on Daffodil Hill with the text

Donate Today!

As we move toward our goal of planting one million daffodils in honor of NYBG’s 125th Anniversary, we invite you to help support the Garden and its initiative by donating to support the effort.

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