About 700 turn out for Cava Winery event


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  • “The Uptown Getdowns” are shown performing at the Cava Winery and Vineyard. Their musical offerings include a diverse mix of music spanning a wide spectrum of genres from bossa nova, rock, jazz and everything in-between.




  • Dancing to the music of the “The Uptown Getdowns.”




  • It was a ladies’ afternoon out for these good friends from northern New Jersey. From the left are Alvina Boland of Vernon, Maria Fellema of Ringwood, Silvia Feldman of West Milford, Mary Ellen Weeks of Vernon, and Wilma DeNova of West Milford. The event was Cava Winery and Vineyard’s Wine & Wings festival.



Hundreds flocked to Cava Winery and Vineyard for wine, food, exceptional music, dancing and camaraderie on Saturda.

According to Cava’s Chief Operating Officer Larry Ciccarelli, about 700 patrons turned out for the afternoon and evening event. Three musical acts played throughout the day including the eight-piece band “The Uptown Getdowns,” who performed the last set for the day and included a horn section to compliment the standard quintet. The winery now has extended its Saturday hours until 8 p.m. each evening.

Musical offerings on Saturdays tend to be more upbeat and louder in volume. Sundays, which are the slower and more intimate of the two days feature more mellow music offerings. Whichever music you prefer, the bands will now be performing from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. each weekend.

More information about the winery can be found at www.cavawinery.com.

— Photos by Chris Wyman
For more photos, visit www.advertisernewssouth.com.

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