Calling all wine-loving runners! You will be very happy to hear that registration for the uber-popular Run the Vineyards 5 Miler, coming up April 30th, 2017, just opened. And in case you hadn’t already connected the dots, the event includes running five miles, partly through Mullica Hill’s oh-so-pretty Heritage Vineyards, then drinking wine at the finish line. Yeah, it’s a pretty good way to spend your morning.
A few weeks ago, we let you guys know about some wine-filled fitness events going down at Newtown’s Crossing Vineyards and Winery this summer, and you guys went BONKERS. Naturally. Post-workout wine is exciting, after all. And since you all were so excited about those events, we thought it would only be the kind thing for us to do to clue you in on three more wine-plus-workout events on our radar this summer. Check them out below. Read more »
If the only thing that will get you to lace up your running shoes is a giant glass of wine awaiting you at the finish line, you are in luck! Registration for the fifth annual Run the Vineyards 5-Miler, happening at Mullica Hill’s Heritage Vineyards April 24th, opened this morning. And not only does the race end with a nice big glass of wine, you’ll also be greeted with live music at the finish. Not a bad way to spend your Sunday morning, eh? Read more »
If you’re a fan — we’re talking super fan status here — of the über popular Run the Vineyards race series, you’ll be psyched to hear that this year, organizers are offering a multi-race season pass for race discounts, so you can get your running and wine tasting on at any (or all) of the Run the Vineyards events this year. Read more »
Calling all runners who didn’t make it into the Broad Street Run: This news is sure to cheer you up. Good Day for a Run is debuting a brand spankin’ new Run the Vineyards 10-miler at Wagonhouse Winery in South Jersey on the very same day as the Broad Street Run, May 3rd. Aaand there will be free wine at the finish line. All cheered up? I thought so. Read more »
Y’all have been pretty darn excited for this summer’s Run the Vineyards 3.2.1 Challenge since we posted about it late last month. Jon Lyons, founder of the Facebook group Run215, was among those who were tickled with excitement for the running/yoga/obstacle course/wine-tasting event — so tickled, in fact, that he’s been busy hammering out details for a pretty sweet transportation option to get you to the starting line at Blair Vineyards in Kutztown..
Today, I give you: the Run215 Racebus, Wine & Cheese Edition.
The popular Run the Vineyards 3.2.1 Challenge is officially coming back for a second year, with two race-date options to accommodate more participants. The event, which combines yoga, a chip-timed run with obstacles, and wine-tasting, will take place on July 11th and 12th. Registration is now open.
I come bearing exciting news, folks. Remember a few weeks ago, when we told you guys that registration for next year’s Run the Vineyards 5-Miler in Mullica Hill, New Jersey was open? Well, this morning we got word that four more vineyards have been added to the Run the Vineyards 2015 race schedule. Meaning: More free wine for us all!
If running and drinking wine are at the top of the list when it comes to your favorite pastimes, you are not going to want to miss this race. The fourth annual Run the Vineyards 5 Miler, which takes runners through the gorgeous and oh-so-green Heritage Vineyards in Mullica Hill, New Jersey, is happening April 26th. And I know, it’s October and April seems like it’s ages away, but registration for the race opens today and we’re betting it’s going to fill up fast. Because who doesn’t love wine?
Y’all really know a good thing when you see it, eh? Two weeks ago, when I posted about the new Run the Vineyards 3.2.1. Challenge coming to Kutztown’s Blair Vineyards on July 13th—a race that combines a yoga session with an obstacle course and wine-tasting at the finish line—our readers pretty much went bananas. In fact, I ran into race director Ken Culbertson at an event last night and he said the Challenge, a first-time event for his race management company, Good Day for a Run, sold out in 10 days. Now that’s impressive people.