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 The Jonathan Edwards Winery in N. Stonington held their annual Harvest Festival on Saturday. The event included a grape stomping competition, music, wine tasting, gourmet food vendors, local artisans an more. The festival continues on Sunday from noon to six.
(Grace Whtie / The Westerly Sun)
A barrel full of grapes awaits crushing by bare feet during the grape stomping competition at the Jonathan Edwards Winery in N. Stonington.  The annual Harvest Festival took place on Saturday. In addition to the grape stomping competition the event included music, wine tasting, gourmet food vendors, local artisans and more. The festival continues on Sunday from noon to six.
(Grace Whtie / The Westerly Sun) As a crowd looks on, Scott Ficarra (3rd from left) stomps grapes as his team member, Jeff Dimmock, keeps the supply underfoot. The men, both from Westerly, took first place in the first round of the grape stomping contest at the Jonathan Edwards Winery in N. Stonington.  Their annual Harvest Festival was held on Saturday. In addition to the grape stomping competition the event included music, wine tasting, gourmet food vendors, local artisans and more. The festival continues on Sunday from noon to six.
(Grace Whtie / The Westerly Sun) As members of the crowd watch and cheer, (l-r) Kim Horan and Ken Belz, of Long Island, and Scott Ficarra and Jeff Dimmock, both of Westerly,  compete in the grape stomping event at the Jonathan Edwards Winery Harvest Festival on Saturday. The men took first place in the first round of the competition which requires the bare foot crushing of grapes into juice with the winner producing the most liquid. In addition to the grape stomping competition the event included  music, wine tasting, gourmet food vendors, local artisans an more. The festival continues on Sunday from noon to six.
(Grace Whtie / The Westerly Sun) 84 Tavern on Canal employee Molly Pettini, of Pawcatuck (center) hands a burger to AJ Andrews, of Norwcih as Julie Champagne, wife of owner Chris Champagne, chats with a customer. The local restaurant had a table at the Jonathan Edwards Winery annual Harvest Festival on Saturday. The event included a grape stomping competition, music, wine tasting, gourmet food vendors, local artisans an more. The festival continues on Sunday from noon to six.
(Grace Whtie / The Westerly Sun) A tractor pulls a load of people on a hayride through the grapes at The Jonathan Edwards Winery in N. Stonington. Their annual Harvest Festival was held on Saturday. In addition to the hayrides the event included a grape stomping competition, music, wine tasting, gourmet food vendors, local artisans and more. The festival continues on Sunday from noon to six.
(Grace Whtie / The Westerly Sun) Rows of unharvested grapes are covered in protective netting as attendees explore the grounds of the Jonathan Edwards Winery in N. Stonington. They held their annual Harvest Festival on Saturday. The event included a grape stomping competition, music, wine tasting, gourmet food vendors, local artisans an more. The festival continues on Sunday from noon to six.
(Grace Whtie / The Westerly Sun) Local artist Cathy Johansen, of Westerly, holds up a painting for customer, Mary Ann Maneri, of Westerly during the Jonathan Edwards Winery annual Harvest Festival on Saturday. The event included a grape stomping competition, music, wine tasting, gourmet food vendors, local artisans an more. The festival continues on Sunday from noon to six.
(Grace Whtie / The Westerly Sun)

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