Tasting Tent Retailers

Back Pocket Provisions

This is Bloody Mary mix…but better. Beginning with fresh-pressed juice from Virginia-grown tomatoes mixed in small batches with high quality, honest ingredients.  A truly Brilliant Bloody Mary should help support local food system that creates thriving ecosystems, stronger economies, and successful small and midscale farms.

Barefoot Bucha

Barefoot Bucha is a Certified Organic craft kombucha that is brewed in Virginia from pure Blue Ridge Mountain water and infused with Organic and Fair Trade ingredients. As a company, Barefoot Bucha believes in good health, sustainable business practices, and our ability to positively impact the world through the choices we make every day. We think you’ll appreciate our efforts to bring you the best-tasting and most earth-friendly kombucha around.

Caromont Farm

Caromont Farm produces both fresh and aged cheeses using milk from Gail Hobbs-Page’s herd of Alpines, Saanens, and La Mancha goats. Caromont’s cow’s milk cheeses are produced from milk sourced from Nathan Vergins’ herd of grass fed Jerseys at Silky Cow Farm in nearby North Garden, Virginia. Everyone at Caromont Farm holds a strong belief that great cheese comes only from great milk, and we remain true to that fact.

Castle Hill Cider

Nestled at the foot of the Blue Ridge Mountains, The Dancing Chick makes all kinds of natural jellies, jams and preserves! Made the old- fashioned way, — small batches and lots of love!

Dancing Chick Jams

Dancing Chicck offer a variety of jams and jellies from the classic Chunky Strawberry to the Sweet Hot Pepper that is served most deliciously over cream cheese.  A specialty of the Dancing Chick Jams is the most amazingly wonderful and fabulous Fig.  Other seasonal highlights include Damson Preserves, where the plums are picked and packed at the peak of freshness.

Fairweather Farm

100% Home grown herbal teas, culinary spice blends, and honey.  One Acre, one woman, 100% home grown, 100% hand made. I am happiest working with the earth and sharing the fruits of my labor with the wide community of people who buy my products.  I hope that my teas will bring you many grins and my spices will make you enjoy cooking at home.

Falling bark farm dba wildwood’s hickory syrup

Create hickory syrups & infused honeys, from foraged & wildcrafted materials. Also, pure vanilla extracts hickory syrup from sustainably harvested hickory bark. It is nice to know that the bark itself is one of the highest plant sources of magnesium, but we promote the syrup we create mainly as a tasty treat. It is great on baked sweet potatoes, used as a meat glaze, and as a condiment on traditional breakfast foods.

Farmstead Ferments

Farmstead Ferments are a family of fermentation artists, gardeners, herbalists, and local foods advocates. We are never pasteurized so these wholesome, nutritious and delicious foods are loaded with life force and teeming with electrolytes and probiotics.

Gearharts Fine Chocolates

Gearharts Fine Chocolates creates confections of uncompromising quality, forging memorable combinations of flavors and textures with artisan craftsmanship. We blend the world’s finest chocolate with local sweet cream and pure butter.

Gypsy Juice

Herbal infused lemonades, iced teas & juices! Seasonal-Southern-Sippers!

JAM according to Daniel

A fruit fanatic from a very young age, Daniel Perry makes jam out of local fruits. Less sugar, and no added pectin, which lets me fit one pound of local fruit in every jar! He has made over 60,000 jars of jam in his parents’ kitchen, over the past 9 years.

Josephine’s Feast

Josephine’s Feast! is a collection of seasonal, sustainable, artisanal made confiture. The collection is made in limited quantities from local fruits using traditional slow cooking methods.  The small batch production insures a taste and texture that is unmatched in the market today.

J.Q. Dickinson Salt-Works

We produce a hand-harvested, mineral rich salt, made by solar evaporation from the remnants of a trapped ancient sea.

Mudhouse Coffee Roasters

Mudhouse Coffee started on the downtown mall circa 1993 with a coffee cart.  Today, they have local stores, roast downtown, cup and source traceable specialty coffees with our pledge of sustainability, roast to the best expression of that farm, and they have a small farm ourselves where we further our knowledge on everything from processing to planting to producing beautiful coffees.  They are current recipients of 2016 Good Food Awards, Roaster of the Year finalist, and 2016 US Roaster 3rd place Champion.

Quaker City Mercantile

A long time ago Philadelphia was known as the Workshop of the World. We love this city–we love its legacy, its blue-collar work ethic, its wild inventiveness, its endless dare to dream. So we got inspired. We started Quaker City Mercantile. We’re the new Workshop of the World.