The MidAtlantic Wine + Food Festival
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This is kind of a big deal…and when we say kind of a big deal we mean this is a HUGE deal. It’s events like this that put DELAWARE on the foodie map!
CALLING all foodies, heck, the foodies are calling us!
The party starts on Wednesday night March 6th with a Welcome Reception at the Delaware Art Museum. The perfect backdrop to meet the Chefs, rub elbows with dignitaries and winemakers while roaming the galleries. GET A TASTE of what’s to come!
WHAT’S TO COME?
An eclectic mix of 44 specialty food, wine, craft beer and spirit events like the “South African Braai “, Private Wine Dinners in the homes of locals, a pop-up restaurant, “He Said Beer She Said Wine”, “Master Chef Tasting”, a 937 Point Wine Tasting, a black-tie Gala Winemakers Dinner and Live Wine Auction leading up to Sunday’s Gospel Brunch. Some events have already sold out like the “Bacon & Bourbon” tasting event at the Columbus INN & Scotch & Cigars…to name a few so don’t dilly dally get your tickets NOW.
SAVOR WORLD FLAVOR
Winemakers from Australia, Argentina, Greece, South Africa, Oregon and California; including local owners of Bouchaine Vineyards, Gerret and Tatiana Copeland, team up with regional and international Chefs to create pairings to please your palate.
From casual to black tie, $o-$1000, there’s an event to suit your taste, style and budget. Don’t be intimidated, you don’t have to be a connoisseur there are plenty of “starter events” for the wine novice with a direct line to the experts. Be adventurous, some of these events will be offering very unique opportunities that may never come your way again. Take a few moments to check out the MidAtlantic Wine + Food Festival web-site to learn more about the Chefs, events, wines, beneficiaries etc… we have to warn you, it’s a bit addictive.
Check out some video footage from last year’s event.
The MidAtlantic Wine + Food Festival benefits The MidAtlantic Food + Wine Feast Charitable Fund at the Delaware Community Foundation, a recognized 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that supports regional arts organizations.
Now in its second year, the Festival boasts 44 unique events that occur over four days in formats ranging from small, intimate dinners to highly attended events capable of hosting hundreds of persons. International chefs and winemakers from across the world demonstrate their talents to delight Festival patrons.
The region’s premier food and wine event, the Festival attracts visitors from New York to Washington D.C. and beyond. It was born of the vision and daring of noted businessman and philanthropist Ajit Mathew George, Founder and Executive Director.
The event has grown with the support of scores of partners, sponsors, friends, committees, restauranteurs, chefs, vendors, the Wine Guild, Wine Society, and Wine Club, international winemakers and visiting chefs, and wine and beer experts.