South Beach Wine And Food Festival Info

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South Beach Wine and Food Festival

The first few questions people ask about the South Beach Wine and Food Festival, price and location: This festival takes place every year in the city of Miami, in South Florida. The ticket price was $ 225 dollars for previous events.

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The South Beach Wine and food festival is one of the most typical in Miami. Attracting visitors from all over the country and the world. The stars of the Food Network programs make special appearances giving the festival an educational touch.

Keep aware that seminars are also held by some winemakers and leading industry experts. The Miami Festival also hosts a lot of other activities during the weekend. So you can be sure that you will see and learn many exciting things.

The most exciting part of the festival is the gastronomic demonstrations that bring together more than 50 restaurants that will tempt the palate of the audience with their proposals and the most exquisite wines and spirits of the Southern Glazer’s Wine & Spirits. The largest distributor in the US.

The best thing about this festival is the possibility of trying a wide variety of wines. And as if the wines were not enough, the food plays a vital role. So many restaurants in Miami and South Beach lend their support and actively participate in the festival.

This year

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This year between February 20 and 24, the 18th edition of the South Beach Wine & Food Festival or Wine and Food Festival was held.

This event on the Food Network and Cooking Channel was comprised of more than 100 games in Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach. Two events were held at Palm Beach: a dinner with Martha Stewart, Lindsay Autry, and Clay Conley on Thursday, February 21, and a master class at Dom Perignon on Saturday, February 23.

The festival included dinners, brunches, seminars, cooking masterclasses, tastings, parties and celebrity presentations.

Stars of the culinary world such as José Andrés, Michael Symon, Martha Stewart, Marcus Samuelsson, Jean-Georges Vongerichten, Giada De Laurentiis, Andrew Zimmern, Bobby Flay and many more gathered at this crucial multi-day celebration.


In the wine and food festival, there is room for all ages. The Fun and Feed is an event dedicated to the family in which children learn about nutrition, exercise, and even prepare recipes by renowned chefs. The proceeds of the festival benefited the students of the Florida Chaplin University School of Hospitality and Tourism Management.

Classic Events and Parties

Part of SOBEWFF’s appeal, both for presenters and party-goers, is the location. As in the vast tents that house hundreds of chefs and winemakers, they are literally on the sand. Many of the events take place directly at the Beach, including the Grand Tasting Village. An a heterogeneous mix of food and wine samples and seminars held on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays during the festival. Tired of winter? the gentle waves and the sea breeze season snacks and quaffs irresistibly.

Some of the most sought after parties at the Beach usually include Italian bites on Thursday night at the Beach organized by De Laurentis. Burger Bash hosted by David Burtka and Neil Patrick Harris and a beachside barbecue held by Guy Fieri. Other meetings take place in some of Miami Beach The most luxurious beachfront hotels. Including the best of the best in the historic Fontainebleau Miami Beach. Chicken Coupe presented by Chef Andrew Carmellini in W. South Beach and Southern Kitchen Brunch presented by Trisha Yearwood at Loews Miami Beach.

New Events

Some of the latest events that will surely tempt your taste buds include Oyster Bash organized by Josh Capon of Lure Fishbar in the Loews, tastes of Puerto Rico hosted by Jose Andres at SLS South Beach, Tacos After Dark presented by Michael Symon at Loews and a Happy Hour with wine and cheese sponsored by Martha Stewart in No.3 Social Roof Bar & lounge in Wynwood.

There are also new masterclasses that include a pasta-making session. With local chef Michael Pirolo and a cookie making class with Cindy Kruse. SOBEWFF promises to be a good weekend, no matter what you want. Tastings to dinners and parties organized by local luminaries and national stars.

Wine and Food

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In 2018 DOCa Rioja wines captured the eyes of the more than 65,000 visitors that the famous South Beach Wine & Food festival receives every year, one of the most prestigious culinary events in the United States.

The Miami festival crew then served six thousand Rioja drinks over the weekend both at the exclusive Spanish dinner of the Three in Wynwood restaurant and at Chef Michael Symon’s large barbecue.

Last year, Rioja Qualified Denomination of Origin wines once again became the protagonists of the American culinary scene. Consequently, the crew served more than six thousand Rioja wine glasses all over the festival.

South Beach Wine And Food Festival

They attended the 17th edition of the famous South Beach Wine & Food gastronomic festival, therefore, one of the most anticipated annual events for Miami wine and gastronomy lovers who organize two of the most renowned television networks in the United States: Food Network and Cooking Channel

Katie Button, José Garcés and Norman Van Aken were the chefs in charge of organizing. One of the festival’s most exclusive dinners. An evening that took place at the Three in Wynwood restaurant and which hosted more than one hundred people. A studied selection of dishes allowed the flavors of our cuisine.

Michael Symon, one of the most media chefs on the American scene and author of numerous cookbooks. It was in charge of closing the weekend activities organizing his already traditional barbecue. A spectacle for the grill and wine lovers, consequently, who it housed more than three thousand people.

Location

This year the event that closed the festival, for the first time had a Carnival Night theme.

Resources:

  • Wikipedia South Beach Wine and Food Tasting Page
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