Sandestin Wine Festival event officials announce special ticket pricing for the fifth annual Sparkling Wine & Holiday Lights event scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 18, from 4 to 6 p.m., and The 32nd Annual Sandestin Wine Festival, set for April 2018.
Sparkling Wine & Holiday Lights is the official prelude to the Sandestin Wine Festival. Highlighting 30 types of champagne and sparkling wine paired with delicious appetizers at featured Village of Baytowne Wharf restaurants. Tickets are available for special pre-sale purchases for $40 per person, and include a commemorative glass.
Event organizers also announced special early ticket pricing for the longest-running wine event in Northwest Florida with savings of more than 30 percent. The 32nd Annual Sandestin Wine Festival is set for April 12-15, 2018. For the first 150 ticket purchasers, the Friday evening tasting on April 13 is being offered for only $50.
The special price for the Grand Wine Tasting on Saturday, April 14, is only $65, reflecting a savings of more than 30 percent. Guests can also purchase two-day passes for $110.
These advance discounted tickets are available at SandestinWineFestival.com. Historically, the festival’s tasting events have sold out, so people are encouraged to purchase tickets early.
“This exclusive sale is a way to show our appreciation to the countless guests that return to the festival year after year,” says Julie Stuckey, events manager. “They are loyal to us and have seen the event blossom into one of the finest wine events in the southeast. Our patrons are truly part of the tradition that make the annual Sandestin Wine Festival so special.”
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