The Sandestin Wine Festival brings an opportunity for discovery. Four days of unique events open up a wide range of experiences from attending wine dinners with celebrity chefs, participating in preview events throughout the year, and taking part in wine tastings that showcase hundreds of wines.
Wine novices can learn more about wines and sample from a comprehensive selection in all varieties, styles, and price ranges. Wine aficionados will enjoy meeting winemakers, asking detailed questions, and acquiring hard-to-get selections.
An added bonus is the opportunity to immediately purchase your favorite selections at the ABC Fine Wine and Spirits Retail Tent at a discounted rate. Everyone gets to enjoy live music, interactive experiences at the Culinary tents, and shops and dining at The Village of Baytowne Wharf.
The 32nd Annual Sandestin Wine Festival is sure to be a memorable event. Stay tuned to SandestinWineFestival.com and sign up for the newsletter so you’ll be the first to know about special events and new activities.
The Village of Baytowne Wharf is always open to the public. Even during special events, guests are welcome to visit the shops and merchants. Non-drinking festival guests are welcome to attend the Grand Wine Tasting with their friends at no charge—they will not receive a wristband.
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
Thursday, April 12-Sunday, April 15 – Gourmet Food & Wine Pairing at various Baytowne Wharf merchants.
Friday, April 13 – Champagne & Seafood Voyage aboard the Solaris, 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Enjoy champagne and seafood. Cost is $93.
Friday, April 13 – Grand Wine Tasting, 5-8 p.m. Tickets are $55 in advance, $65 day of.
Saturday, April 14 – Mind.Body.Beach presented by Spa Sandestin, 9 a.m. Yoga, mimosas and the beach! Cost is $25.
Saturday, April 14 – Grand Wine Tasting, 1-5 p.m. Tickets are $85 in advance, $95 day of.
Sunday, April 15 – Bubbly Brunch at Baytowne Provisions, 10 and 11:30 a.m. Cost is $40.
Additional details on each event at SandestinWineFestival.com.
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