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10 Best Food and Wine Festivals in the US

With the food culture on the rise, food and drink festivals are trending. The only variance is the way it’s being relished and celebrated in different regions. The US has always been passionate about celebrating its culinary culture. In fact, the country is known to host some of the best food and wine festivals, which offer gourmands a diverse food and wine scenario from various regions. So here’s a list of the 10 best food and wine festivals in the US.

30A Wine Festival | Alys Beach, Florida

 

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To savor some of the best wine dexterities and culinary options, one must visit the annual 30A Wine Festival held at Alys Beach, Florida.  The event is all the more prolific since it supports various social causes related to children’s health and other such voluntary work. This three-day gastronomic celebration showcases some of the top vintners and local culinary favorites aiming to benefit the Children’s Volunteer Health Network.

The Garagiste Festival | Paso Robles, California

The Garagiste Festival is a three-day wine festival hosted four times a year across various places in California. Started in 2011 in Paso Robles to highlight the American “Garagiste” wine movement, it is now considered as one of the USA’s top wine festivals. It has created a common platform for hundreds of brilliant artisan winemakers and thousands of passionate wine lovers.

(Food Network & Cooking Channel) New York City Wine & Food Festival | New York

 

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The New York City Wine & Food Festival is a weekend-long food extravaganza comprising of celebrity chef live demos, exotic dinners, and wine tastings along with a chance to meet the top celebrity Food Network stars. This is one of the trendiest and most expensive food festivals in the city featuring over 75 events and close to 450 world-renowned chefs, winemakers, and personalities. However, it’s worth every penny with all earnings of the festival being donated to the No Kid Hungry campaign.

Hyde Park Brew Fest | Chicago

Hyde Park Brew Fest offers you Chicago’s best brews while presenting the tunes of the city’s popular DJ’s such as DJ Jazzy Jeff, DJ Clark Kent, and Terry Hunter. This festival allows visitors to enjoy some great music while tasting craft beers from over 50 vendors.

The Vegandale Food Drink Festival | Toronto

 

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Veganism is the newest trend across America and dedicated to this concept is the Vegandale Food Drink Festival. The Vegandale Food Drink Festival is one of the fastest growing festivals, which is all about food, drink, music and art without including any meat nor dairy products. For Veganism supporters, it’s a great experience to be a part of this festival and enjoy the presentation by some big names like Ben & Jerry’s and Hellmann’s Vegan along with others.

Nantucket Wine and Food Festival | Nantucket, Massachusetts

Every spring the Nantucket Wine and Food Festival takes place on the island of Nantucket. This five-day event is celebrated by serving some of the classiest wines and award-winning foods. The main highlights of the festival include wine-centric seminars, talks, and wine tastings.

Seed Food and Wine Week | Miami

 

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Seed Food and Wine Week celebration in Miami is different from the rest of the food Festivals. Why? Because it’s the very first plant-based food and wine festival in the USA. Close to 200 exhibitors, 40 plant-based chefs, celebrity speakers, dinners, tasting, and a yoga meditation brunch are a few of the main features comprising this gala food event.

Finger Lakes Wine Festival | New York

The Finger Lakes Wine Festival is one of the largest events showcasing the best of New York State wines at one single platform.  One gets to explore over 80 wineries completed with regional artisans, live performances, cooking demos, and culinary classes. It’s all set up in a gorgeous location of Watkins Glen International, New York.

Taste Washington | Seattle

 

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Taste Washington is a four-day celebration, which is the largest single-region wine and food event in Seattle. Thus, it lures gastronomes from all over the globe. It boasts the assembly of more than 235 wineries, 65 restaurants and some of the nation’s best-known chefs showcasing their talents.

Naples Winter Wine Festival | Naples, Florida

The Naples Winter Wine Festival is a charity wine festival which promotes a great cause at the backdrop of the festival. The three-day annual winter festival celebration presents celebrity chef-hosted dinners, live music, and a wine auction. The proceedings of which go to the Naples Children & Education Foundation.

These incredible food and wine festivals in the US allow the food buff to appreciate some of the great culinary specialties prepared by great chefs. You may want to head to Vegandale Food Drink Festival boasting some lip-smacking Vegan delicacies or savor the classiest wines at the Nantucket Wine and Food Festival. In any case, there are incredible choices out there, great enough to satiate the foodie in you.

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About Margaret Wilson

Margaret Wilson is a travel blogger. Margaret is currently working as a travel Writer at MyFlightSearch.com. She is an adventurous backpacker, She has been to over 70 countries all around the World. She writes about food, culture and her travel experiences and has been featured in multiple travel magazines and blog sites.

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