Swan And Dolphin Food & Wine Classic

Epcot isn’t the only place on Disney property to find a great Food & Wine Festival. Now in its eighth year, the Swan and Dolphin Food & Wine Classic is a weekend full of both food and wine! With over 60 food and beverage stations, it is the largest festival to date!

The festival, held on October 27-28, 2017, offers eleven educational seminars as well as a causeway that features a diverse selection of delicious dishes prepared by award-winning chefs. There is a Beer Garden that will include local selections as well as seasonal favorites along with house-made ‘bar snacks’ to pair with the beverages. Sip on wine from around the world with tips from certified sommeliers who will be on hand to answer all questions about selecting the right wine. Learn to make pasta alongside award-wining chefs/instructors. Head to the Bubbles Lounge for a showcase of sparkling beverages like champagne and sparkling wine. Live entertainment will also be provided along with a merchandise tent for all of your souvenir needs.

Tickets and packages are still available for the event. This event is open to the public so you don’t have to be staying at the resort to attend. Check out www.swandolphinfoodandwineclassic.com for more details!

Have you ever attended the Swan and Dolphin Food & Wine Classic? Give us your feedback in the comments!

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Susanne Kain was not born a Disney fan, but after marrying into a family that loves all things Disney, it didn’t take long for them to transform her into a Disney lover too! Since then, she has been to Disney over 10 times and falls in love even more with each visit. A self-proclaimed foodie, she is always looking for the next best dish that Disney has to offer! When Susanne isn’t dreaming of Disney, planning her next trip, or visiting a park, she enjoys spending time with her husband and son who also share her love of Disney.

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