The Las Olas Wine and Food Festival is the must-attend wine
event of the South Florida social calendar. Swaying palms, tropical
breezes and illustrious store fronts set the scene for the Las Olas
Wine and Food Festival on Friday, May 1st (wine
dinners) & Saturday, May 2nd 2009
Street Festival – Saturday May 2nd
On May 1st there will be
dinners, and one at a private home. Purchase
tickets now to see:
B.R. Cohn Winery - Dan Cohn
Iron Horse Vineyards - Joy Anne Sterling
Banfi - Philip di Belardino
Bonterra Vineyards - Robert Blue
They will be paired with celebrity chefs you've seen on television.
The event begins at 3.00pm followed by the Bonterra Vineyards
VIP Reception (6.00pm - 7.30pm.) ending the evening with our
from 7.30pm - 10.00pm. on Las Olas Boulevard, the most popular
street in Downtown Fort Lauderdale, known for its fabulous
restaurants, trendy shops, and magnificent hotels.
MORE THAN 60 AWARD WINNING RESTAURANTS
Premier Beverage Co. will pour select vintages from some of the most
preeminent wineries throughout the world,
giving event-goers a chance to
enjoy some of today's best wines. You'll taste
signature chefs' favorites from more than 60 award-winning South
The street festival is held from 7.30pm to
10.00pm. Premier Beverage is the exclusive wine sponsor and as such,
will ensure quality wineries that will attract attention
- and a draw.
Proceeds from the event benefit the American Lung Association of
Florida - south area.
Crown Wine & Spirits is the exclusive festival retailer giving
patrons the chance to purchase wines they sample on the street. Only
festival participants will be extended this fabulous opportunity to
receive major discounted prices!
The one thing that is different this year is that tickets will only
be on sale prior to the event either online or from the American
Lung Association office. Please purchase your tickets early as
tickets are limited.
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