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The Greater Boston Wine Festival

The Greater Boston Wine Festival

What's better than a Sunday filled with wine, pizza, and chocolate.

If you are from Massachusetts and like wine, you should really be excited about this weekend. Even if you aren’t from Massachusetts, this weekend is a great excuse for a road trip. The Greater Boston Wine Festival is this Sunday, July 28th, at the Marshfield Fairgrounds.

The event will feature food that traditionally pairs with wine (cheese, chocolate, pizza) and some Boston classics (seafood chowder). The Boston Wine School will also be there offering mini-seminars if you’d like to do more than just drink (come on, you know you want to brag to your friends about being as skilled as a sommelier).

Bottles for to buy and take home range from the Boston area to New England from over fourteen wineries. Admission to the festival is $45 per person, pus a $5 banding fee. Pre-ordering tickets seems like the better option. There are two sessions to choose from, unless you want to go to both. Guests also get a wine glass, tote, and really fun Sunday.

2020 Boston Wine Festival

Boston Wine Festival

Once the stress of the holidays is over you’ll deserve a drink, and what better place to enjoy one than the 31st annual Boston Wine Festival? It’s the longest-running food and wine festival in the country, and from January 10th through March 27th the Boston Harbor Hotel will host dozens of seminars, wine dinners, classes, and a whole bunch of clinking glasses featuring some of the best wineries in the world. Whether you’re interested in the Battle of Cabernets or a Champagne Brunch, there’s something in the lineup for every oenophile and socialite, and anyone who purchases a ticket to one of the events will be entered into a raffle for a one-night stay in the Boston Harbor Hotel’s John Adams Presidential Suite. The calendar of events is truly exhaustive and events fill up quickly, so don’t wait to check it all out and get your tickets here.

Welcome To Season 9 Of The Taste of WGBH Food & Wine Festival 2020

Chef Tastings. Live Demos. International Wines, Specialty Craft Beer And Cider. Top Musical Acts. Beautiful Décor. Chef Competitions.

Join us this fall for one of the largest food and wine festivals in New England, where variety truly is the spice of life! This multi-day festival offers events and activities over three days and celebrates the cultural diversity of the best culinary talents in the region.

There are adventures for every budget, giving you premier access to enjoy delicious food trends, educational seminars that offer insight into the minds of chefs, live music from some of today’s best artists, and the most refreshing adult beverages from around the globe. Tickets sell out every year, so buy yours early!


Tickets to the festival events are all-inclusive. Pay one price to sample the selection of food and beverages, and enjoy the live music and chef demonstrations at each event without any additional costs upon entry! Your ticket price also includes a wine glass to use throughout your day that you can take home with you as a reminder of your culinary experience.

All the events sold out last year, so buy your tickets early… a weekend of delicious indulgence awaits you!

Please visit our ticket page for a breakdown of all of your ticket options.

Taste of WGBH Food & Wine Festival: Artisan Taste


Artisan Taste
Saturday October 12
WGBH Studios in Brighton
Tickets: $60-$75

This Grand Tasting event presents an afternoon of delicious surprises in the WGBH Studios lot. You’ll enjoy a range of tasty adventures, including live cooking demonstrations in our Culinary Theater. Take an afternoon respite from eating, and check out the Audi European Café in the back lot next to our Music Stage. Visit the Grand Tasting Pavilion in the back lot where you can savor dozens of tasty treats and quench your thirst at the beverage bars. In addition, we will feature live performances from an eclectic lineup on our Music Stage.

VIP Artisan Taste Ticket from 1-4pm includes - $75
· 1-2pm - Early admission into the Grand Tasting Pavillion to beat the general admission crowds
· 1pm-4pm - Special pop ups in the VIP Lounge, Culinary theater demonstrations, sampling in the market place, and Grand Tasting Pavillion open to you for the duration of the event
· 4pm - Event concludes

Artisan Taste General Admission Ticket from 1-4pm includes - $60
· 1-2pm - Access to the market place in the front lot ONLY (NO access to Grand Tasting Pavillion from 1-2pm)
· 2-4pm - General admission ticket provides access to Grand Tasting Pavillion, culinary theater demonstrations, sampling in the market place and entertainment on the music stage.
· 4pm- Event concludes

Featuring a live Performance from 2-4pm from The Woo Factor.

Must be 21 to attend. Children and infants will not be granted entrance under any circumstances.
The event is rain or shine, no re-admittance, no refunds

Born and raised in northern New England, Daniel Bruce graduated with honors from Johnson & Wales University in Rhode Island, and then traveled to Italy and France for more traditional training. Upon his return to the United States, he began working in New York City at 21, becoming in quick time the youngest executive chef in the history of that legendary restaurant. Daniel&rsquos dream, however, was to return home to New England and find a place where he could fully develop the many dimensions of his talent and culinary interests. Now in his third decade at the Boston Harbor Hotel, Daniel has never allowed his time at the hotel to become routine, always finding creative ways to broaden the culinary experience of his restaurants&rsquo patrons and guests of the hotel.

Internationally-renowned, Daniel Bruce has been awarded the title of Vice Consellier Culiniaire, Bailliage de Boston, and he has been honored twice as one of the "Best Hotel Chefs in America" at the James Beard House. In 2009 Daniel was the featured chef at the Celebrity Chef and Winemaker Auction Dinner at the Nantucket Wine Festival, as tribute to two decades of dedication to wine and food education. Additionally, Daniel is an honorary member of Chevalier du Tastevin and has been recognized by Boston magazine as the city's Best Hotel Chef. Daniel has made numerous live television appearances on national programs such as NBC's Today and Live with Regis and Kelly. He was awarded an honorary doctorate from his alma mater, Johnson & Wales University in 1996 and in 2013 chef of the Year by the Massachusetts Restaurant Association.

14. Pistachio

Total Score: 14

This cannoli takes you back to your childhood, when you’d refuse to ingest anything and everything green. The intense pistachio taste is a stark contrast to the sweet filling.


What is your refund policy?

Should you need to cancel a reservation, please contact us by 3:00 PM on the day of the event to avoid your ticket(s) being forfeited. All ticket refunds will be issued as a Boston Harbor Hotel gift certificate in the amount of the purchase minus a 5% administration fee. No-shows or late cancellations will not receive a refund of any kind. Should the event be cancelled by Boston Harbor Hotel due to unforeseen circumstances, all attendees will receive a full refund.

The Greater Boston Food Festival!

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After 11 years of holding our annual fundraising Banquet, this year The Greater Boston Food Bank (GBFB) decided to switch things up and held our first Greater Boston Food Festival. The transition was largely made possible by our Presidential Sponsor, EMC, and Chair, Jeremy Burton, President of Product Sales and Marketing at EMC. EMC has been a dedicated supporter of GBFB and was looking for a way to get more involved. When Jeremy realized that he not only could chair the fundraiser, but also provide creative resources, it was a no-brainer. He was in. He quickly brought in the EMC events team and VDA productions to help produce the unique evening. Many months of planning went by and finally, on the evening of April 29 th , GBFB hosted their first annual ‘Festival’. The evening was crafted to highlight the warehouse space where 52 million pounds of food a year is distributed from each year and their network of 550 member agencies throughout Eastern Massachusetts. Instead of a traditional sit down dinner, guests walked around to experience the space, while mingling and networking. Guests were entertained by jugglers, magicians, a singing quartet and artists, while enjoying a variety of food including a build-your-own-burger, Asian noodle, tossed salad and mini-pizza stations. As guests walked among the warehouse racks, lounges were set up dedicated to the evening’s sponsors, including EMC, Stop & Shop, Joanna and Nigel Travis, Fedex, Roche Bros., Atlantic Vision, Bank of America, Amy and Joshua Boger, Citizens Bank, The Cutler Family, Openview, Shaw’s Star Market, State Street, TJX, BJ’s, the Boston Celtics Shamrock Foundation and Tracy and brad Stevens, John E. Core, Kekst and Company, ModusLink and Wegmans. Interactive fundraising activities created some friendly competition! Our warehouse truck bays were open with GBFB trucks in position — attendees funded pallets of healthy food for anywhere from $1,000 to $25,000 to fill the trucks. Also, a CANstruction art installation was created throughout the evening. Guests helped to fund the completion of the structure by purchasing cans for $50 – $250. Each guest who contributed to fundraising efforts received a light up bracelet – by the end of the evening the warehouse was a sea of glowing bracelets as everyone came together to help end hunger here. The night was a huge success and through the generosity of area businesses and committed individuals, the Festival set a new record, raising $1.22 million, enough to provide more than 3,600,000 meals to our neighbors in Eastern Massachusetts who are facing hunger. Thank you to our friends, supporters and donors for making our first annual Festival a fun and successful night!

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Marshfield Fairgrounds – Marshfield, MA

Join your fellow wine enthusiasts for a great day of sampling wine and other locally produced foods. Both events will feature Massachusetts award winning farm wineries, music, a variety of specialty food producers, plus wine related crafts and accessories. Food vendors include: cheese, chocolate, honey products, wood fired pizza, specialty tacos, donuts, fruit spreads, seafood chowder and more!

All wine will be available for purchase by the bottle for off premise consumption. Our wonderful food vendors will offer their delicious goodies for consumption on site. Select food vendors will have items prepared for your to enjoy at home as well.

Festival admission is $35 per person. Wine samples are available for an additional $5 banding fee (cash only) at the gate. The banding fee includes a wine tote, custom logo glass and event program.

Each event offers two session times. Grab a friend, or two, and plan to attend these not-to-miss events. Tickets are limited at each session. Purchase yours early so you don’t miss out!

All attendees must be over 21 years of age. Proof of age is required for everyone. No exceptions.

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