2016 Boston Wine Expo
The Seaport Hotel & World Trade Center
February 13 and 14, 2016
21+ event

The 25th Boston Wine Expo is this weekend! I hope you are registered and ready to try more than 2,000 wine selections. One of the exciting things I am looking forward to is this year’s line-up of celebrity chef cooking demonstrations. Demonstrations will be held in the Grand Tasting area and are included with Grand Tasting or Vintner’s Reserve Lounge tickets. Seating is available on a first come, first serve basis and the schedule will be as follows:

 

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13TH

STAGE 1:

  • 1:30pm: Louis DiBicarri – Tavern Road
  • 2:15pm: Ming Tsai – Blue Dragon & Blue Ginger
  • 3:00pm: Barbara Lynch Gruppo – No. 9 Park, Menton and Sportello
  • 3:45pm: Chris Coombs – Boston Chops, Deuxave and dbar

STAGE 2:

  • 1:30pm: Mitchell Brumels & Nicholas Foley – Ocean Prime
  • 2:15pm: Nick Deutmeyer – Post 390
  • 3:00pm: Karen Mitchell – The Palm Boston
  • 3:45pm: Dave Becker – Sweet Basil & Juniper

 

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 14TH  

STAGE 1:

  • 1:30pm: Annie Copps – Intellibelly
  • 2:15pm: Daniel Bruce – Meritage Restaurant at the Boston Harbor Hotel
  • 3:00pm: Rachel Klein – RFK Kitchen

STAGE 2:

  • 1:30pm: Brendan Pelley – Pelekasis
  • 2:15pm: Michael Lombardi & Kevin O’Donnell – SRV
  • 3:00pm: Michael Scelfo – Alden & Harlow
  • 3:45pm: Annie Copps – Intellibelly

The Boston Wine Expo will take place at The Seaport Hotel & World Trade Center on February 13 and 14, 2016, from 1:00pm to 5:00pm. This event is reserved for ages 21+. Tickets now are on sale and available by visiting: www.bostonwineexpo.eventbrite.com. Weekend tickets and discount group tickets are also available.

 

The Seaport World Trade Center is located at 200 Seaport Boulevard in Boston, MA. For directions and more information, please visit: www.seaportboston.com.

 

ABOUT THE BOSTON WINE EXPO:

Founded in 1991 by the Boston Guild of Oenophilists, the Boston Wine Expo has grown into one of the most well-known and respected wine events in the country. Over $1,400,000 has been donated to local charities by the Guild including Tufts Medical Center’s Summer Camp Program for Children with Disabilities – the major beneficiary. Over 27 local charities have benefited from the Expo over the event’s history.  Other organizations that have received considerable funding include the New England Center for Homeless Veterans, Dana Farber Cancer Institute’s Pan Mass Challenge and the Massachusetts Coalition for the Homeless. For more information, please visit: www.wine-expos.com.

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