Grand Tasting Time at Seeing Red Wine Festival

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Taste-test your way through our wide variety of wine on Saturday, November 5th during the 26th Annual Seeing Red Wine Festival's Grand Tasting in Seaside's Downtown Central Square. Enjoy a sunny afternoon of live music and soaking up the town's charm while you sniff, swirl, and sip your way through our selection of over 250 wines. Check out the gulf-to-table, fresh local food from several of South Walton's famed restaurants including Great Southern Café, Wild Olives Market, Brotula's, and more! 

Be sure to make your way back into Ruskin Place to enjoy more wine selections and delightful bites from the famous Seaside Farmers Market. The tasting and fun continues across 30A on the south side with more wine, food, and live music. Don’t miss these fantastic selections.

Every wine-drinking pro will want access to our VIP tent, but not everyone can get it. Buy your VIP ticket to be among the first to quench your thirst with the wines of your dreams in a breezy lounge. The VIP Saturday ticket includes early entry at noon to the VIP tent and lounge on Lyceum Lawn. In addition to an exclusive selection of wine and spirits at the VIP bar, ticket-holders will enjoy meet & greets and exclusive tastings with wine celebrities William Mercer of Mercer Wine and Dave Guffy of the Hess Collection who will be signing bottles purchased from the retail tent. VIPs will also receive extra festival merchandise and can enjoy live music by Chris Alvarado, small bites by 45 Central Wine Bar, and some good old college football.

Once you've tasted the wine of your dreams, stop by the retail tent to take your favorites home with you. You can also purchase Seeing Red merchandise at the festival along with DCWAF's super comfy wine-drinking shirts. Visit our online store for early purchasing so you and a your friends can wear them throughout the festival weekend. Saturday tickets are limited, so click HERE to buy your tickets before they are gone.

Cheers!

- Melissa Vidaurre 


Posted on Friday, October 14, 2016

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