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Thursday, January 31, 2008

February 2008 Wine Events

The event database is growing rapidly for the 2008 wine season in the United States and Canada. For those looking for wine festivals in February, here is a short list of events in a few states:

5th Avenue Fine Art & Wine – Scottsdale: Feb 15th-17th
Carefree Fine Art and Wine Festival – Carefree: February 29th-March 2nd

Truffles, Tidbits and Wine Tasting – Pleasanton: February 7th
San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition – San Francisco: February 16th

District of Columbia
Washington D.C. International Wine & Food Festival - Ronald Reagan International Trade Center: February 29th-March 2nd

South Beach Wine and Food Festival - Miami: February 21st-24th
17th Annual Space Coast Wine & Beer Festival - King Center for the Performing Arts, Melbourne: Feb 24th

17th Annual Boston Wine Expo - Seaport World Trade Center, Boston: February 9th-10th
Extreme Beer Fest - Boston Center for the Arts, Boston: February 15th-16th

Chocolate Wine Trail – Hermann Wine Trail: February 16th-17th

5th Annual Flying Fez Wine Tasting Festival - Bedouin Shrine Temple, Muskogee: February 23rd

Oregon Seafood and Wine Festival - The Oregon Convention Center, Portland: Feb 1st-2nd
Newport Seafood & Wine Festival - Rogue Ales Brewery, Newpor: February 22nd-24th

Wine & Chocolate Valentine's Weekend – Berks County Wine Trail: February 9th-10th

South Carolina
Winter Parrot Head Festival - La Belle Amie Vineyard: February 23rd
Charleston Food + Wine Festival - Marion Square Park, Charleston: February 28-March 2nd

Virginia Wine Showcase - Dulles Expo Center, Chantilly: February 9th-10th
Virginia Wine Expo - Greater Richmond Convention Center - Richmond: February 16th-17th

Red Wine & Chocolate – Lake Chelan Wineries: February 8th-17th

1 comment:

Flying Fez Wine Festival said...

The Bedouin Shrine Flying Fez unit is proud to announce the 7th Annual Flying Fez Wine Tasting Festival . This year's festival will be held Saturday February 27th , 2010 from 11am-7pm at the Bedouin Shrine Temple located at 201 S. 6th St in Muskogee, OK . Admission is $10.00 per person . 14 Oklahoma wineries will be attending this year making it the largest event to date . Each winery will have their products available for tasting as well as for purchase . The festival also offers live music by Mike Dunn and friends , food by The Canebrake Restaurant and a spring fashion shows sponsored by Dillard's . Discounted room rates are available for wine festival attendees through Fairfield Inn and Suites Marriott Muskogee .

This is now the largest wine festival in the state and promotes only Oklahoma made wines .

Proceeds go to the Bedouin Shrine Flying Fez unit and are not tax deductible .

All information , including advance passes , can be found at or by calling Rick at 918-348-0376 .