Wicked Winter Guide

Wicked Winter Guide

Wicked Winter Guide

Starting tomorrow, Thursday January 12, it’s the return of the country’s longest running wine and food festival.  For 34 years, the Boston Wine and Food Festival has been serving, educating, and entertaining food and wine enthusiasts.

Happily, there’s plenty of time to get to the Boston Harbor Hotel and enjoy the festivities. It’s a 3 month long festival featuring winemaker-hosted dinners, seminars, brunches, theme events and of course that view! Sip, nosh and take in the scenery from Boston’s beautiful waterfront at the Boston Harbor Hotel. It all kicks off tomorrow (Thursday) with a special evening highlighting one of Napa Valley’s most celebrated wineries, Staglin Family Vineyard. Tickets for this 4 course meal and tasting are here.

Ticket information and more event details about the Boston Wine and Food Festival are listed below.

  • Tickets, get your tickets here

    There is no general admission ticket. Each event has tickets to purchase and the prices range from $65 to nearly $1000! Keep in mind some events are sold-out already. I will include a few of the more affordable events and tickets below.

  • January 22: Cocktail Jazz Brunch

    As the event listing states, “Join us for a relaxing brunch featuring live jazz, innovative food, and creative cocktail stations. Create your own Bloody Mary or step up to the Whiskey Smash Station. This walk around brunch will showcase Chef David Daniels healthy and fresh menu including omelets, fresh fruit bar, waffles, and delicious pastries. Liven up your winter weekend and make The Cocktail Jazz Brunch a MUST on your social calendar!

    Time is 11:30

    Tickets are $125 and available HERE.

  • February 3: Chocolates and Spirits

    Sweet & Sassy- Chocolate and Cocktail Pairings

    It’s a pop-up tasting at 6:00pm in Foster’s Room. Tickets are $65 and available HERE

    Not only are well-made cocktails a pleasure to sip on solo, they’re also fabulous paired with food. We can’t think of a better partner for crafted concoctions than morsels of delicious chocolate! Join educator and writer Adam Centamore for this unique Pop-Up Tasting – an evening of amazing cocktail and chocolate pairings. You’ll enjoy drinks made from tequila, vodka, and bourbon, each expertly matched with chocolates in ways that will have you smiling sip after sip and bite after bite.  ” (bowineandfoodfestival.com)


  • February 4: Wines of Chile Master Class

    This Master Class begins at 4:00pm in the South Atlantic Room. Tickets are $75 and available HERE. 

    “Chilean wine carries on its shoulders the pride of South American wines.Highly concentrated in fruit, yet still incredibly sophisticated, the many microclimates and the unique terroir of this country produce wines that are as rich as they are complex. Chilean wines embody the ethos of the Andes and the cold breezes of the Pacific.”

    Join Julio Alonso, Executive Director of Wines of Chile for this Master Class to taste and learn about this exciting wine region that has been producing wines for hundreds of years!

  • March 9: Brandlin Wine Dinner

    Dinner will be served at 7:00pm in the Meritage Room. Tickets are $225 and available HERE.

    “Rebecca George has set the world on fire. As winemaker for Brandlin wines, she is one of the rising stars of the California Wine world. She has brought her skill and expertise to Brandlin Estate. Join Brandlin Estate and Rebecca George for this celebration of Napa with a four-course pairing menu created by Executive Chef, David Daniels.”

  • March 18: Champagne Lanson Wine Dinner

    Dinner will be served at 7:00pm in the Meritage Room. Tickets are $225 and available HERE. 

    This elegant dinner will be paired in 4-courses by Chef Daniels. You will enjoy  some of the finest seafood offerings fresh from New England.

    “Founded in 1760, Lanson is not only one of Champagne’s oldest Grande Marques, but also one of its most fascinating. If you were to make a list of Champagne’s most dependable and age worthy wines, Lanson would have to be near the top. Renowned for its unique style,
    join us as we explore the authentic and unique style of this legendary house. Renowned for the freshness and vitality of its wines, including Le Black Label, Le Rosé, Le Green Label (organic), Le Vintage 2009 and 2012, they very allocated Le Clos Lanson 2007 and some truly rare wine from their cellars in Reims!”

  • Address and Parking

    The Boston Harbor Hotel is located at 70 Rowes Wharf, Boston, MA 02110 on Atlantic Avenue. Valet and self-parking are available in the Rowes Wharf underground garage managed by Laz Parking.

    Valet Rate: $60

    Self Parking Rate: $18 *After 4 p.m.

    Credit Cards Accepted – MC/VISA/AMEX*

    The Boston Harbor Hotel is also conveniently located within walking distance of several MBTA Public Transportation stops including the Aquarium stop on the Blue Line and South Station, which is accessible by several lines including the Commuter Rail.

    Thank you BOStoday for sharing a taste of what's to come at the 34th Annual Boston Wine & Food!#BostonHarbor #ThePreferredLife #BelieveInTravel #BostonWineandFoodFestival #Wine #VisitBoston

    Posted by Boston Harbor Hotel on Thursday, January 5, 2023
  • All Events

    You’ll find the complete list of events, including the above and the sold-out experiences here:



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