Annual Wine & Food Week returns to Woodland in June

wine and food weekthe popular wine-focused extravagant culinary extravaganza with a week’s worth of events, returns to The Woodlands from June 5-11.

With a chef competition and grand tasting on June 10th, Wine & Food Week is one of the biggest showcases of the year, bringing together local restaurants and world wines.

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Tickets are currently available for the following events:

June 5th: The week starts with “Taste of Australia” Wine dinner at Harrison’s at Woodlands Resort. $130 for a 7-course dinner paired with Australian wines.

June 7th: “Wine of the World” is your passport to tasting wine paired with international cuisine at the Woodlands Waterway Marriott Hotel & Convention Center. Tickets are $55.

June 8th: “Roseway: Sweet Soiree” A fashion show and wine tasting of rosé, white and sparkling wines at the Peach Orchard event venue in spring. Tickets are $75 ($125 for reserved seating at the fashion show).

June 9th: “Grape Ladies” will offer a panel discussion by female leaders in the wine industry, a tasting station and a kaiseki lunch. Held at the club at Carlton Woods Clubhouse, tickets cost $150.

June 9th: “Bite, bubble, taste” A casual evening out with wine, beer, craft spirits, food and live music. Held at the Woodlands Waterway Marriott Hotel & Convention Center, tickets are $45.

June 10th: This week’s premiere event, Wine Rendezvous Grand Tasting & Chef Showcase It features demonstrations and cooking by dozens of local and national chefs and over 500 world wines. Held at the Woodlands Waterway Marriott Hotel & Convention Center, the event will also include a Chef of Chefs culinary competition judged by culinary experts. Tickets are $150 ($200 tickets include access to the VIP lounge with fine wines).

June 11th: “La Dolce Vita Sparkling Brunch” Sunday Brunch at Sorriso Modern Italian Kitchen at The Westin at The Woodlands. His $75 reservation for brunch with a guided tasting of Italian wines.

Chefs and restaurants participating in the Grand Tasting and Chef Contest include Niki Vonton of Hidden Omakase, Alex Auyoung of Katie’s Fat Eatery, Beatrice Martinez of Shalisco on the Woodlands and Pacha Nikkei. Mr. Masaru Fukada and others are included.

This year’s event honors longtime journalist, Texas Monthly editor and restaurant critic Patricia Sharpe.

Find out more about Wine & Food Week and buy tickets below.

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