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Northwest Food and Wine Festival
November 16, 2013 @ 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm$75
PORTLAND — The eighth annual Northwest Food and Wine Festival returns to Portland’s Doubletree Hotel Exhibit Hall and Ballroom for an estimated 2,000 wine lovers and gourmet food enthusiasts.
More than 600 wines and 50 food purveyors will be featured as booths operators will include spirits, beers, paté, lamb and kitchen items. Spirits, wines and some food may be purchased for takeout.
The Northwest Food and Wine Festival also will spotlight top entries from its wine competition. Tertulia Cellars in Walla Walla, Wash., was awarded best red wine for its 2009 Phinny Hill Vineyard Carmenere. Alexandria Nicole Cellars in Prosser, Wash., produced the best white wine — the 2012 Crawford Vineyard Viognier.
A new feature will focus on sausages, mushrooms and oyster combinations, and the Bartenders Fedora features mini- cocktail classes designed to show guests how they can improve home bartending skills.
Jay “Bird” Koder and Jim Fisher provide live music.
All food and wine samples are included in the ticket price, which costs $75 for general admission from 5-8 p.m. A $95 VIP ticket will provide access at 4 p.m.