Guests at this year’s Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin Food & Wine Classic will get to enjoy new experiences announced today, including an all-new brunch offering as well as two new beverage seminars.
The popular event returns for its seventh year on Friday, October 28, and Saturday, October 29 and now guests can enjoy it an extra day with the addition of a Sunday Champagne Brunch at Il Mulino New York Trattoria on October 30. According to the press release, the brunch will feature a lavish menu of traditional and unconventional dishes.
The brunch, presented by J Vineyards and Winery, will include various cured meats and imported cheeses along with an array of sushi and trattoria-inspired entrees.
The Sunday Champagne Brunch can be booked along with a 2-night stay or Saturday night stay festival package for $75 per person, which includes one glass of J Vineyards champagne or specialty mimosa. Available seatings are at 10 a.m., 11:30 a.m. and 1 p.m.
The two new beverage seminars, Craft Cocktails and More than Malbec, join the already stellar lineup of Wine Blending, Italian Wines, Base to Bubbles, Beer Please and TQU: Tequila University. Returning pairing seminars The Cheese Course, Pasta Making and Fine Art of Sushi and Sake round out the lineup.
Along with the Sunday Champagne Brunch, event attendees can experience two new seminars that have been added to the selection of hands-on educational experiences taught by members of the hotel’s award-winning food and beverage team. The new spirits seminar, Craft Cocktails, educates guests on the origins of traditional cocktails and how to make them. More than Malbec introduces the world of popular Argentinian wines, with tastings and tips for pairing.
Beverage seminar tickets are $50 per person, and pairing seminar tickets are $70 per person and require the purchase of the general outdoor causeway ticket.
The event offers fans 40 stations of unlimited tastings from more than 30 wineries and the hotel’s award-winning restaurants with live entertainment to enjoy. There’s also an upgrade option for access to a beer garden filled with craft beers and Oktoberfest-inspired cuisine.
For more info on the 2016 food menu and how to get tickets to the event and seminars, fans can visit the official site.