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WGBY Wine Lovers' Weekend

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Western New England’s Largest Wine, Beer, and Food Tasting Event

Supporting public television never tasted so great! Get your tasting palate ready for WGBY’s 2016 Wine Lovers’ Weekend at the Springfield Marriott the weekend of March 4–5.  Tickets On Sale Now »

WGBY Wine Lovers’ Tasting — Friday, March 4

Taking up two grand ballrooms at the Springfield Marriott in the center of Western New England will be more than 300 wines, craft brews, and ciders along with specialty foods from area chefs and food artisans. (Stay tuned for a complete list of wines and foods.)

Come experience the largest tasting of its kind in the region. Wines provided in sponsorship with Big Y and Table & Vine.

This year’s WGBY fundraising event will again put food on the tasting menu, as celebrity foodie and Pioneer Valley native Joanne Weir will be on hand to dish up some memorable morsels.

Weir is host of the WGBY Create programs, “Cooking Class with Joanne Weir,” “Weir Cooking in the City,” and “Joanne Weir Gets Fresh.” She is a James Beard Award-winning cookbook author, international cooking teacher, and renowned chef. 

WGBY Wine Lovers' Weekend 2016 with celebrity guest Chef Joanne WeirDemonstration Luncheon — Saturday, March 5

Following the popular Friday night tasting, WGBY is hosting two culinary events for food lovers and connoisseurs on Saturday, March 5, beginning with a special luncheon at Mama Iguana’s in Northampton.

Chef Weir, who owns Copita Tequileria y Comida in Sausalito, Calif., will demonstrate her cooking techniques and areas of expertise. Tequila and wine at the event will be arranged by Table & Vine.

Tickets to the luncheon are limited and are one sale now for $50 (plus $28 for her new book, which she will be available to sign).

WGBY Wine Lovers’ Dinner — Saturday, March 5

Reserve seats today for WGBY’s seven-course meal with wine pairings. Learn firsthand about gourmet foods and wines from celebrity WGBY Create chef Joanne Weir.

Tickets to the Wine Lovers’ Dinner are limited — so act quickly!

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