Epcot Food and Wine FestivalWorld Showcase Lagoon
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Every year during early autumn, Walt Disney World guests can immerse themselves in cultural experiences from around the globe or sip to learn at a wine seminar. They can expand their culinary repertoire at one of many cooking demonstrations or drop by the Specialty Beer Garden. The opportunities are many when Future World and World Showcase overflow with first-rate food, wine and beer experiences during the six-week-long Epcot International Food and Wine Festival September through November.
**Showtimes change weekly ... look for up to date show times in park maps distributed at your resort and in the parks.
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Love this! on 7/31/2016 by Jodi Pew
This is my favorite time of the year to visit WDW and especially EPCOT. With MNSSHP happening in the MK during this time as well, you get two special events if you visit during this time. The F&W Fest is such a fun event with demonstrations, the Eat to the Beat concert series, great goodies to sample, and just an all around festive atmosphere. The only thing I don't like are the added crowds in EPCOT. But it goes with any special event, so you just smile and work with it. We'll be enjoying it again in October!
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Food & Wine begins today! on 9/28/2012 by Ser Alan
The food and wine festival is my favorite event of the year at Walt Disney World! This year it begins today on September 28th and runs all the way til November 7th. I can hardly wait to eat my way around the World Showcase yet again.Read reviews by Ser Alan
I love this festival! on 11/10/2005 by Ser Alan
The Food & Wine Festival has got to be about the most fun festival of all! How can you beat bunches of new eating opportunities . I don't know about the wine, but I sure do like the food. Here are my favorites for 2005: Mexican Chilaquiles and the Hummus in Morocco . In Australia we saw the most delightful presentation/demonstration on the didjeridoo or "yiggi yiggi" as some aborigines call it. That one is definitely worth catching.
I highly recommend the Food & Wine Festival Read reviews by Ser Alan