If you're searching for the perfect event to start the month of November, the Seeing Red Wine Festival is a great choice. This event will be in Seaside off Highway 30A and will provide plenty of great fun. Wine, food, music and fun will be found here, along with a great look at the ocean from the event.
This will be the 23rd annual festival and it will provide four days of fun. Starting on Thursday, October 31st and running until Sunday, November 3rd, this celebration will bring plenty of fun as the wine will be flowing throughout. This charming beach town will provide tasting tents, retail wine tents and so much more throughout the weekend. Events include:
Vintner’s Dinner at Bud & Alley's Restaurant - Thursday, October 31st at 7pm
The annual Fall Wine Dinner will be held at Bud & Alley's to kick off the festival. This event will feature Jed Steele from Steele Winery and will cost $125 per person. Reservations are required.
Al Fresco Reserve Wine Tasting - Friday, November 1st from 6pm to 8:30pm
Passionate wine enthusiasts and eager beginners will love this event. It will be held at the Seaside Ruskin Place Park with an elegant evening planned. Enjoy sampling the rarest wines at the festival with pairing including hors d'oeuvres from Chef Jim Shirley. Grapevine will provide Jazz music for the event and admission is $185. This event is limited to a specific number of reservations.
Seeing Red Wine Festival Grand Tasting - Saturday, November 2nd from 1pm to 4pm
An afternoon of wine, music and food, this beautiful scenery will provide the perfect setting for the grand tasting. Sample all types of wine from all over the world, enjoy plenty of great entertainment and sample plenty of hors d'oeuvres from local restaurants. The "Savor South Walton Culinary Demo Stage" will also be a part of this event. Admission is $120.
A Celebration of Bubbles - Sunday, November 3rd at 11am
The Great Southern Cafe will provide the finale to a great weekend. This event will be a celebration of sparkling wines and will include great music and plenty of food. Admission is limited and $50 per person.