Boston is home to one of the most celebrated and highly regarded wine festivals in the world held at the exquisite Boston Harbor Hotel. The event has a highly anticipated lineup of events to commemorate the festival’s 30th anniversary. The man of the hour, Chef Daniel Bruce who created the Boston Wine Festival will present an all-star lineup of winemaker-hosted dinners, seminars, receptions and brunches for this milestone anniversary.
For three decades, Chef Bruce and Boston Harbor Hotel have welcomed top winemakers from around the world to Boston for this one-of-a-kind celebration of food and wine.
“For 30 years we’ve been welcoming some of the most renowned winemakers in the world and emerging talent to the Boston Wine Festival and I’m thrilled to introduce the fantastic partners that are joining us forthis milestone year,” says Chef Bruce. “There’s always something new to explore at the festival, whether it’syour first year joining us or your 30th. My approach to menu creation for our wine dinners has always been tasting the wines first then developing a menu based on the flavor profiles. Each wine we’re presenting has its own story, so it allows us to create a unique menu for each dinner that really celebrates these fantastic winesand the winemakers who create them.”
Some of the 2019 Boston Wine Festival highlights; a new festival tradition, the first annual charity reception Uncorked for a Cause (February 15) in partnership with Share our Strength. Hosted by designer and personality, Taniya Nayak, the walk-around style event will feature wines from around the world with small plates from Chef Bruce and complete with a show-stopping wine wall auction. Other notable dinners and events debuting at the festival this year include; Copper Cane (January 24), Halter Ranch Vineyard (February 13), Domaine François Villard (February 21) and DeLille Cellars (March 1).