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Wilmington Wine & Food Festival Gears Up For Main Event With Swine, Wine & Spirits

By Jessica Maurer, posted Jan 30, 2019
Collard chowder, a Swine, Wine & Spirits dish. The event takes place Feb. 9. (Photo courtesy of Wilmington Wine & Food Festival)

The Wilmington Wine & Food Festival will host Swine, Wine & Spirits from 6 to 9 p.m. Feb. 9 at the historic firehouse at 5th and Castle streets. 

The evening will feature food from Southern Smoke BBQ and Rx Restaurant, as well as tastings of red, white and sparkling wine, and craft cocktails from featured North Carolina distilleries. Mon Âme Chocolate & Wine Bar will be sampling chocolates and taking wine orders with special event pricing. 

Guests will enjoy live music from the Jared Show while browsing a local artist auction and voting on artwork to represent the 2019 Wilmington Wine & Food Festival, which will take place May 16-19 in downtown Wilmington.

Advance tickets are required at $50 per person or $90 per couple and include the barbecue dinner, wine and cocktail tastings, and two drink tickets per person for the cash bar. 

Tickets are available online.

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