The Boston Wine Festival
The Boston Wine Festival features an all-star lineup of intimate winemaker hosted dinners, seminars and receptions taking place from January through March. Join us at one or several of the exciting events featured at the Boston Wine Festival including many of the best wineries and top personalities from the world of wine.
*Due to directives issued by the City of Boston and the State of Massachusetts Department of Public Health, the remaining events of the 2020 Boston Wine Festival have been cancelled. All guests who have purchased tickets to events between now and March 27, will be receiving full refunds in the coming week.
Our team thanks all guests for a successful season. We look forward to welcoming wine & food enthusiasts back for a Summer Wine Festival Pop-Up featuring the vineyards of these cancelled events, in addition to an exciting 32nd annual Boston Wine Festival ahead.
What a run at the Boston Wine Festival!
The longevity and levity are a testament to your untiring devotion to excellence and personal touch. It has been my extreme pleasure joining with you on this long running event. It is a wine industry standard that will live in a swirling glass memory forever.
A Story of Love, Sharing and Friendship
I remember the first time I saw Chef Daniel Bruce, it was in Nantucket and he had a big T Bone on his hand, ready to be cooked. I told myself, this is the guy for a next pairing ! One year later, we had this wonderful Cos d’Estournel experience for the 25th Boston Wine Festival. The BWF is a great opportunity to live the best moments between food, wine and vintners. The organization is so amazing that we could compare it to the Haute Couture. But above all, it is a story of love, sharing and friendship.
One of the Best Culinary Events in the Country
Our family is proud that we have shared Heitz Cellars wines at the Boston Wine Festival for three generations.
In 1989, Chef Bruce had an exciting idea to create one-of-a-kind menus paired exclusively with the best wines in the country. It was an instant hit with wine lovers, and it has always been one of the best culinary events in the country.
Chef Bruce and his staff never fail to surprise and delight
My dad and I have loved hosting wine dinners at the Boston Wine Festival from the very beginning. Chef Bruce and his staff never fail to surprise and delight with their wonderful, creative approach to food and wine – producing unforgettable synergy between what’s on the plate and what’s in the glass. Maybe it’s a Boston thing but the guests are always open to new things and a lot of fun to spend an evening with.