Located at the Edmonton Convention Centre, the Rocky Mountain Wine and Food Festival (RMWFF) showcases decadent bites from over 35 restaurants along with tasty sips from more than 200 wineries, breweries, cideries and distilleries.
What to Drink
This year offers a tantalizing beverage line-up. Look for Troubled Monk’s Epitaph Gin — a spirit that gives your favourite go-to cocktails a delish blue twist — Crossmount Cider Company’s crisp and delicious sips, 40 Knots Winery’s clean and ethical wines, and many more.
What to Eat
No need to fear, foodies, RMWFF is stacked with incredible eats this year. With amazing bites from restaurants such as Malt & Mortar, Nandos Canada, Happy Hour Gelato and so much more, be sure you bring your appetite.
New to the festival this year, Sunshine Village Ski & Snowboard Resort has its very own ski-inspired cocktail area. With a new Bubbly Boulevard, beer garden, stunning new flower wall photo booth (designed by Flower Wall Boutique), plus a DJ, the reasons to attend — and the insta-worthy opportunities — are endless!
Love supporting local businesses? RMWFF is partnering with Sobeys and Safeway Liquor to bring you Choose Local, a program that celebrates Alberta-made craft beverages! Choose Local showcases over 37 Alberta-based breweries, distilleries and cideries pouring delectable homegrown sips at this year’s event. Local never tasted so darn good.
Tickets for each tasting session can be purchased online or at the door, while quantities last. To purchase tickets and learn more about the festival, please visit www.rockymountainwine.com.Treat yourself to this year’s festival where happiness never tasted so good!
Friday evening, 5 to 10 p.m.
Saturday afternoon 12 to 4 p.m.
Saturday evening 6 to 10 p.m.
Event Details Rocky Mountain Wine & Food Festival, November 8 & 9
Edmonton Convention Centre, Halls A-C;
9797 Jasper Ave, Edmonton, AB RockyMountainWine.com
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