EPCOT Food and Wine Festival Now Open

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A culinary mashup of global cultures and gourmet innovation brings irresistible bites, sips, entertainment and family fun to the 24th Epcot International Food & Wine Festival, August 29 thru November 23, 2019. This year, the celebrated summer-into-fall festival at Walt Disney World Resort will add a dozen extra days, expanding the foodie celebration to a delicious 87 days.

Epcot guests can begin with the aromas and flavors of 30 festive global food and wine marketplaces that extend from Future World to encircle the World Showcase promenade. New marketplaces include the Appleseed Orchard Marketplace, where guests can pair apple-inspired beers, ciders and cocktails like the Apple Blossom Sky while nibbling on Charcuterie and Cheese. Brews, ciders and wines will be offered individually or as flights, and kids of all ages can enjoy a deliciously sweet Frozen Apple Pie drink.

More sweet and savory treats will debut at The Alps Marketplace, a tasty new spot where guests can conjure a snow-capped setting while dipping into a dish of Warm Raclette Swiss Cheese with Baby Potatoes, Cornichons and Baguette, or Venison Stew with Crushed Potatoes paired with refreshing Frozen Rosé.

Guests can also enjoy special tastings and pairings, plus premium dining events featuring chef personalities such as Maneet Chauhan, Rick Bayless, Rock Harper and Florida darling Art Smith. Reservations for special programming and premium festival events can be made by calling (407) WDW-FEST.

Back by popular demand, the Disney du Jour Dance Party in Future World will expand to seven days a week. Sundays through Thursdays, a DJ will lead the interactive fun. Fridays and Saturdays, Radio Disney stars will pump up the mix with live performances. The celebrity lineup includes actress-singer Meg Donnelly (“With U,” Disney Channel’s “Zombies”) Aug. 30-31; Jenna Raine (“A Letter to Me”) Sept. 13-14; Sky Katz (“Like This,” Disney Channel’s “Raven’s Home”) Oct. 11-12; and JAGMAC (“Like a Band”) Oct. 18-19.

Other family activities on tap are Remy’s Ratatouille Hide & Squeak scavenger hunt and the popular Candy Sushi interactive experience.

Families can also enjoy the all-new Emile’s Fromage Montage, where they can sample a variety of delicious cheeses served in inventive ways. Guests can purchase any five cheese dishes from the official Global Marketplaces listed in the Festival Passport and collect a stamp for each cheese dish purchased. Once guests collect all five stamps, they can take the stamped Festival Passport to Shimmering Sips for a complimentary specialty cheesecake unique to the Epcot International Food & Wine Festival.

Throughout the event, guests can dish with their favorite celebrity and Disney chefs and book seats for tasting and dining events in Mexico, France, Italy and other World Showcase pavilions.

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