Asheville Wine & Food Festival

Asheville Wine & Food Festival

August 17-18, 2018
Savor every minute of Asheville's biggest culinary weekend event! Find out why our "Foodtopia" is getting so much national attention. Meet many food and wine makers and taste their creations. The Asheville Wine & Food Festival is a delicious time of food, drink, and fun. This year, the Grand Tasting is outdoors both days at Park Square (pics from 2017).

Asheville Wine & Food Festival

Asheville was named “New Top City for Wine in the United States” by The Travel Channel. The area receives many accolades for innovative and local food. Southern Living has listed Asheville among the “Tastiest Towns in the South.” The Asheville Wine & Food Festival brings together the finest wines, exceptional restaurants, craft beer, spirits, sodas, teas and handcrafted foods. Meander from tent to tent, sampling along the way.

  • Friday & Saturday Grand Tasting, 1-5 PM Pack Square Park: Meet and enjoy the many flavors of local restaurants, wineries, distilleries, breweries and hand crafted foods. Chef demos. 
  • Saturday "Sweet & Savory" 6-8 PM Renaissance Hotel: Enjoy amazing desserts, restaurants, wines, brews and cocktails in luxury as you listen to great music and relax. 

Chris Prieto BBQ

In 2017, visitors watched demonstrations by Christopher Prieto, a celebrity BBQ Pitmaster and cookbook author.

Asheville Wine and Food Festival

Discover many new food items and beverages to enjoy all year back home.

Asheville Food & Wine Festival

Take home some souvenirs like these fabulous wine glasses.

Buy tickets in advance and you bypass the ticket line! Attendees must be ages 21 and over. Tickets at the gate also. For more information and tickets for the Asheville Wine and Food Festival, go to their website.

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