Boston Wine Expo - February 16 & 17 at the Seaport World Trade Center
Enjoy a weekend in February at the Boston Wine Expo at the Seaport World Trade Center. You'll enjoy wine tastings, chef demonstrations and so much more. When attending the Boston Wine Expo, you'll receive a souvenir glass, magazine with all the details, access to wine samples, food samples, and much more.
Jean-Charles Boisset & Gina Gallo seminar
Two Distinct Wineries, One Family: Wines from Two Continents with Jean-Charles Boisset and Gina Gallo.
Celebrity Chef Stages
Two stages spotlight the hottest chefs in New England throughout the weekend, featuring Ming Tsai (Blue Ginger) and Barbara Lynch (Sportello, No. 9 Park, Menton, B&G Oysters, and The Butcher Shop).
Chris Douglass - Ashmont Grille and Tavolo
Jose Duarte - Taranta
Dan Enos - Oceanaire Seafood Room
Richard Garcia - 606 Congress
Andy Husbands - Tremont 647 & Sister Sorel
Kevin Long - Empire, Tosca and Red Lantern
Pino Maffeo - Lucia
Dante de Magistris - Restaurant Dante
Richard Rayment - Seaport World Trade Center
Robert Tobin - Aura at the Seaport Hotel
Roseann Tully - Roseann Tully's Intermezzo Magazine
Josh Ziskin - LaMorra
David Venable - QVC Program Host
David Venable be on the Boston Wine Expo Celebrity Chef Stage. While not a chef, Venable, well-known to his dedicated fans as “Your Resident Foodie,” loves to cook and his passion revolves around all things food.
Tiffani Faison - TOP CHEF
Stop by the xfinity Lounge on Sunday, February 17th to chat with Tiffani Faison, a finalists on the first season of Bravo's reality show, Top Chef.
Wine 101: Taste Like
a Pro with Wine Spectator's Director of Education, Gloria Maroti Frazee
In this seminar, you taste wine from around the world, learning techniques used by pros, identify key wine styles and determine your own wine preference. Whether you're a beginner or experienced wine drinker, you’ll have fun, learn a lot, and take home handouts that you can use to share tastings with friends
If you are visiting the Boston Marriott Burlington, we are minutes from the Alewife Train Station making it easy to get to the Boston Wine Expo.