El Paso Wine & Food

El Paso Wine & Food Festival Announces Line-up Tickets on Sale Now for Ninth Annual Festival in Downtown El Paso, October 15, 2022

El Paso Wine & Food Festival is pleased to announce the line-up of chefs, restaurants, wine, and musicians scheduled to participate in the ninth annual event on Saturday, October 15, 2022. The festival runs from 1:00 to 5:00 p.m. downtown El Paso, across from San Jacinto Plaza. This is El Paso’s premier wine and food event.

El Paso Winefest brings together the stars of El Paso’s culinary scene with acclaimed local chefs and wine experts. Located in the heart of downtown El Paso, the event will feature 400 wines from around the world, plus food from 20 of El Paso’s finest restaurants. In addition to tastings, selected participating wineries will offer discounted bottles of wine for sale in a fully functional wine store. Representatives from some of the world’s top wineries will be on hand to showcase their wines and answer questions.

Sponsorships are available, including a Reserve Tasting event on Thursday, October 13, early admission to the Grand Tasting on October 15, and other benefits. Single tickets to the grand tasting are $125 each, and groups of 12 tickets are available for $1250. VIP tickets with access to exceptional tasting experiences and reserved seating areas are available for $175 each. Tickets are on sale now, and more information is available on our website.

Proceeds will support Rotary Club of El Paso projects, including Children’s Holiday Party and Book Distribution, RotaCare El Paso Medical Clinic, Rotary Youth Leadership Awards, International Youth Exchange, Rotary Wheels Bikes for Kids, and Ramp Builds to assist disabled and homebound individuals.
“Where else can you enjoy such a fabulous setting, sample great food and fantastic wines, and walk away feeling great, knowing that you touched hundreds of lives through Rotary projects?” said Mayela Macias, President of the Rotary Club of El Paso. “It’s not only an extraordinary value; it’s an extraordinary cause.”

Wineries – About 400 Premium Wines
Duckhorn, Silver Oak, Black Stallion, Moet, Hennessy, Hess, Rombauer, Bogle, Amici, Paul Hobbs, Ramey, Trefethen, and more.

Restaurants – About 20 Expected
Ambar, Crave, DH Lescombes, Dragon Fly, Entrecote, Hallelujah BBQ, Mesa Street Grill, 150 Sunset, 1700 Steakhouse, Park Tavern, Podium Finish, Pot au Feu, Ruli’s, Ruth’s Chris, Sushi Itto, and many more.

Musical entertainment by Julio Ortiz
Local Artists
This year’s event will also feature local artists’ works that will be performing during the Grand Tasting event on October 15. A unique commemorative poster designed for the event by Paola Martinez will also be available.


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