May 13–17, 2015

Eating and drinking is divine, and connecting with your food is heaven.

Themed events set the table for visiting winemakers from six continents to pop corks on world-class wines.

Collaboration results in delicious meals, new global friendships and fond memories.

Dishes range from the elegant to the quaint, complex to the deconstructed… but always delicious.

A movable feast in seven counties.
Kitchens can pop up in open fields, rustic structures and sentimental spaces.

Opening doors for students to gain culinary experience and collaborate with award-winning chefs from six continents.

Meet winemakers, brewers and distillers when they wax lyrical about their libations.



Click here to read our 2015 Program Guide.

The MidAtlantic Wine + Food Festival™ again brings the world to the MidAtlantic, and the MidAtlantic to the world in 2015. From Wednesday, May 13 through Sunday, May 17, 2015, chefs and winemakers from all over the globe descended upon 7 counties in 4 states on the east coast of the U.S. to collaborate on 35 brunches, lunches, tastings and dinners.

We once again welcomed guests to enjoy one-of-a-kind epicurean experiences, meet and chat with vintners, brewers, distillers and other experts, and take a culinary journey through what frontier historian Frederick Jackson Turner dubbed “the typically American region.”

Click the links above to read about our 60+ International, National and MidAtlantic chefs (2 from Wilmington Sister Cities), and our 23 winemakers and wineries from around the world. We've got chefs and winemakers from 6 continents! (And, hey, if you know an Antarctic chef or winemaker, please, let us know!)


Looking Back

From 2013 to 2014, the Festival engaged 126 chefs and 28 winemakers from 6 continents,  issued 6,500 tickets, and sold out 46 events. The Festival has drawn attendees from more than 15 countries, 17 states and 173 zip codes. We invited students from 4 high school culinary programs into Festival kitchens.

In 2014, Festival events took place in 14 cities and towns, in 4 counties and 2 states. In 2015, we are extending our reach into more of the places that make the MidAtlantic unique.

Cheers to 2016!