24th Annual Seeing Red Wine Festival

It’s that time of year again. The cool crisp air is settling in as November rolls around and that means it’s time for the 24th Annual Seeing Red Wine Festival.

Destin Charity Wine Auction Foundation (DCWAF) is joining the festival in Seaside this year and 100% of the event proceeds will benefit Northwest Florida children in need.

The tasting tents will be set up in Seaside with samples of wine from around the world. This pristine and hospitable all American beach town offers guest a relaxing atmosphere to enjoy great wine, great food and great music.

The festival events kick off on Thursday, November 6th at 7pm with Vintner’s Dinner at Bud and Alley’s Restaurant. Jed Steele of Steele Winery will be the special guest vintner this year. Admission for this event is $125 and there are a limited number of reservations. For reservations call 850.231.1846.

On Friday, November 7th from 6-8 you can enjoy the Al Fresco Reserve Tasting.

Held on Seaside’s Lyceum Lawn this event includes an evening of sampling rare, exclusive wines paired with superb hors d’oeuvres and live music under a clear-top tent. Admission is $200 and reservations are limited for this event as well.

The 24th Annual Seeing Red Wine Festival Grand Tasting kicks off on Saturday, November 8th from 1pm to 4pm. You can sample and expand your wine knowledge in this event that promises an extensive array of wines from around the world as well as live music and incredible food from local restaurants. Your favorite wines will be available for purchase at amazing prices. Admission for this event is $145.

On the last day of the festival, Sunday, November 9th, there is the Celebration of Bubbles featuring sparkling wines from around the world paired with great food and live music.

Sea Oats Motel and Management Company has enjoyed this festival for the past 23 years and is looking forward to another great festival this year.

Come and join us for the festival fun and sample some of the best wines in the world in the beautiful little beach town we call Seaside.

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