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Vintners and very nice accompaniments on Nantucket

Posted by Kimberly Sherman  May 12, 2009 09:33 AM

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nanwine.jpg The trouble of a ferry ride, and keeping to a schedule are well worth the effort to make it over to Nantucket for its much anticipated Wine Festival this week, May 13-17. Promising Foodees and wine connoisseurs the best of both worlds, while emphasizing the history of bringing together the two, the Nantucket Wine Festival has proven its importance amongst Festivals worldwide. The festival is host to over 100 international wineries, celebrity cooking demonstrations and seminars, the grand tasting, bountiful auction and Luncheon Symposia. Five days of sumptuous cuisine, bouquets and aromas all on an island of paradise. Cost varies per event and location. Check online for a complete schedule so you don't miss a single glass! Call 508-228-1128 for more information.

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