Wine & Dine Wisconsin, Milwaukee’s “grand tasting event,” is a food and wine lover’s paradise. One ticket is all you need to enter the great hall – all 130,000 square feet of it, 40 percent bigger than in 2009 – to sip, taste and learn – from 120 exhibitors and 40+ chefs and presenters on the Chefs, Culinary, Cooks, and Wine & Libations stages – also sampling. All exhibitor food, wine, beer and spirits samples and stage presentations – plus the Robert Mondavi Discover Wine tour, The Club, and the Stella Artois beer garden – are included in your ticket price of $39 in advance available at www.WineAndDineWisconsin.com through Tuesday, Sept. 28. At-the-door $49. Critic’s Choice – featuring many of Carol Deptolla’s Top 30 restaurants in a special tasting area – and 11 classroom seminars on wine, spirits, beer and food – are SEPARATELY TICKETED and should be purchased in advance.
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