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Dulles Expo Center 4368 Chantilly Shopping Center, Chantilly, Virginia 20153

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Virginia Wine (and Food) Showcase

The area’s hottest wine and food showcase comes to Westfields Marriott, Chantilly, Saturday and Sunday February 12 and 13, 2011. Wine enthusiasts will enjoy some of Virginia’s most hard-to-find artisan wines produced by local wineries – as well as food and wine tastings and pairings featuring prominent personalities. Among the chefs to be featured include: Warren Brown, CakeLove Café; Executive Chef Rich Rosendale, The Greenbrier; Gennaro and Chiara Lima, Mamma Agata’s Cooking School; Chef Bernard Henry, former executive chef, Open Kitchen; Executive Chef John Emerson, Wegmans grocery stores, and more.

For the past four years, the Virginia Wine (and Food) Showcase has provided Washington area residents with a line up of informative seminars that have become popular with both the novice and the connoisseur. Visitors will be able to enjoy unlimited wine tastings of over 300 world-class Virginia wines, ranging from dry and semi-dry table wines to sparkling fruit and dessert wines. The goal of the gala Showcase weekend is to offer wine lovers the opportunity to sample Virginia’s large variety of award-winning, locally grown wines all in one place, all in one day. Hotel space is currently available for couples seeking a Valentine Weekend Getaway. Tickets per person for the tastings run $45 at the door, $36 online, and $20 for non-drinkers. (www.vawineshowcase.org).

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