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MidAtlantic Wine and Food Festival Virtual Tour

The MidAtlantic Wine and Food Festival May 14th to 18th. Take the virtual tour to enter to win your tickets to go!

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    Our events are the perfect way to enjoy world-class wine and food with your significant-other, family and friends. Photos by Joel Plotkin Photography.
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    Chef Dana Herbert, owner of Desserts by Dana and winner of TLC’s Cake Boss: The Next Great Baker hosts an extravaganza featuring A Play on Breakfast including Applewood bacon French toast, caramelized apples, rosemary caramel, almond lace and bacon tuile, bacon icon cream, carrot cake waffle, crispy chicken, bacon cream cheese spread, candied carrot and bacon, and a maple drizzle. Photos by Joel Plotkin Photography.
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    The Pop-Up Restaurant 2020 at Vicmead Hunt Club featured courses including a pineapple and roasted red pepper soup with pink shrimp ceviche and smoked paprika cracker and paired with Yellowglen Pink. Photos by Joel Plotkin Photography.
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    Chefs enjoy showcasing their talents and working alongside other esteemed chefs at events including the Winemakers Dinner at Oberod. Photos by Joel Plotkin Photography.
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    Guests at the Winemakers Dinner at Oberod enjoyed a decadent dessert by Pastry Chef Kim Tavoni that featured a framboise torte, raspberry mousse, layered with almond joconde sponge cake and chocolate ganache and glazed with Couverture chocolate and garnished with chocolate shavings and caramelized raspberry spike and red wine reduction. Photos by Joel Plotkin Photography.
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    Take your taste buds on a culinary journey with this dessert featuring sweet and spicy elements to make for an unforgettable dessert. Photos by Joel Plotkin Photography.
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    Wine aficionados Drs. Laurie Jacobs and Barry Roseman open their distinctly modern home for a five-course winemakers dinner featuring visiting and regional chefs and winemakers. Photos by Joel Plotkin Photography.
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    Buy tickets for this year’s MidAtlantic Wine + Food Festival at mawff.org and enjoy 50 brunches, lunches, dinner and tastings and 23 educational courses. Photos by Joel Plotkin Photography.
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    Guests and winemakers enjoy decadent dinners in beautiful homes and wine cellars. Photos by Joel Plotkin Photography.
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    The defining breakfast meat of the mid-Atlantic gets redefined at this incredible scrapple breakfast combined with all the temptations of a traditional Hotel du Pont breakfast. Photos by Jordana Wright Photography.
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    Guests enjoyed a five-course meal paired with wines from visiting winemakers at the Winemakers Dinner at Oberod. Photos by Joel Plotkin Photography.
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    This years Festival Executive Chef, Eric Aber, owner of Home Grown Café in Newark, prepares a duck liver mousse-stuffed caramelized seckel pear with baby arugula, honey mead vinaigrette and toasted hazelnuts with white truffle oil paired with Chateau Saint Jean Fume Blanc. Photos by Joel Plotkin Photography.
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    The Single + Malty event featured samples of Glenmorangie 10 year, Cragganmore 12 year, Oban 14 year, Glenmorangie 18 year, Talisker 10 year and Caol Ila 12 year hosted by spirits expert Russ Kempton. Photos by Joel Plotkin Photography.
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    Six of the region’s most forward-thinking chefs come together to create Pop-Up Restaurant 2020, a vision of the future of food, seven years ahead of its time. Photos by Joel Plotkin Photography.
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    Seared Tuna served with a Japanese yellow mustard dressing, accompanied with a micro herb salad was given to guests at the Winemakers Dinner at “Mt. Cuba.” Photos by Joel Plotkin Photography.
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    Winemakers Dinner at “Mt. Cuba” featured seared tuna served with a Japanese yellow mustard dressing accompanied with a micro herb salad and paired with Domaine Kikones 2010 Maron and Willamette Valley Vineyards 2011 Pinot Gris. Photos by Joel Plotkin Photography.
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    Chef Eric Aber prepares a dish for the Pop-Up Restaurant 2020 at Vicmead Hunt Club that includes duck liver mousse stuffed caramelized seckel atop baby arugula. Photos by Joel Plotkin Photography.
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    Guests at the home of Drs. Jacobs and Roseman enjoyed balsamic and lime marinated ostrich steak served with roasted garlic, sundried tomato and thyme white maize meal, long stem broccoli, asparagus and amarula soubise paired with Hand of God 2010 Fingerprint Series Red Blend. Photos by Joel Plotkin Photography.
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    Food and fashion come together at last years world-class Live Wine Auction. Photos by Joel Plotkin Photography.
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    Guests can enjoy light hors d’oeuvres during the reception of many events including the Gala Winemakers Dinner. Photos by Joel Plotkin Photography.
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    Guests observe the menu at Domaine Hudson in Wilmington for their “Down Unda” with Château Tanunda event featuring a three-course Australian-inspired lunch by winemaker John Geber. Photos by Joel Plotkin Photography.
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    The Pop-Up Restaurant 2020 at Vicmead Hunt Club featured a course of beef deckle steak Portobello “Carpaccio,” marble potato, ricotta-spinach flan, spinach crackling and horseradish vin rouge prepared by Chef Andy Feeley of Eden Restaurant in Rehoboth paired with Beringer Knights Valley Cabernet Sauvignon. Photos by Joel Plotkin Photography.
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    One of our most popular events, Bacon and Bourbon, hosted at Nage in Rehoboth, included menu pairings such as smoked Hudson valley foie gras, red hominy, fermented black bean mole, cabbage and radish. Photos by Joel Plotkin Photography.
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    Guests enjoyed a seven-course meal paired with wines from John Geber of Château Tanunda and Thys Lombard of Quoin Rock at the Winemakers Dinner at “Mt. Cuba.” Photos by Joel Plotkin Photography.
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    Wilmington’s own MasterChef, Jennifer Behm, prepares a grapefruit, fennel and avocado salad with citrus macadamia vinaigrette at a Winemakers Dinner. Photos by Joel Plotkin Photography.
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