Seaside is “seeing red”… again. The coastal holiday town, located on the Northwest Florida Gulf Coast in the Beaches of South Walton, will host the 20th annual Seeing Red Wine Festival Nov. 4-7, 2010 throughout the town.

The four-day festival will include wine pairing vintner dinners, al fresco wine tastings, a wine paired brunch, live music and a wine retail sales tent.

The Seeing Red Wine Festival will begin on Thursday, Nov. 4th with a Vintner Dinner at Seaside’s signature restaurant Bud & Alley’s. On Friday, Nov. 5th Seaside will host its popular Al Fresco Reserve Tasting in Ruskin Place. Saturday, Nov. 6th Seaside hosts The Taste of THE Beach. Wine lovers can listen to live music, stroll the beach community, sample chocolates, cheeses and savory fare from the cuisine pavilion as well as a variety of domestic and international wines throughout town. The event concludes on Sunday, Nov. 7th with the grand finale, a Celebration of Bubbles at Great Southern Café.

Taste of the Beach
*New – SW Airlines Discount Card and Clint Black Concert*
This years Saturday’s Grand Tasting event is also featured as a highlight event of the 2nd annual Taste of the Beach festival across the Florida Gulf Coast.  Visit Taste of the Beach for more information about the concurrent event. Click Here to read an article on the inaugural Taste of THE Beach festival an now Taste of the Beach ticket holders get a Southwest Airlines Discount Fare Card and Taste of Bay ticket holders are VIP for Clint Black concert! Click Here to learn more.

Tickets to additional events are available HERE.

Additional Information
Also, read our 2009 News Release for lots of details on this annual event. Check out the 2010 Post Card and the 2010 Poster. Proceeds from Seeing Red Wine Festival and Taste of the Beach benefit eleven Regional Charaties. Southwest Airlines is the presenting sponsor this year, now serving the region via the recently opened Northwest Florida Beaches International Airport.

See the video above for regional coverage from the 2009 event


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