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Uncork the Excitement: 700 Wines from 100 Wineries at Cincinnati Wine Fest

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Get ready to uncork the excitement at the Cincinnati International Wine Festival, the ultimate weekend of wine, happening from March 7th to 9th. We are back with a burst of flavor, fun, and philanthropy that will leave your taste buds dancing.

Mark your calendars for this grape-infused extravaganza, featuring 700 wines from 100 wineries, all swirling together for a great cause. This year’s festival is not just a celebration of wine; it is a vibrant element of the Queen City’s social scene, benefiting over 30 local charities.

In its 33rd year, the festival returns with a burst of energy. Join us for winery dinners that are nothing short of culinary masterpieces on March 7th, where prestigious restaurants across the city will be serving up the finest wines alongside delectable dishes.

The festivities continue on March 8th and 9th at the Duke Energy Convention Center, where the main level exhibit hall transforms into a wine lover’s paradise. Grand tastings now offer more space for mingling, wider aisles for strolling, and a larger-than-life photo booth area to capture those memorable moments.

Grab your grand tasting ticket to unlock unlimited sips of exquisite wines, a keepsake Riedel wine glass, and bites from notable brands. Dive even deeper into the world of rare and high-end wines with exclusive access to the collector’s tasting room.

Don’t miss the charity luncheon and auction on March 9th, where limited-release and rare wines from the cellars of Cincinnati’s finest will be up for grabs. Bid on chef-prepared dining experiences, glamorous trips, wine cellar tours, and more – all while supporting local charities.

Our honorary chair Cristina Mariani May of Banfi Vintners, a destination experience in the Tuscan town of Montalcino. According to Cristina “we are not just selling wine we are selling a way of life.” Make sure to visit her at the Grand Tastings!

Every ticket purchased is a sip for a cause, directly benefiting 30+ local charities dedicated to the arts, education, health, and human services. To date, the Cincinnati International Wine Festival has poured over $7 million into the community since 1991, thanks to the unwavering support of the Greater Cincinnati community.

Executive Director Sarah Gagnon invites you to raise a glass in a weekend characterized by a refined appreciation, community spirit, and truly extraordinary wines. Cheers!

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