Boca Bacchanal is back – Illustrated Palm Beach
The ever-popular Boca Bacchanal, the annual celebration of fine wine and food to benefit the Boca Raton Historical Societywill be back for two delicious evenings on May 6 and 7.
Foodie’s Day beloved Vintner Dinners kick off Friday, May 6, at private homes, historic venues and other venues across Boca Raton. Diners will enjoy one of five simultaneous dining experiences that will combine the talents of internationally renowned winemakers with five-course dinners prepared by renowned chefs. Tickets for winemaker dinners are $350.
Boca Bacchanal shifts into high gear on Saturday, May 7 during the Grand Tasting at Boca Raton. The landmark sets the stage for wine and champagne tastings hosted by award-winning winemakers, generous samplings of signature dishes from local restaurants, and a silent auction of wine, dining, travel and lifestyle packages. The Grand Tasting will take place in the Grand Ballroom of the Mizner Center. The Boca Raton is located at 501 East Camino Real. Tickets for the grand tasting are $200.
The guests of the Grand Tasting will taste the wines produced by the winegrowers Christophe Bristiel (Château La Nerthe); Chris Baker (DAOU Vineyards); Tim Duncan (Silver Oak and Twomey Caves); Katie Madigan (Francis Winery & Vineyards); and Tony Apostolakos (Masi Agricola). In addition to these prized selections, more than 170 wines from 40 wineries will also be available for tasting.
A Quick Dine at Boca Bacchanal Grand Tasting will feature elegant and delicious selections provided by the following local restaurants in Boca Raton and Delray Beach: 10 Stations by The Boca Raton; Brulé Bistro and Rose’s Daughter; Eat District Healthy Asian Bowl; Sushi Ganzo; KakaoZon Chocolate; Kapow! noodle bar; Meso Beach House; New York grilled cheese; The Poke Society; Prezzo; Good ice cream; Ramen Lab Eatery; The Seagate Hotel; Sicilian oven; and Tucker Duke’s.
“Boca Bacchanal is a festive weekend that celebrates and enhances the appreciation of wine and food, while bringing together world-class chefs and winemakers offering their best specialties,” said Mary Csar, Executive Director of Boca Raton. Historical Society. “The event also provides the entire community with a delightful opportunity to support the heritage education programs of the Schmidt Boca Raton History Museum and the Boca Raton Historical Society.”