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Alright fellow food and wine lovers, this one is for you! 2019 is bringing you Memphis' first ever Craft Food and Wines Festival and you don't want to miss it! On June 23, 2019 from 4 pm - 9 pm you will be able to enjoy some locally- produced breads, cheeses, fruit preserves, cured meats, and more from 40 vendors. Located at Columns at One Commerce Square, 40 S. Main Street Memphis, TN 38103, this event will have shops for you to purchase what you've sampled, cheeseboards, and more. The festival will be split into two 2 hour tasting sessions, 4 pm and 6:30 pm to make sure that attendees get the most out of their visit.
. Since there is alcohol consumption you do have to be 21 or older to attend this event. There will be live entertainment brought to you by Will Lang Jazz Trio and DJ Crystal Mercedes.
In addition to pleasing your palate your ticket purchase will help support Church Health in continuing its mission of providing clinical services! Church Health is a faith-based healthcare organization founded in 1987 with the mission of providing affordable healthcare to individuals with no access to affordable healthcare. Church Health also offers training, education, community cooking classes and more. Take the opportunity to festival with a purpose and support organizations in your city that support you. To learn more about Church Health click the link provided. www.https://churchhealth.org/
Tickets are currently on sale at www.craftfoodandwinefestival.com. Prices range from $60-$115 but you can catch the early bird special of $55 until February 28th. Be sure to follow the festival sponsors for more information on this event, similar events and other activity options. I have included sponsor links below.
Downtown Memphis Commission, City Tasting Tours, Southern Glazer's Wine & Spirits of TN, &
Edible Memphis as the event Media Partner.
Listed are some of the event vendors:
Church Health, City Block Butchers, Crosstown Brewing Co, Dave's Bagels, My Cup of Tea, Pontotoc, Primas Bakery + Boutique, Rizzo's, and so many more.
"Eating local is going to a whole new level with this festival and I’m glad about it. You will meet the happy pig farmers, the lady who grows the peppers to make her jelly, the baker making artisan desserts and breads, the butcher who cure the meats, the chefs who shop local for their products and make their own products, the dairy farmers who make fantastic cheeses, the wood workers and so much more."
Event organizer, Cristina McCarter