An Evening of Sparkling Wine and Holiday Lights at Baytowne Wharf Nov 14

October 22, 2015 by SoWal Staff

Sandestin Golf and Beach Resort and the Sandestin Wine Festival are kicking off the holiday season with a special sparkling event. The Village of Baytowne Wharf will be lit with holiday décor and cheer for the 3rd Annual Sparkling Wine and Holiday Lights event on Saturday, Nov. 14 from 5-7 p.m. The event is the official prelude to the Sandestin Wine Festival which will celebrate its 30th edition in April 2016.         

Tickets are now available for Sparkling Wine and Holiday Lights.

The Sparkling Wine and Holiday Lights event will feature more than 30 champagnes and delicious appetizers at featured Village restaurants. Guests will enjoy the sounds of live music and the night will end with the first Tree Lighting of the season and the Village’s choreographed light show, 12 Nights of Lights.

“We tend to think of our Sparkling Wine event as the grown up sneak peak of our holiday festivities inside the Village,” said special event manager Julie Stuckey. “This event will really get you into the holiday spirit as carolers roam the streets, lights accent the decorative Village store fronts, and we kick off the season with the first 12 Nights of Lights Show and Tree Lighting. We invite everyone to come to this very popular event, sip a little bubbly and sample great food pairings.”        

Tickets are on sale for only $40 per person, and then $50 for the day of sales, and come with a commemorative glass. This special event is part of a series associated with the Sandestin Wine Festival, a treasured tradition for 30 years. 

Early bird ticket pricing is announced for the 30th Annual Sandestin Wine Festival set for April 14-17, 2016. For the first 150 ticket purchasers, the special price for the Grand Wine Tasting on Saturday, April 17 is only $65, reflecting a savings of more than 30 percent. The Friday evening tasting on April 16 is being offered for only $50 for the first 150 ticket purchasers, and guests can also purchase two day passes for $110. These advance discounted tickets are available at The festival’s tasting events will sell out!  
“This exclusive sale is our way to show appreciation to the countless guests that continue to return to the Sandestin Wine Festival,” said Stuckey. “They have been loyal to us and have seen this event blossom into one of the finest wine events in Southeast. Our patrons are truly part of the tradition that will make our 30th Annual Sandestin Wine Festival so special.”
This festival is a picture-perfect series of events, complete with white tents, flowing wine, gourmet food and live music at The Village of Baytowne Wharf at Sandestin Golf and Beach Resort. The Sandestin Wine Festival features one-of-a-kind seminars, wine dinners, grand wine tastings and culinary experiences.
Additional announcements including featured wines, celebrities and other updates will also be released in the coming months. Online booking fees apply. Group discounts are also available. For more information about the Sandestin Wine Festival, visit Packages featuring discounted accommodations and tickets are also available with savings up to 25 percent off (code: WINE16), call 866.91.BEACH.
The Sandestin Wine Festival is the longest, continuously running wine festival in the Southeast. Thousands of people enjoy festival events including Sparkling Wine and Holiday Lights on Nov. 14, plus Wine Dinners, Seminars and Grand Wine Tastings in April. For information, visit      

Sandestin Golf and Beach Resort is a major destination for all seasons and all ages, and was named the #1 resort on Florida’s Emerald Coast. The resort features more than seven miles of beaches and pristine bay front, four championship golf courses, 15 world-class tennis courts, 19 swimming pools, a 113-slip marina, a fitness center and spa, meeting space and The Village of Baytowne Wharf, a charming pedestrian village with events, shopping, dining and nightlife.         




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