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A Symphony Of Decadent Delights

Whoever said “less is more” surely wasn’t talking about wine.

And they certainly weren’t planning the Dallas Symphony Orchestra Wine & Food Festival this year, with four days of eating-and-drinking events worth checking out—especially if you enjoy the finer things in life.

And who doesn’t?

On the schedule this year: The Hall VIP Experience ($200), a luxe three-course dinner with wine pairings; the Summer Wine Down Dinner ($240), a lavish meal prepared by four top DFW chefs; a Whiskey Tasting & Mixology Seminar ($75); a BBQ, Bourbon & Beer Tasting ($95); a Riedel Wine Seminar ($150) on the importance of proper glassware; the Symphony of Flavors Grand Tasting at the Meyerson ($125) with dozens of food and beverage purveyors showcasing their creations; a Chocolate Seminar ($75) with wine and chocolate tastings; the La Stella Wine Dinner ($98) at La Stella Cucina Verace; and the Musume Sake Dinner ($87) featuring sushi and other Asian cuisine paired with premium sakes.

Tickets range from $75 to $240 per event. Or get a weekender pass for $700 and attend six of the main events, plus special VIP areas with upgraded experiences.

It’s going to be an exciting few days for sure. And getting access to all that great wine?

Music to our ears.

Dallas Symphony Orchestra Wine & Food Festival
Wednesday, August 24 to Saturday, August 27
Tickets: $75-$700
Various locations