Superstar Chefs and Winemakers Join Local Legends to Set a New Bar for Fine Dining in the Brandywine Valley

The world comes to Wilmington this winter.

And you’re invited!

The MidAtlantic Food + Wine Feast brings chefs and winemakers together from North and South America, Europe, Africa, the Caribbean, the Pacific, and Australia. All right here over four shimmering days in February, 2012. Call it a MidWinter’s Night Dream.  A dream filled with warmth, sumptuous dining, extraordinary wine and the fellowship of gastronauts, wine aficionados, budding foodies and oenophiles.

Their approach to food and wine is simple: only the best.

More unobtainable 100-point wines than you’ve likely seen in one place at the same time. A world-class wine auction to kick-start your collection or round-out your cellar. FOX TV’s Master Chef, Delaware’s own Jennifer Behm, on the demonstration stage. Rollicking parties where you will swirl with the stars. Contemplative moments when you will spin with passion.  And a Sunday gospel brunch that will leave you clapping for more.

Featured personalities at The MidAtlantic Food + Wine Feast (Left Column) Vikram Garg Executive Chef - The Halekulani Hawaii, Xibutana Asion Mathebula Head Chef - Morukuru Lodge, Madikwe Game Reserve South Africa and Carla Pernambuco Chef/Owner - Carlota Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro Brazil (Center) Jennifer Behm 2011 Winner of Master Chef and Delaware native, (Right Column) Auctioneer Charles Curtis MW is Christie’s Head of Wine for Asia, Winemaker Lauren Moran - Chateau Tanunda Australia and Winemaker Ntsiki Biyela - Stellekaya Winery South Africa.

You can expect wildly creative meals that take your taste buds to new frontiers. The organizers would share the menu with you, but honestly they don’t yet know what the chefs will prepare. And therein lies the fun. The creative atmosphere that will result when world-class chefs gather in magnificent kitchens to compare notes and recipes in real time, select the finest local ingredients and bring their talent and experience to bear…..well, the menu can only be imagined.

And the wine? They have been working on it for years. Or more specifically, some of the world’s finest winemakers have been working on hillsides, in fields and in cellars the world over to plan, plant, tend, blend, and bottle the wines they will open for attendees again and again. The winemakers will collaborate with the chefs to plan pairings that ensure one plus one most certainly equals more than two.

Expect selections from field, ocean, forest and vine to dance before you in a seemingly endless procession of culinary imagination. Savory and sweet. Powerful and gentle. In your MidWinter’s Night Dream, it will all be here for you.

Get your tickets now at www.foodandwinefeast.com