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Soul Food Concepts is organizing the second edition of 'Soul Food Festival' in Kromhouthal (The Other Side) in Amsterdam North. This amazing location will set the stage for our INDOOR edition. The Kromhouthal will be transformed into one big cozy restaurant. The whole will be supported by great soul music.
Friday, January 30, 2015
16:00 - 24:00
Saturday, January 31, 2015
12:00 - 24:00
Sunday, February 1, 2015
12:00 to 22:00 hours
A food festival that travels the world celebrating “jeune cuisine,” putting creative chefs and food artisans on stage to share their ideas. Culinary rock stars (current, rising, former) give 45 minute cooking demonstrations and speeches on one of three different stages: Savory, Sweet, or Artisan. The Festival shares this layering of experiences, cultures and styles through on-stage, rock-concert-like culinary demos, as well as with the Omnivore village, which enables interactions between partners, exhibitors and visitors. Gathering an exceptionally varied panel of brilliant cooks and pastry chefs, offering a public stage for today’s cuisine to be displayed, discovered, and discussed, the Omnivore Food Festival keeps thinking, tasting and dreaming up cuisine.Find out more »
Villa Favorita offers a structured tasting journey that incentivates visitors to study or learn about natural wines: it is the most important event regarding natural wine in Europe, both in number of exhibitors as well as number of visitors. Villa Favorita combines Italian and foreign wines, and aims to share experiences and techniques for the production of wine in a natural way, both in the vineyard and winery, and to diffuse the culture of “terroir” (climate, geology, topography, soil). A stunning atmosphere forged by the homonymous Venetian estate; Villa Favorita is the perfect environment to support a unique in its kind event which hosts selected producers from all over Europe, mainly from France. Not only does each visitor have the opportunity of tasting the natural wines supplied by all exhibiting producers, but also, and above all to be introduced to, and speak directly with the producers themselves, even in different languages, thanks to the staff of interpreters made available by the organizers. The Villa Favorita event was originally conceived from the needs of the growing commitment to spread a new culture of natural wine, as a consequence and a result of natural processes, in full compliance with the peculiarities of the soil.Find out more »
Vinitaly is the main reference event in the wine sector: more than 4 thousand exhibitors with 155 thousand visitors (56,000 international from 120 countries).
Four days of major events, meetings, tastings and targeted workshops to encourage contacts between exhibiting cellars and trade operators, together with an impressive convention programme discussing and analysing topics associated with supply and demand in Italy, Europe and the rest of the world.Find out more »
Salon des Vins des Vignerons Indépendants is held from March 27th – March 30st. Independent winemakers welcome you, lot’s of different wines to sample, from hundreds of small-scale, independent winemakers. You will meet the winemakers themselves, each with their own history, their wine, their knowledge. The Salon will give you an opportunity for a nice walk through the France wine and experience the art of winemaking.Find out more »
RAW is a two-day celebration of some of the best wine talent in the world. Featuring over 150 growers, RAW is one of the most exciting collections of fine, natural, organic and biodynamic wine artisans ever to come together in the capital. Their wines are pure, kind to the planet, very possibly better for your health and best of all they're absolutely delicious.Find out more »
It's a trading place, a meeting place, a place for discovery, learning, and even celebrating all manner of things wine trade related. Running annually since 1981, The London Wine Fair brings together all aspects of the trade for three days of business. In 2013, more than 10,000 trade visitors from 79 countries attended to taste from over 9,000 wines from all corners of the globe. Come and join them. TRADE ONLY.Find out more »
A Taste of Stockholm is an early summer festival that attracts hundreds of thousands of people with a shared interest in food and drink. During the first week of June the downtown park Kungsträdgården, or ”King’s Garden”, is transformed into a party with culinary sensations and performances by many well known artists. Around 25 of Stockholm’s most exciting restaurants serve everything from the most traditional Swedish dishes to exotic creations from other parts of the world in the park during this too-short week. A Taste of Stockholm is also a chance for Stockholm to showcase our passion for locally grown produce, organic food and our desire to serve as a model for a sustainable lifestyle.Find out more »
The 2015 Wine Bloggers Conference will take place August 13-16 in Corning, The Finger Lakes, New York. Citizen wine bloggers, industry bloggers, and other wine and social media professionals will gather from throughout the world to meet, learn, and share at this, the eighth annual conference.Find out more »
The Budapest Wine Festival is one of the long awaited events in Budapest in the fall season. It is more than the Hungarian National Wine Festival as it often reaches out to other nations, featuring a guest country’s wine culture. The Wine Festival takes place every year in September (but some of the past festivals took place in October), and features a fascinating Harvest Procession in the Buda Castle, besides the many concerts and performances to enjoy your wines better. The Wine & Sparkling Wine Festival venue is the grounds and courtyards of the scenic hilltop Buda Castle in Budapest.Find out more »
Created in 1984 by a group of passionate marathon fans, the marathon nicknamed the "Medoc" has become a must for many marathon runners over the years. The "Medoc" is a marathon you just must have run like New York, London or Paris. This success does of course lead to problems with the number of runners allowed to run the race. The race is deliberately limited to 8,500 participants and despite everything it has managed to preserve the spirit of the founders built on 4 fundamental pillars that are inseparable for us : Health - Sport - Conviviality - Fun.Find out more »
English Wine Week is a national campaign, designed to raise awareness of English wine across the country through retail outlets – from supermarkets to independent wine merchants, delicatessens to hotels, pubs, bars and restaurants. Vineyards across the country will also be opening their doors to welcome visitors, offering tours, tastings and special offers. There are a wide range of activities which take place across the country to celebrate English Wine Week.
English Wine Week starts over Spring Bank Holiday which is also half term holiday for most schools. It marks the start of the tourist season, and the vineyards themselves are waking up to the new growing season – there is plenty to see and enjoy.Find out more »
A 2 km wine route between the river and the 18th century buildings. Pavilions featuring 80 appellations from Bordeaux and the Aquitaine region, as well as the great brands of Bordeaux. On the Bordeaux quays, in the heart of this magnificent city listed a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2007, wine, food and culture aficionados are invited to join the festival and discover the architectural beauty of the city, the surrounding vineyards and its exceptional regional products. The program includes a wine trail along the Bordeaux quays, guided tours in the vineyards and wine tastings in mythical châteaux; art exhibitions, concerts, firework displays and a sound & light show every night! https://mapsengine.google.com/map/viewer?mid=zySndu1Rs_WE.kbjfiaBUoAD8Find out more »
Set in the heart of Tours, VitiLoire offers visitors a producers' and crafts village, cookery demonstrations with top chefs, a market, millésimé wine bars, big dinner parties with dancing, a wine bookshop, walks or cycle rides through the vineyards and workshops to learn about the 70 or so AOCs that make up the vineyard. Over 150 winegrowers will be there to represent the diversity of the Loire Valley's terroirs and grape varieties, and give the public a chance to sample…Find out more »
London Wine Week is a fantastic seven day festival celebrating wine and our wonderful London scene. The festival fills our city with hundreds of different wines, as well as pop-ups, events and even a series of long twilight banquets and long lunches. A relative newcomer among the festivals, the London Wine Week is brought to you by the same team who bring you London Cocktail Week, and London Beer Week. Hosted at venues across the capital, it offers a week filled with masterclasses, tutored tastings,…Find out more »