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Discover Amazing Wines from Latin America on October 12-13

The Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Metro Orlando expects more than 15,000 attendees for The Latin Food & Wine Festival 2012, which will be held October 12-13 at Cranes Roost Park in Altamonte, Florida.

 
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PRLog - Oct. 2, 2012 - Wineclubguide.com is proud to provide an announcement about the upcoming Latin Wine and Food Festival. Billed as "the premiere wine and culinary festival in Central Florida with a Latin Twist," the two day festival kicks off Friday October 12 at 6:30 p.m. with Savor The Night. The evening party offers spirits, delicious food, and world-renowned Latin wines. There will be a silent auction with unique items, hotel getaways, restaurant gift certificates, and more.

Savor The Night is an intimate occasion, limited to 400 guests, that will offer guests celebrity treatment, with VIP valet parking, a red carpet, and souvenir guest photo. The event will take place at the Fountain at Cranes Roost Park until 9:30 p.m.

Tickets are priced from $75-95, with a $110 couples special, and can be purchased online.

Food connoisseurs converge on the park Saturday October 13 at 4 p.m. for the second day of the festival, the Grand Tasting. Central Florida's best restaurants and distributors will prepare portions of their greatest dishes for attendees, all made with exciting Latin flair. The Grand Tasting will offer exquisite food from local Latin restaurants, such as Bongo's Cuban Cafe and El Inka Peruvian Cuisine.

The Grand Tasting also provides guests with a chance to try the festival's collection of world-class wines, plus beer and spirits. Celebrity chefs will be on hand to wow the crowd, along with more entertainment. Admission is free, parking is free, and food and drinks are priced between $1-$5. The Grand Tasting closes at 10 p.m.

The Latin Food and Wine Festival is perfect for date-night, families, or a wine club. If you are a part of one of your community's wine of the month clubs, your organization won't be disappointed by the festival's delectable offerings.

Festival organizers note that the purpose of the Latin Food and Wine Festival is to acknowledge the cultural and culinary accomplishments of the Latin community in Central Florida, and to promote the diversity in the area. Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month at this delicious festival. Information can be found at www.latinfoodandwine.com.

Cranes Roost Park is located at 274 Cranes Roost Blvd., in Altamonte, Florida.

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