Late
Oct
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Early
Nov

Hong Kong Wine & Dine Festival 2020

Running for more than 10 years and expected to attract around 140,000 visitors, the Hong Kong Wine & Dine Festival is a lot more than a wine tasting event. Even if wine isn’t your tipple, there will be a very wide range of other beverages including Japanese sake, craft beer, whiskies, cocktails and even coffee. To soak up all that lovely liquid there will be a plethora of food options—from street food to dishes from top class chefs.

The name does have wine in the name, so if that’s what you’re here for, you won’t be disappointed. A large part of the festival is given over to zones for the different wine producing countries and regions. France, Italy, the USA, Australia, Burgundy, Bordeaux, Georgia and Spain are just some of the countries and regions in attendance.

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