Seven Days
June 16, 2010

An edible festival in Stowe has been aging nicely: The 12th Annual Stowe Wine & Food Classic returns as a full-bodied, three-day parade of aged drinks and Vermont cuisine. Beginning with Friday's wine tasting, bon vivants delve into the subtleties of sipping, comparing 5-year-old wines from Oregon and Burgundy. Saturday's gala dinner centers on a five-course spread by Trapp Family Lodge chef Brian Tomlinson, with drink pairings by Owen Roe Winery's David O'Reilly. (Dance off the indulgence to tunes by Penny Arcade.) And Sunday's grand tasting wrap-up brims with cooking demos (including one by Yankee Magazine senior food editor Annie B. Copps), wine seminars and sampling tables. Each event is a benefit for Lamoille County's Copley Hospital; talk about guilt-free eating.

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