Published On: Tue, Apr 7th, 2015

Boca Bacchanal Returns

Boca Raton, FL—The 13th Annual Boca Bacchanal returned last week as over 1,500 guests poured into the Boca Raton Airport Hangar for a fun and eventful evening. This was the first time the event has been held at this particular location, and it was certainly a success. The Boca Bacchanal brings a festive two day weekend to the city every year to celebrate wine and food, as well as donate to charity. The Boca Raton Historical Society & Museum are the beneficiaries of this year’s event.

Private jets tours, Ferrari presentations, and luxurious jewelry are just a few of the amazing displays guests had the chance of viewing upon arrival. Live entertainment had performers wowing guests all night, including an aerialist and a juggler. While all of this was certainly incredible, there was nothing better than the delicious wine and food that was available. Over 40 restaurants from all across south Florida were present, as guests had the opportunity to try a wide variety of different foods. Award winning, nationally recognized chefs joined the festivities, including Erik Niel of Easy Bistro, Piero Promoli of Pricci, and Derek Tidwell from George’s at Alys Beach, to name a few. Famous vintners from all over the world were there to provide tasting of over 140 varieties of wines. The vintners who were invited to showcase their selections include: HALL Wines from St. Helena, CA, Clos Pegase  of Napa, CA,  Agricola Buccelletti Winery  of Italy, Twomey Cellers by Silver Oak Cellars from Calistoga CA, and  Sequoia Grove Winery  from Napa, CA.

The fun didn’t end here. The Saturday night following Fridays event was just as spectacular. 7 beautiful homes all throughout Palm Beach County held a luxurious vintner dinner for guests. Each dinner had the pleasure of one of the top chefs creating an unforgettable 5 course meal, as well as an exclusive vintner to compliment the meal with their particular wine.

“This year’s 2015 Boca Bacchanal is growing with the Boca Raton Community,” states Mary Csar, executive director of the Boca Raton Historical Society & Museum. “The annual Boca Bacchanal event benefits the Boca Raton Historical Society & Museum’s mission to preserve, share and celebrate our local history. The proceeds from Boca Bacchanal go directly back into your community to build an identity and sense of place in Boca Raton for generations to come.”

Tickets for the Bacchanal event sold for $125, while the Vintner dinners were $325.

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