During the seminar, use the tasting notes card that is provided and stop by the wine shop that is also located in the Festival Center to take home the tasty beverages you tried. The wines I tasted were all under $30 and the Cabernet was only $15! That's a steal!
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#5 This is a great escape from the heat and a chance to visit the Festival Center. While there, check out some of the other events and find fabulous souvenirs at the gift shop!
#4 The seminar is only $15. This is a good value to taste exceptional beverages and learn from the experts.
#3 Most beverages are accessible in the wine shop so you do not have to search the internet if you find a favorite.
#2 During the lecture, there is a presentation on screens to both sides on the seating areas. I found this to be a great visual to go along with what Sharon was discussing.
#1 And the most magical thing about beverages seminars is...... You can spend quality time with fellow travelers at this adult only event! Let's face it, it is vacation and no matter how much we love our children, a nice break in the day with some wine and a peaceful setting is a wonderful escape, even if it's less than an hour! The opportunity to experience the adult side of Epcot is exciting. There are many options for the kids, from hotel programs to in-room sitters. Out sitters book up fast so call us today!
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About Kim, your Magic Reporter...
Not just an obsessed theme park fan, I am also a professional theme park private guide and I own Orlando for Families, a vacation services company. I am a graduate of the College of Disney Knowledge, and also a certified specialist by Universal Orlando Resorts. I hold specialist certificates from Visit Orlando and Visit Florida as well.
I'm a busy professional and mom of two who enjoys visiting Walt Disney World several times a week, staying at theme park resorts (and off-site hotels) several times a month and dining in the parks and around Orlando every day.
I tell it like it is and hopefully my experiences, whether good or bad, will help guide you in the right direction on your next vacation to Orlando!
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