Disney Announces 2021 EPCOT International Food & Wine Festival to Begin on July 15

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The EPCOT International Food & Wine Festival returns to Walt Disney World on July 15, 2021 and will run through November 20, 2021.

This time it would appear to be the full event, and not the “Taste of” as in 2020.

Could this be a sign that Disney thinks things will go a little more back to normal later this year? We can only hope!

Here’s more from the official Disney Parks Blog

This year’s event will kick off with Global Marketplaces, including the return of many favorites – Canada, Greece, Germany, Hops and Barley, Appleseed Orchard and others. Even more marketplaces will join the international smorgasbord as the festival continues on into the fall before wrapping on Nov. 20.

Guests can expect the following…

  • Sample all sorts of delicious cheeses served in fun ways as part of Emile’s Fromage Montage – if you collect a stamp from five different Global Marketplaces, you’ll earn a prize!
  • Remy’s Ratatouille Hide & Squeak will send you on a savory scavenger hunt in search of Remy statuettes hidden all over the park.
  • Take a tasty souvenir home from the new merchandise collections, including a festival collection featuring a spirit jersey, baseball cap and so much more.
  • Listen to musical favorites performed by Voices of Liberty, Mariachi Cobre, and the Jammin’ Chefs.

Disney has set up a website for the event at TasteEPCOT.com and will be using the hashtag #TasteEPCOT on their social media channels.

Stay tuned to P&P for more information on the specifics of this year’s Food & Wine Festival as it becomes available.

[Source: Disney Parks Blog]

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