Cancellation of The Rocky Mountain Wine & Food Festival

The Rocky Mountain Wine and Food Festival has made the difficult decision to cancel this year’s events on October 16 & 17, 2020 in Calgary, and on November 6 & 7, 2020 in Edmonton, due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Attendee’s safety and wellbeing has always been a top priority, and at this time we don’t feel comfortable moving forward with our events in 2020. We will look forward to inviting exhibitors and attendees back to the Rocky Mountain Wine & Food Festival when it is safe to host our events again – hopefully in 2021.

When the Rocky Mountain Wine & Food Festival does resume, we will continue to spotlight the incredible local products and restaurants available in Calgary and Edmonton, and showcase top wines from Canada and around the globe. We also look forward to continuing our donations to important charities in our communities such as Mealshare, The Calgary and Edmonton Food Banks, and providing scholarships to NAIT and SAIT culinary students.

In the meantime, please follow us on Facebook and Instagram, as well as sign up to receive our newsletter to learn about contests, offerings like our Curated Festival Boxes, as well as information as to when we’ll be restarting the Rocky Mountain Wine & Food Festival.

We’d like to sincerely thank all of our past attendees, exhibitors and sponsors for their support of the Rocky Mountain Wine & Food Festival, as well as those of you who purchased our Curated Festival Boxes and Corkcicle products in June. We couldn’t have produced our events for the past 22 years in Alberta without your enthusiastic support, as well as your passionate appetite for wine, food, spirits and beer.

We hope you all stay safe and keep your glasses half full!

Kind regards,

The Rocky Mountain Wine & Food Festival Team

The Most Incredible Pairing Experience You'll Ever Have

Pairing wines, beers, and spirits with local eats and great friends happens to be our specialty. For the last 22 years, we’ve been filling our Grand Tasting Hall with the best sips, along with an array of delectable dishes. Gather the gang, grab a glass, and join us for an indulgent experience at the next Rocky Mountain Wine & Food Festival.

Other Adult Beverages
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Festival Sound Bites

“Food was excellent and the selection of alcohol was great too. I got to try beverages that I never thought of buying. It was a delightful evening!”

“We attended the very first RMWFF way back when and several times over the years. The Festival has really grown and is very well attended. Great way to taste new products! Great job!”

“It was my first time and it was so much fun! Good drinks, good food, and good company… what more can ya ask for?!”

“I could not imagine a better way to spend an evening with friends. I had an amazing time sampling & talking with a variety of vendors, and being able to buy some of my favorite samples on-site was amazing.”

“Such a great event! I have attended many times and it never disappoints. One of the best events of the year, for sure.”

“This festival was amazing. The food is what really made our night. I love how all the food was so delicious and from all different restaurants/cultures around the city. Was very impressed.”

“I found the knowledge, variety, and customer friendliness of all booths I stopped at very high in quality. The representatives for the various products made it a very enjoyable experience.”

“This was awesome!!!  My girlfriends and I are making an annual commitment to attend.  Love the partnership with the Food Bank as well.”

“Forget Disneyland – this is the happiest place on earth.”

Giving Back

Drink, eat, and give back. In 2019, the Festival donated over $13,000 to local charities and organizations, thanks to help from Festival guests and sponsors. In 2020, the Rocky Mountain Wine & Food Festival aims to donate even more!

How the Festival gives back