POSTPONED – Barbados Chocolate Pastry & Wine Festival

October 11, 2019

October 13, 2019

11:00 am To 7:00 pm

Lloyd Erskine Sandiford Centre, Two Mile Hill, St. Michael

Event Description

*** Please note that this event has been POSTPONED until Jun 6th, 2020.

Come Taste, Learn, Celebrate all things Sweet & Savoury at the 4th Annual Barbados Chocolate, Pastry & Wine Festival.

Sample amazing chocolates, confections, baked goods, local and international wines  from chocolatiers, bakers, pastry chefs, wine makers, distributors, and more; purchase products available from our exhibitors; indulge in culinary and mixology demonstrations and tastings; attend hands on chocolate experiences and workshops, competitions, and more.

Artisan and craft chocolatiers, bakers, pastry chefs, wine makers, and professionals in the industry from Barbados, the Caribbean, and worldwide will have an opportunity to showcase their quality products, and attend lectures and professional workshops

Venue: Lloyd Erskine Sandiford Centre (Flamboyant Room and Foyer – Ilaro Court side)

Classes and Workshops include:
Chocolate Cocktail demo
Kids sessions
Cooking sessions
Chocolate Making demo and classes
Sugar Arts
Uncorked! Wine Seminar with Sommelier
Decorated cookie class
French Macaron class
Wine sampling
Mixology sessions
Healthy Alternatives
Pastry demo and classes
Cakesicles & Other Pop Treats class
Cupcake Wars Contest
Chocolate Dessert Contest
Dessert Pairings
The Savoury Side – Cooking with Chocolate

Early Bird – Online Only (Until Aug 20th): Bds $15
General: Bds $20
At the door: Bds $22

Children 5-12 y.o.:
General: Bds $10
At the door: Bds $12

Children 4 y.o. and under:
Free with paying adult

Early Bird Tickets can be purchased online at

Box Offices: TBA

For more information, visit
Contact: Margaret King at I’m Impressed Events – Event Organizer: 571-6691 / 240-3801
Web site:

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