Taste of the Wight Events
Events are a big part of the Isle of Wight, and not reserved for just the summer months. Our love of food is showcased throughout the year through a series of events from the legendary Garlic Festival in August to the many Christmas Markets over the winter months, you are spoilt for choice!
Whether you visit an organised food festival or not, you wont miss the amazing fresh local produce on offer across the Island.
Here are our picks of our great foodie events:
(but if you think we are missing anything, please give us a shout on email@example.com or call us on 01983 200336)
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The 13th Isle of Wight Real Ale Festival features beers sourced from brewers all over the country, including many brewed on the Island. There will be a range of hot and cold food available and a full service of steam trains will be operating at the Isle of Wight Steam Railway.Find out more »
Join us for an evening of indulgence. A fine selection of wines from our wine partner, Majestic and a wide selection of specially selected cheeses with accompaniments to tickle the taste buds. Mark Cuthbertson from Majestic will be with us to host this ticketed event with limited places available.Find out more »
An evening of chatting about and sampling gin. The Sun are teaming up with up with the guys from Isle of Wight Distillery for this exclusive gin themed night. Pre-booking essential (01983 741124), tickets are just £12.50 per personFind out more »
An evening of chatting about and sampling gin. The Buddle are teaming up with the guys from Isle of Wight Distillery for this exclusive gin themed night. Pre-booking essential (01983 730243), tickets are just £12.50 per personFind out more »
Enjoy a fun night at the opera coupled with a tasty supper at The Garlic Farm.Find out more »
See the return of The Boathouse Isle of Wight Produce Evening. A night dedicated to all that is produced and grown on our garden isle. Enjoy a menu created by our head chef David Etchell-Johnson and his team. Pre-booked tables only.Find out more »