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Greenwich Wine + Food Festival Is A Foodie's Dreamfest

All Souped Up's Marissa Latshaw with Kathie Lee Gifford at The Greenwich WINE + FOOD Festival. Photo Credit: Facebook
Brad Kirby of Art of Pour. Photo Credit: Jeanne Muchnick
Left to right: Stuart Slocum, Tom Sobocinski and Laura Buerkle of Oxford, Conn.-based Black Hog Brewing Co. Photo Credit: Jeanne Muchnick
Jessi Vitti of Greenwich-based Sweet Lisa's. (Yes, that mermaid is a cake!) Photo Credit: Jeanne Muchnick
Dana Noorily, co-owner of Westport's Granola Bar. Photo Credit: Jeanne Muchnick
There was lots of chocolate at the Greenwich WINE + FOOD Festival thanks to the folks from Rye, N.Y.-based Blue Tulip. Photo Credit: Jeanne Muchnick
Beekeeper Tim Cerniglia Jr. of Greenwich-based BeKind Farms was a first-time exhibitor at The Greenwich WINE + FOOD Festival. Photo Credit: Jeanne Muchnick
The Grand Tasting Tent at The Greenwich WINE + FOOD Festival. Photo Credit: Jeanne Muchnick
Glasses lined up for the Cocktail Demo at The Greenwich WINE + FOOD Festival. Photo Credit: Jeanne Muchnick
The cocktail demo tent at The Greenwich WINE + FOOD Festival. Photo Credit: Jeanne Muchnick

GREENWICH, Conn. -- A host of hungry people filled the Grand Testing Tent for the Fifth Annual Greenwich WINE + FOOD Festival on Saturday, Sept. 26, where a smörgåsbord of Westchester and Fairfield County vendors showcased their wares.

Among them were: Beekeeper Tim Cerniglia Jr. of Greenwich-based BeKind Farms; Bridgeport's Andrea Greene of Connecticut Cookie Company ; Greenwich-based Victoria Amory of Victoria Amory & Co .; Westport's Dana Noorily of The Granola Bar ; and Fairfield-based Marissa Latshaw of All Souped Up , who got to do some "wine-ing and souping" with TV personality Kathie Lee Gifford.

The Festival, held Sept. 23 to 26, attracted 6,000 people and more than 150 food and beverage vendors.

Proceeds from the event benefited Paul Newman’s Hole in the Wall Gang Camp and the Greenwich Department of Parks and Recreation Scholarship Fund.

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