Get Your FREE Second Annual PDF Guide to the 2019 Epcot International Food & Wine Festival from WDWNT

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WDWNT is pleased to present our second annual guide to the Epcot International Food & Wine Festival. Celebrating its 25th year, the festival offers hundreds of treats at over 35 locations throughout Epcot during the 87 days of the festival. Plus, there are seminars, concerts and dozens of other activities all themed around learning, tasting and celebrating food and drink from around the world. With so much going on, how do you plan to take advantage of all of the festival has to offer? That’s where our guide comes in!

Sure, you can pick up a festival passport when you arrive at Epcot, but you’ll get the most out of the event when you plan ahead. But don’t pay $15 for some other blog’s guide that came out months ago with last year’s information! Get WDWNT’s fully-updated, FREE guide to the 2019 Epcot International Food and Wine Festival with all the information from THIS YEAR’S festival! (That’s why we couldn’t offer our guide until after the festival actually started!)

Our guide doesn’t just offer menus and pretty photos – we’ve got links to FULL reviews of every item at the festival. After all, Instagram-worthy pics of each dish are nice to look at, but they don’t tell you how it tastes — and isn’t that what Food & Wine is all about? And if you’re in a hurry, our guide includes symbols to let you easily see what’s new, what’s good, what’s bad, and our pick for the best item at each booth. Plus, we plan to update this guide every week throughout the festival, and we’ll let you know when we’ve published an update, so you can always get the most up-to-date version, for FREE!

Just head over to our sign-up page at and enter your information and we’ll send you a link to download our brand new and FREE guide instantly!

Don’t wait! Head over to today and sign up to download your free guide now!

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Patty has been visiting the parks annually since her parents first brought her at just a year old. She fulfilled her life long dream of being a Florida local and moved from the wintery Northeast to the sunshine and fun of central Florida.

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Thanks for doing this! This blog puts in a lot of hard work! Kudos!!! I read it several times a day.

Phil Serak
Phil Serak

The PDF is fantastic! I’ve definitely got reading and note taking to do over the next month. Any signs of a food cost calculator for this year as well?

Brian Guy
Brian Guy

Is there going to be a way for existing subscribers to eventually get the guide as well?

Patricia Tate
Patricia Tate

Patty, My husband and I signed up for the guide and have subscribed (we have started getting emails from WDWNT). However, we have not received any notice or link for the PDF guide. Can you tell me where to go to get this. We’ll be at FnW festival in a few weeks and think this guide will be very helpful. Thanks Patti and Alan Tate