Disney Drops “Taste of”, EPCOT International Food & Wine Festival 2021 Begins July 15

Disney has announced that the EPCOT International Food & Wine Festival 2021 begins July 15 at Walt Disney World Resort! 

This year’s event will kick off with Global Marketplaces, including the return of many favorites – Canada, Greece, Germany, Hops and Barley, Appleseed Orchard and others. Even more marketplaces will join the international smorgasbord as the festival continues on into the fall before wrapping on November 20th.

Remy holding a wooden spoon

Announced offerings at the 2021 event include:

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  • Sample cheeses served in fun ways as part of Emile’s Fromage Montage – if you collect a stamp from five different Global Marketplaces, you’ll earn a prize.
  • Remy’s Ratatouille Hide & Squeak will send you on a savory scavenger hunt in search of Remy statuettes hidden all over the park.
  • Take a tasty souvenir home from the new merchandise collections, including a festival collection featuring a spirit jersey, baseball cap and so much more.
  • Listen to musical favorites performed by Voices of Liberty, Mariachi Cobre and the Jammin’ Chefs.

This event marks the long awaited drop of the “Taste of” from the Festival names, indicating this will be the first “full” festival since the park reopening in July 2020. That being said, there is nothing very different in the above announcement from last year’s event, such as famous musical acts performing at the Eat to the Beat concert series.

Stay tuned to as more becomes available on the 2021 EPCOT International Food & Wine Festival.

  1. Does that usually mean it will be running on the 20th as the last day, or end the day before the 20th? I’m going that weekend so was hoping to catch it. Thanks!!

  2. Have they said anything about the classes they normally provide? Those were always a favorite activity for us for past years.

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