The 15th anniversary of the Sugar Land Wine & Food Affair four-day schedule slated for April 4 - 8, 2018, will celebrate Gulf Coast to global foods, cultures and traditions. Expected to be the largest in its history, the event will feature awardwinning talent, master sommeliers, mixologists, themed events and expansive new venues. Tickets can be purchased beginning Monday, January 22.
Time and a myriad of cultural and agricultural influences have long impacted both Sugar Land and the expansive Gulf Coast, a wide swath of geography rooted in American history and lore. With Sugar Land tracing its history from a Mexican land grant to Stephen F. Austin, widely known as the “Father of Texas,” Austin lured early settlers with his tales of abundance. The vast open prairies, rich fertile soil and warm coastal breezes made for ideal growing conditions. The area attracted people from around the world, resulting in a food history that reflects cultures and traditions, as well as hyper-local ingredients woven into recipes handed down by generations.
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