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The Fourth Annual Eagle Food and Wine Festival



Aug. 28

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The Fourth Annual Eagle Food and Wine Festival

A recent study by the University of Michigan and University of Pennsylvania found that simply holding an alcoholic beverage during a job interview causes your interviewer to perceive you as less intelligent. If that is true, those who are self-conscious about being perceived as drunken fools should steer clear of the Fourth Annual Eagle Food and Wine Festival on Saturday, Aug. 28, where glass after glass of fine Idaho wines will be served to hundreds of oenophiles at Banbury Golf Club.

Banbury, Bardenay, Bella Aquila, Chef Tom Atkins, Cool Hand Luke's, The Porterhouse and River Rock Ale House will dish up the grub. Pair your plate with a wide range of wine varieties from local wineries 3 Horse Ranch Vineyards, Cold Springs Winery, Davis Creek Cellars, Periple, Syringa Winery, Vale Wine Company and Wood River Cellars.

The evening will also play host to live jazz and a silent auction, benefiting the Eagle Food Bank and the Landing Community Center.