South by Southwest recently announced the 2020 series of James Beard Foundation dinners featuring nationally acclaimed chefs – and this year, for the first time, guests will enjoy Texas wines with their dishes.

The exclusive red and white wine partner for these special culinary events, Texas Fine Wine is proud to share exceptional Texas wines that reflect the climate, terroir and spirit of Texas with the SXSW-JBF dinner guests.

“We’re so excited to be able to pair local wines with each of our James Beard dinners,” said Siobhan Flaherty Haber, vice president of events at the James Beard Foundation. “Serving wines from Texas and having Eden East farm as our venue again gives the guests a truly special farm-to-table experience during SXSW.”

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Here is a list of the SXSW-JBF dinners paired with wineries:

Saturday, March 14 DinnerThe Future of Food: Aquaculture Plated with Brennan Vineyards 2017 Lily and 2016 Super Nero.

Sunday, March 15 Brunch – Pedernales Cellars will share its 2017 Texas High Plains Viognier and 2016 Texas Tempranillo Reserve at an invite-only brunch hosted by Giant Spoon on Sunday, March 15.

Sunday, March 15 DinnerFostering Community: Good Food for Good with Duchman Family Winery 2017 Viognier/Roussanne and 2016 Montepulciano.

Monday, March 16 DinnerDairy Dinner on the Farm with Bending Branch Winery 2018 Estate Picpoul Blanc, Lost Pirogue Vineyard, Texas Hill Country and 2016 Tannat, Tallent Vineyards, Texas Hill Country.

Tuesday, March 17 DinnerThe Green Goddess Dinner with Spicewood Vineyards 2018 Estate Sauvignon Blanc and 2017 Texas High Plains Tempranillo.