Welcome To the Wichita Chapter of AIWF

Our Mission:

"The American Institute of Wine & Food, Wichita Chapter, Inc. is an affiliate of a national non-profit organization dedicated to advancing the understanding, appreciation and quality of wine and food through fun educational experiences in support of its Scholarship programs."

The Wichita chapter, founded in 1992, was the predecessor to our current organization which was organized as a not-for-profit Kansas corporation in 2015. It is one of several chapters located coast-to-coast. Educational programming relative to food, beverage and nutrition is the core of the AIWF and the vehicle for fulfilling our mission. We also have lots of FUN!

Terry Palmer Memorial Continuing Education Culinary Scholarship

Peggy DiStefano "Spirited Gifts" Scholarship Fund
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 The American Institute of Wine & Food (AIWF)

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An unauthorized Wine tour of the European Union!

Friday, August 21, 2020

7-9:30 p.m.

Larkspur Bistro & Bar • 904 E. Douglas

Members $60 • Non-Members $65

With guest speaker Morgan Brammer, Southern Glazer’s Wine and Spirits

If you can’t go visit the EU this summer … no problem!! AIWF has the answer. Join us for an “unauthorized” wine trip around Europe tasting some outstanding wines chosen and narrated by Morgan Brammer.

Brammer, who worked for more than 20 years in the food and beverage industry here and in St. Louis, has been employed by Southern Glazer’s Wine and Spirits of Kansas since early 2016. He holds a Level II WSET certification in both wine and spirits and has undergone intensive trainings for products from E&J Gallo, Wine Group, Constellation, Ste. Michelle Wine Estates, Gerard Bertrand, and many other international wine suppliers. 

He chose these amazing wines to represent five countries in the EU and each is paired with food specially created by Executive Chef/Owner Ty Issa.

Get your ticket to travel to the EU now! Seating is limited and will be Covid spacing: Four seats to a table.

No cancellations, substituions accepted.