Destin Charity Wine Auction Foundation (DCWAF), recently announced that Domaine Serene will join the line-up of winery headliners showcased at this year’s Harvest Wine & Food Festival from Oct. 25–27 in WaterColor.

The Domaine Serene Celebrity Winemaker Dinner will be held at the newly renovated Fish Out of Water in WaterColor from 6-9 p.m. Oct. 25.

Tickets to each Celebrity Winemaker Dinner are $150 each and are available online with all other announced festival events at

Domaine Serene joins VGS Chateau Potelle and Robert Craig Winery to complete the list of winery headliners that will be hosting private dinners throughout South Walton to kick off three days of festival events.

VGS Chateau Potelle will host a dinner at Seagar’s Prime Steaks and Seafood presented by Krueger, Fosdyck and Associates – Merrill Lynch while Robert Craig Winery hosts a dinner at Vin’tij Food and Wine’s new location in Grand Boulevard presented by Crystal Collins Spencer, attorney at law at Spencer Law PA. Each dinner will showcase highly rated, luxury wines from each respective portfolio, complimented by a perfectly paired, multi-course menu provided by each restaurant.

Harvest Wine & Food Festival has been labeled one of the premier fall festivals in the southeast that provides patrons the opportunity to sip and savor more than 250 world-class wines paired with the best in regional Gulf Coast cuisine, all while enjoying the beautiful beach town of WaterColor.

Currently ranked No. 3 “Top Charity Wine Auction in the U.S.” by Wine Spectator Magazine for the second year in a row, DCWAF is one of the nation’s leading fundraising organizations, raising money for 16 Northwest Florida children’s charities that assist at-risk youth in the local community by tackling a variety of issues including homelessness, food insecurity, mental health, education, medical care, and much more.

Harvest Wine & Food Festival wouldn’t be a DCWAF event without the opportunity to bid high and bid often. A silent auction featuring a variety of rare wines, staycations, and unique experiences will open Oct. 26 and run through noon on Oct. 28.