Wine lovers across the country are no strangers to the fabulous wine dinners lined up each year at the Boston Wine Festival, the longest-running food and wine festival in the US. Hosted by the Boston Harbor Hotel and fueled by executive chef Daniel Bruce’s incredible wine-pairing skill set, the event pulls in top-notch wine producers from here and abroad in 2020 (which kicks off January 10) including Les Domaines Barons de Rothschild, Groth, Cain Winery, Vineyard 29, Chappellet, Opus One, Ramey Vineyards and more. This year for the first time, the hotel is offering a Presidential Wine Experience—a package that will transport up to eight guests from Boston’s Logan Airport and whisk them up a private elevator to the John Adams Presidential Suite (Winston flowers will be waiting). The experience ($16,000 a night) can be scheduled for any date when a chosen vintner will be hosting dinner and your group will enjoy a private toast with said vintner ahead of time. Chef Bruce will continue to indulge you the next morning with a Champagne brunch.