Archive for July, 2009
Friday, July 31st, 2009
Directly from the West Restaurant Press Release:
Guest Chef Dinner Series
A historic reunion of two of the UK’s leading chefs–
Richard Neat, and our own Warren Geraghty
Vancouver, B.C. - On Monday, August 31st, one of the United Kingdom’s most accomplished chefs, Richard Neat, will be reunited with his protégé, West’s own Warren Geraghty, for a very special guest chef dinner at Vancouver’s West Restaurant.
Together again for one night only, they will present a collaborative seven-course menu with alternating plates from each chef, reliving their time together at London’s Pied à Terre and Restaurant Neat.
Richard Neat was among a host of emerging chefs–now all multiple Michelin star recipients–to revolutionize London’s dining landscape. In 1987, Richard joined chef Raymond Blanc at Le Manoir aux Quat’ Saisons in Oxfordshire, where he was senior chef de partie; during his tenure he was named Great Britain’s Young Chef of the Year. In 1989, he became chef saucier at Restaurant Jamin in Paris, and was a protégé of the great Joël Robuchon before moving back to London to join another emerging British talent, Marco Pierre White, as head chef at Harveys, one of the restaurants that began the revival of London as an international culinary destination.
In 1992, Richard realized his ambition, opening his own Pied à Terre in London’s Soho, earning his first Michelin star in 1993, and his second in 1996. It was during this time that chef Warren Geraghty, now of West, in turn became a protégé of Richard’s, eventually moving with him to Cannes to open Restaurant Neat where Richard was honoured as the first British chef to win a Michelin star in France.
The duo opened Restaurant Neat in London and following that, Richard opened Casa Lalla in Marrakech. Since 2006, he has been living in Costa Rica, where he delights culinary travelers and locals at his elegantly informal Park Café.
The seven-course menu is priced at $138, plus tax and gratuity. Reservations are now being accepted from 6:30 to 7:30 pm. Call 604 738 8938 to reserve your table.
Directly from the Players Chophouse Vancouver Press Release:
Making History August 8th, 2009
Watch the UFC at Players Chophouse
Dress code in effect, Restaurant Watch standards in effect
You must bring 2 pieces of ID
Minimum seat charge of $30 per person
Receive a slow roasted Prim Rib Dinner, a flight of GIB and the cost of the UFC for only $29.99
Please call 604-694-2467 for reservations
Directly from the Mink a Chocolate Cafe Press Release
July 30, 2009 (Vancouver, BC) – Continuing its tradition of actively contributing to the community, Mink A Chocolate Café will be donating 100% of tips received this August to the West Coast Book Prize Society.
Every month, the staff of Mink A Chocolate Café donates all the tips they receive from customers to a charity of their choice. Their selection of the West Coast Book Prize Society makes perfect sense when one considers that nothing pairs more delightfully with a good book than a freshly-brewed cup of coffee or a box of handmade chocolate bonbons. And contributing to the West Coast Book Prize Society is an excellent way to support our local artistic community, as the Society recognizes and encourages BC writers and publishers. Established in 1985, the Society awards seven BC Book Prizes annually, helping to cultivate and reward excellence in the local literary community.
We hope you will help us support this worthy organization the next time you stop by Mink A Chocolate Café to enjoy an espresso or to pick up a decadent handmade chocolate bar.
Mink A Chocolate Café “on the park”
863 West Hastings Street, Vancouver
(Between Hastings and Cordova, just south of Waterfront Centre)
8:00 AM to 6:00 PM weekdays & 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM weekends
The café is closed on holidays
Wednesday, July 29th, 2009
B.C. Day Weekend Ideas:
Summer Night Market will be open
Visit numerous Vancouver Restaurant Patios
Visit the World Police and Fire Games
Go to Granville Island:
Take Flight and Follow the Birds Around Granville Island This BC Day
Celebrate Our Province - Monday, August 3
Vancouver, BC (July 29, 2009): Granville Island is hosting its Annual BC Day Festival (August 3) with artists and artisans showcasing their wares throughout the Island with demonstrations and ideas to make your very own treasures. There is something here for everyone; bring the whole family and join our celebration of BC!
Get your Granville Island BC Day program - available throughout the Island - stamped from various stops and win an art card set. You can also drop your name in a ballot box for your chance to win a signed limited edition framed print (valued at $450) donated by David McCann.
Families will have an opportunity to check out the exciting Kids Market. Children visiting the Kids Market can register with ‘Child Find’, a unique personal fingerprint registry used for safety precautions, whilst browsing all the games and events to be found there.
Local Island restaurants will be showcasing their best BC selections with daily specials and the buskers will be out in full force to entertain and amuse.
Balloons, doggy treats, great eats and fun are all to be found on BC Day (August 3) at Granville Island.
See you there!
Granville Island Public Market and The Net Loft are open until 7 pm, seven days a week.
For more information about Granville Island events, visit www.granvilleisland.com.
Tuesday, July 28th, 2009
Directly from the Sun Peaks Press Release:
Farmers’ Market Olympics at Sun Peaks
BC Day Family Celebrations – August 1st & 2nd
July 28, 2009 – Sun Peaks, BC – Back by popular demand, the 2nd Annual Farmers’ Market Olympics will be taking over the Sun Peaks Village on Sunday, August 2nd as part of the BC Day Family Celebrations at the resort.
The Farmers’ Market Olympics are an opportunity to highlight the fantastic products offered by area farmers. Taking place in the heart of the weekly Farmer’s Market, families will be going head to head in various competitions such as corn husking and eating, and scarecrow building.
The 2008 Farmers’ Market Olympics were part of the BC150 Feastival Celebration at the resort, after which Sun Peaks was awarded the Best Small Market from the BC150 Farmers’ Market awards.
The Farmers’ Market Olympics are part of a whole weekend of family fun in the Sun Peaks Village during the BC Day Celebrations. Enjoy pony rides from Sun Peaks Stables, a rock climbing wall and performances by magician Clinton Gray and Tickles and Yowza the Clowns. Shane Philip will keep the energy up in the Village with several performances on the didjeridoo, while artist David Oram paints a mural to the rhythms of Shane’s music. An art show, face painting and a fire truck display will also take place throughout the weekend.
For Bike Park enthusiasts, don’t miss Rocky Mountain Bikes Homecoming with Wade Simmons on Saturday, August 1. One of the legends of freeride mountain biking, Wade and his team won’t just be sitting around; they’ll be out in the park slaying trails with you. And it’s worth it to show up with your Rocky Mountain Bike. If you have a Rocky Mountain Bike, it won’t cost you a penny to ride in the Bike Park on Saturday, August 1. Rocky Mountain Bike Owners will get a FREE Bike Park lift ticket on Saturday, just for being at The Homecoming. This offer is not valid with Rocky Mountain Bike Rentals from Time to Ride.
Directly from the Provence Press Release
The Chefs Jean-Francis and Alessandra are going to Provence! Join them on this exciting adventure to one of the most beautiful places in the world. The Chefs will share all of their love and deep knowledge of France during this 13 night culinary experience. The adventure begins June 30, with three magical nights in Paris before transferring in style aboard the high speed TGV train to Lyon, to board the beautiful Swiss Pearl, to begin your 7 night river journey, where the Chefs will join you to cruise through exquisite wine growing regions. Explore the historical town of Avignon, taste famous wines such as Beaujolais, Côte du Rhône and Châteauneuf-du-Pape, feast your eyes on the rolling hills and endless fields of lavender. End your cruise in the ancient town of Arles where a motor coach will await to transfer you to Barcelona for three additional nights! This will truly be a magical and life changing journey. Indulge your love of food, wine and adventure!
When you make your reservation, mention Chefs Jean-Francis and Alessandra to be entered to win a magnificent four course dinner for yourself and nine guests at Provence Marinaside; the perfect setting to reminisce with friends and family about your adventures. Book your cruise before September 15, 2009 and receive two entries for this exclusive contest.
For more information or to book please visit www.cruiserivers.com/ama/
Sunday, July 26th, 2009
GK Media Inc is pleased to be presenting an ongoing collection of recipes from Whitecap Books.
The recipe that will be featured today is Provencal Vegetable Pizza from the cookbook Pastry by Michel Roux.
To download all of the recipes please use the recipe iPod guide or go to the Recipes page.
To have a chance to win a copy of the cookbook Pastry by Michel Roux, please enter our August 6th, 2009 newsletter draw.
Saturday, July 25th, 2009
CRU Restaurant Event
The owner of Cru restaurant, Mark Taylor , has once again very generously offered to host a fundraising evening on my behalf for the Weekend to End Breast Cancer. Yes, along with my friend Allison, I’m doing it again on August 15th & 16th…60 kms rain or shine!
For those of you who have been to Cru, you already know that it’s an amazing restaurant (and I imagine you’ve already got the phone in your hand to book!). For those of you who haven’t been there yet, I promise that your introduction to Cru will be an evening of incredible food, fantastic wine and good company! Their chef cooks from the heart, the wine list is second to none when it comes to intelligent pairings, and their servers are some of the best in the business! Dinner begins at 7 pm and will include four courses with wine matched to each course.
When: Monday August 10th at 7:00 pm…sharp!
Where: 1459 West Broadway (between Granville and Hemlock)
Cost: $98 per person (including tax and gratuity!)
How: Please make reservations by phone before Friday August 7, 2009
Contact: CRU Restaurant 604-677-4111
Twenty dollars from each dinner will be donated to the Weekend to End Breast Cancer benefiting the BC Cancer Foundation. This money will fund breast cancer research, treatment and patient resources through the BC Cancer Foundation.
Directly from the PICA Press Release
After reviewing hundreds of potential restaurant names submitted through the ‘Name our Restaurant’ contest the perfect name was chosen. The winning entry came from a staff member at Pacific Institute of Culinary Arts who decided to offer the prize dinner back to the public - a draw was held from all the eligible contest entries and we are pleased to announce that Kathy McInnis will enjoy dinner for four people at our new Bistro 101!
We thank everyone who took the time to submit their ideas - it was a tough decision! We would also like to thank our restaurant guests, who dine with us and through that gesture, support our school and the learning experiences of our
Directly from the HSG Press Release
July 24th, 2009 Vancouver - These fun neighbourhood mixers and wine tastings are held early and right after work lasting one and a half hours from 5:30 until 7 pm. A great way to try a few new wines and meet some new people. Seating is pre-assigned with some seating shared, some not…and at just $25 per person, this tasting is a bargain!
In keeping with our popular format, try a sampling of three new wines and have three savoury, wine-inspired food tasters while learning from a wine expert as they take you through a casual style tasting.
This month we are pouring a selection of wines from Prospect Winery with Winemaker Wade Stark alongside Hamilton Street Grill’s Executive Chef Neil Wyles’ wine inspired appetizers. For further information on Prospect Winery please go to www.prospectwinery.com
Monday, August 17th - 5:30 pm
and/or Tuesday, August 18th – 5:30 pm
Hamilton Street Grill
1009 Hamilton Street,
Tickets $25 per person
Seating is limited and always sells out quickly.
Reserve by credit card at: 604-331-1511
Friday, July 24th, 2009
Directly From the Central Bistro Press Release:
NEW MENU AT CENTRAL BISTRO OFFERS A “TASTE OF HOME”
Central Bistro, with a new Head Chef and under new ownership, has launched
a new lunch and dinner menu, which offers West Enders a “taste of home”.
The small but lively bistro has long been known for its eclectic brunch
menu, which draws a loyal following to the West End bistro every weekend.
Events such as Sunday Jazz Night and Martini Monday have also drawn a
devoted crowd of locals. Under the ownership of Doug Taylor (who bought
the restaurant in December of 2008) and the culinary leadership of Ian
Yalloway (who became the Head Chef in October), a new menu has been
released which compliments its “feel at home” ambience with its “taste of
“Sometimes a simple thing,” says Ian, “can be a beautiful thing.” His new
menu emphasizes the simple elegance that a traditional comfort food can
have, when it is thoughtfully prepared with fresh ingredients and seasoned
Born and raised in Ireland, it is fitting that his new menu should feature
such dishes as British Style Pub Pies (a delicious vegetarian version is
available, too), Halibut and Chips, and Killarney Hot Smoked Salmon. Other
ethnic influences (Ian has trained and worked in six different countries)
have inspired the Moules et Frites (five different varieties), the
Dutch-style Bitterballen (panko-breaded beef and chicken balls) and the
Though his emphasis is on traditional cooking done right, his broad range
of knowledge occasionally leads to surprising combinations. The Twinkie,
for example, is a classic French braised short rib, but it is served on a
bed of traditional cheesy spaetzle (which he learned to make in Germany).
It is topped with a fresh tomato compote, a finish which is borne of his
New Pastry Chef Veronica Keddy (formerly the Pastry Chef of the
prestigious Feenie’s Restaurant in Kitsilano) is adding her own sense of
style to the notion of traditional comfort foods. Her seasonal, rotating
list of desserts will feature such familiar offerings as carrot cake,
cheesecake, cobblers, and creme brulees… but done, of course, with her
signature flair. The carrot cake, for instance, is topped with a
to-die-for orange-zest and cream cheese icing. “I want something that
compliments Ian’s food,” she says, “and if Ian’s food is very simple, and
hearty, then I want something that’s going to balance that.”
Simplicity is at the heart of what new owner Doug Taylor has aimed to
achieve with Central Bistro, on every level. He has simplified the beer
and wine menus (and given them a mostly local focus) and recent
renovations to the restaurant have given the room a simple, elegant, and
comfortable feel. “Central is like a second home to many of the locals
who come here,” says Doug. “Now we can offer them home-style comfort
Directly from the Bishops Press Release:
JOHN BISHOP LEADS TOUR WITH HEART
It’s a proven medical fact that sipping a moderate amount of red wine is good for your heart – it helps to reduce the amount of ‘bad cholesterol.’ The French have known for centuries that red wine is good for you – they aren’t concerned about ‘physical health’ per se, they are talking about being good for you, good for your life. A little wine promotes conviviality amongst friends and strangers, complements the flavours of food, encourages people to really enjoy a meal, causes you relax and has even been known to inspire poetry. Yes, a little wine is good for your ‘heart’ in all the senses of that word.
This September, Vancouver culinary legend, fabulous chef and good-hearted gentleman, John Bishop will lead a tour of the Okanagan Wine Country. For three days, participants will be wined and dined while touring vineyards and engaging in leisurely meals. As part of the tour, participants have a unique opportunity to learn more about wine and winemaking from Chef Bishop’s personal contacts within this fascinating world. Meeting growers, touring vineyards, talking to passionate wine-makers and dining on exquisite regional cuisine is at the heart of this of this ‘tour with heart.’ The best part – you have an idyllic ‘stay-cation’ while helping out the Heart and Stroke Foundation of BC &Yukon. That’s right, this tour is a fundraiser. “My tour to India last year was a fundraiser for BC Women’s Hospital. I am hoping that with this tour we’ll be able to donate between $100 to $200 per participant to the Foundation,” comments Mr. Bishop.
The deluxe coach tour departs from Vancouver on September 26 and returns on September 28. Along the way you’ll visit Burrowing Owl Estate Winery, Nk’Mip Cellars, See Ya Later Ranch, Quail’s Gate Estate Winery, Cedar Creek Winery and Mission Hill Family Estate.
The tour price of $1498 pp plus GST (based on double occupancy) includes:
all travel to the Okanagan, during the tour and the return trip to Vancouver
accommodation at Spirit Ridge Vineyard Resort and The Cove Lakeside Resort
exclusive wine-tastings and winery tours
two lunches ( Burrowing Owl’s The Sonora Room &
Old Vines Restaurant, Quail’s Gate Estate Winery) two dinners ( Nk’Mip Cellars &
Vineyard Terrace Restaurant, Cedar Creek Winery) two breakfasts
Drinking a little wine is not just good for your heart; it helps other’s heart as well.
For more information:
On the tour or to book your seat, contact Carlson Wagonlit Kerrisdale 604-264-0552
firstname.lastname@example.org on The Heart and Stroke Foundation of BC &Yukon
www.heartandstrokebc.ca on Bishop’s Restaurant
Wednesday, July 22nd, 2009
Don’t miss the August 6th, 2009 newsletter:
The giveaway prize is the new Michel Roux Pastry Cookbook.
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To sign up please go here: Sign Up
Monday, July 20th, 2009
Directly from the VSO Press Release:
Vancouver BC – The VSO announces its presentation of Distant Worlds: Music from FINAL FANTASY, on Thursday, October 8, 2009, at the newly renovated Orpheum Theatre. The concert will feature Nobuo Uematsu’s award-winning music from Square Enix’s enormously successful FINAL FANTASY video game series, performed by the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra and conducted by Grammy award-winner Arnie Roth. State of the art videos will be projected on screens to showcase the games most memorable and thrilling sequences. This concert will also feature the North American premiere performance of the FINAL FANTASY VII Main Theme.
FINAL FANTASY is a worldwide sensation, and one of the most successful video game franchises in the history of gaming. One of the top-selling video game franchises, FINAL FANTASY has created a lasting legacy in the video game world as one of the most innovative and influential role-playing games ever released. It has received worldwide critical acclaim for its originality, graphics, and of course, its rich, sumptuous, exciting music scores. Tickets go on-sale to the public on Monday, July 27th at 10am. Tickets are available online at www.vancouversymphony.ca, or call 604.876.3434.
Directly from the Sun Peaks Press Release:
July 20, 2009 – Sun Peaks, BC – The 2nd Annual Wine and Culture Festival at Sun Peaks Resort was a huge success, with several sold out events and hundreds of people enjoying the spectacular weather in the alpine.
The weekend kicked off on Friday night with the sold out Symphony of Flavours on the terrace of the Delta Sun Peaks Resort hotel. Over 70 people sampled seasonal delicacies paired with wine from BC Boutique Wineries, such as Seven Stones, Therapy Vineyards and Misconduct Wine Co. Members of the Kamloops Symphony Orchestra set the rhythm for the evening with a wonderful collection of classical music.
New to the Wine and Culture Festival was the Art Walk, which was also sold out. Guests walked through the Sun Peaks village to different restaurants where they were treated to tapas from local chefs and wine from BC vineyards. At each venue, an artist was on hand with their pieces and spoke to the guests about their inspiration and different artwork.
The Sunburst Salmon Barbeque on Saturday evening was sold out, and there was a steady stream of traffic throughout the village all weekend as members of the Kamloops Symphony Orchestra and Vancouver Chamber Brass Band performed in the Village Square.
“It was wonderful to see so many people out enjoying the sunshine and the Symphony performances in the village,” says Jen Barter, Resort Experience Manager with Tourism Sun Peaks. “Everything went very smoothly and we were delighted to have sold out events for the second year in a row.”
Most of the wine showcased through the weekend is available for purchase at the Sundance Liquor Store at Sun Peaks.
Planning is already underway for the 3rd Annual Wine and Culture Festival, which will take place in July 2010.
For more information about events at Sun Peaks Resort, visit www.sunpeaksresort.com.
Sunday, July 19th, 2009
Directly from the CinCin Press Release:
Julio Gonzalez-Perini Appointed Executive Chef at CinCin
Vancouver, BC - Jack Evrensel, proprietor of CinCin Ristorante, is pleased to announce the appointment of Julio Gonzalez-Perini as Executive Chef, effective July 31st.
“We have been discussing opportunities for collaboration for over a year now,” Evrensel said, “so we’re thrilled to be able to bring Julio to CinCin. I’ve long considered Julio–as have many others–to be one of Vancouver’s finest chefs.”
Gonzalez-Perini, who is Argentine by birth, gained citywide renown for his suave Italian cuisine as chef/proprietor of Villa del Lupo, the charming, award-wining Italian restaurant in Yaletown. Since selling Villa del Lupo, Julio has been consulting on openings and elevating menus in Quebec, Whistler and Vancouver.
“We think that his talent, experience, and inexhaustible drive will provide a fresh focus for our kitchen,” said Evrensel. “Julio will implement new menu items over the summer, applying his strong relationships with local suppliers and unique style of contemporary Italian cuisine.”
Directly from the Chambar Press Release:
Come celebrate National Belgian Day with us on July 21st, 2009.
Doors open at 6:30pm, starts at 7pm. $50 per person
Evening will be medieval feast style, all food served from platters and carving station…antipasto, seafood, suckling pig, spit roast lamb, quail, duck & more!
Please reserve as there is only one seating for the evening - 604 879 7119 or email@example.com
Directly from the IL NIDO Press Release:
Fireworks With IL NIDO
What: Fireworks with Il Nido
Date: July 22nd, 25th, 29th and August 1st
Time: 5:30 PM until closing
Location: Il Nido Restaurant Bar, 780 Thurlow Street, Vancouver
Start the Fire Works off with a BANG by enjoying inventive, mouthwatering Italian cuisine at Il Nido. Located right in the heart of Robson Street, you can eat and enjoy before taking a leisurely stroll to English Bay for the Celebration of Light.
From 5:30pm to closing on July 22nd, 25th, 29th and August 1st, ask for Franco and mention the Il Nido fireworks promotion to receive a complimentary appetizer with purchase of an entree.
This year’s Celebration of Light line up is:
Wednesday July 22nd – Canada
Saturday July 25th – South Africa
Wednesday July 29th – UK
Saturday August 1st – China
Friday, July 17th, 2009
Directly from the Press Release
On Saturday, July 25 2009, North Vancouver’s Moustache Café will be providing culinary matches for California Zinfandel at Park Royal’s BCLDB Signature Store. This tasting event is hosted by California’s Zinfandel Advocates & Producers (ZAP).
Four wineries and their representatives will be on hand, giving zinfandel samples to consumers. The wines will be paired with appetizers prepared by the Chef Geoff Lundholm of Lower Lonsdale’s Moustache Café. Chef Lundholm has prepared a menu that will show the wines to their best advantage: Moroccan Spiced Lamb Sirloin Skewer as well as Olive and Eggplant Ratatouille on Tuscan Crostini.
Wine writer Anthony Gismondi and food and travel aficionado Kasey Wilson will broadcast their “Buzz on Food & Wine” radio show live from the tasting.
ZAP Consumer Tasting with appetizers from Moustache Café
Saturday, July 25 2009 11:00 am – 2:00 pm
“The Buzz on Food & Wine” Live Broadcast
Noon – 1:00pm
Park Royal’s BCLDB Signature Store
570 Park Royal North, West Vancouver
Directly from the Press Release
Jackson-Triggs Niagara Estate Winery is pleased to present
The Best of Canadian Food, Wine and Song, at ROOTSTOCK!
Steven Page, Jim Cuddy, Tom Cochrane, Kathleen Edwards & John Mann
For one night only: On August 19, the Amphitheatre at Jackson-Triggs Niagara Estate Winery, Niagara on the Lake, will host ROOTSTOCK, wine country’s first ever Canadian Songwriters’ Circle. This intimate evening will feature five of Canada’s top musical artists - Steven Page, Jim Cuddy, Tom Cochrane, Kathleen Edwards and John Mann (Spirit of the West), and will truly be a celebration of fine Canadian music and wine.
ROOTSTOCK is a unique gathering that will feature five of Canada’s most prolific singer-songwriters, at one of Canada’s most intimate and unique venues, The Jackson-Triggs Amphitheatre.
A founding member of Barenaked Ladies, Steven Page has one of the most distinctive voices in Canadian music. Steven has recently launched his solo career - he is currently working on a new solo release and has recently scored the Stratford Shakespeare Festival’s production of “Bartholomew Fair.”
When he’s not touring or recording with seminal Canadian alt-country favourites Blue Rodeo, Jim Cuddy can be found fronting ‘The Jim Cuddy Band’, a project that finds him collaborating with the likes of Melanie Doane, Michelle McAdorey (Crash Vegas) and Sarah Harmer.
Tom Cochrane has penned such classic songs as “Life is a Highway” and “Big League”, always delivering a uniquely Canadian Perspective through his lyrics. He has won seven Juno Awards and is a member of the Canadian Music Hall of Fame.
Kathleen Edwards has been hailed as one of Canada’s finest and most distinctive singer-songwriters. The New York Times has said,” Edwards can pare situations down to a few dozen words while they push country-rock towards its primal impulses of thump and twang.”
Spirit of the West’s front man and songwriter John Mann pens beautiful melodies with emotionally honest lyrics that capture the raw, intimate moments.
John Mann is also an actor of stage, film and television and currently can be seen on the CBC TV drama Intelligence.
All five Rootstock musicians will share their talents, performing and interacting with each other and a silent auction will be held for a Gibson guitar.
There are three exciting ways to enjoy ROOTSTOCK:
1. Rootstock Concert:
August 19, 2009 - $99.00 p.p. plus taxes - 8:00 - 10:00 pm
Wine Bar available featuring fine Jackson-Triggs, Le Clos Jordanne and Inniskillin VQA wines.
2. Rootstock Dinner and Concert:
August 19, 2009 - $209.00 pp plus taxes
Enjoy Dinner and the ROOTSTOCK Concert from 6:00 -10:00 p.m.
6:00 p.m. Dinner at Jackson-Triggs Niagara Estate Winery
Signature Station Event - ‘Explore Your Senses’ - featuring Niagara Estate Chefs, David Penny and Tim Mackiddie and Anna & Michael Olson including fine VQA wines by Jackson-Triggs, Inniskillin and Le Clos Jordanne.
Concert 8:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.
3. Rootstock Extended Visit:
Stay one or two nights in Niagara, enjoy ROOTSTOCK and explore Wine Country. Accommodation available through our partners:
Vintage Hotels - 1-888-669-5566 www.vintage-hotels.com
White Oaks Resort and Spa - 1-800-263-5766 www.whiteoaksresort.com
ADDITIONAL WINE ENTHUSIASTS FEATURE ACTIVITIES:
Limited seating for 60; presentation, tasting and light lunch $50.00 plus taxes
Wednesday August 19 - 10:30 am-1:00 pm at Inniskillin Wines Founders’ Hall.
A winemakers’ circle hosted by Steven Page will feature Inniskillin winemaker Bruce Nicholson; along with fellow winemakers Marco Piccoli of Jackson-Triggs Niagara Estate Winery; and Thomas Bachelder, Le Clos Jordanne.
Ticketholders receive complimentary tours at Inniskillin and Jackson-Triggs with concert ticket purchase. Tuesday, August 18, Wednesday, August 19 and Thursday, August 20.
Inniskillin: every hour on the half hour from 10:30am - 4:30pm.
Jackson-Triggs: every hour on the half hour from 10:30am 6:30pm
For further information or booking contact 1-905-468-4637 x 5612