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The BC Pinot Noir 2019 Celebration at UBCO Takes Place this Saturday

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The BC Pinot Noir 2019 Celebration at UBCO Takes Place this Saturday
The BC Pinot Noir 2019 Celebration at UBCO – Early Bird Tickets are Now On Sale.
The BC Pinot Noir 2019 Celebration at UBCO – Early Bird Tickets are Now On Sale.

The BC Pinot Noir 2019 Celebration is bigger and better than ever bringing together BC’s top 35 Pinot Noir producers for a festival-style tasting experience at UBCO. The event kicks off with a sparkling reception and keynote address by Madeline Puckette (@winefolly), certified sommelier and author of New York Times Bestseller, The Essential Guide to Wine.

A courtyard tasting salon complements exquisite culinary creations prepared by local Chefs from Joy Road, Waterfront Café and Catering, Frankie We Salute You, Old Vines Restaurant at Quails’ Gate Winery, Vice and Virtue, Start Fresh Catering and Vancouver’s Wildebeest followed by a cocktail-style dinner. Watch the rest of the evening unfold with live music featuring The Insiders and dancing under the stars.

To enhance your Pinot Noir experience organizers are offering three in-class educational sessions in the morning hosted by winemakers, winery proprietors and leading industry professionals (must be booked in advance – see the ticket link below).

2019 Participating Wineries

50th Parallel Estate Winery
8th Generation Vineyard
Arrowleaf Cellars
Averill Creek Vineyard
Black Swift Vineyards
Carson
CedarCreek Estate WineryFitzpatrick (Sparkling Reception)
Hillside
Howling Bluff
Joie Farm
Kitsch Wines
La Frenz
Laughing Stock
Lightning Rock Winery
Meyer Family Vineyards
Mirabel Winery
Mission Hill
Monte Creek Ranch
Moraine
Niche Wine CompanyNk’Mip
Noble Ridge
Quails’ Gate
Roche
Savard Wines
Scorched Earth (PASK) Spearhead Winery
Stags Hollow
Stoneboat
Tantalus
TH Wines
O’Rourke’s Peak Cellars
The View Winery
Tinhorn Creek Vineyards
Unsworth

The BC Pinot Noir Celebration was born in 2013 when a collection of passionate Pinot Noir producers across the province came together with a vision to host an intimate group of winemakers and Pinot Noir lovers. The idea was simple – get together for a casual evening of good wine and good food – alongside some healthy discussion on where this variety has come in BC and where it is headed.

$140.00

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