World’s Highest Altitude Vineyards: Argentina Wine Tasting
When: Friday, January 30, 2014 7-9PM
Where: Baguette & Co French Bakery and Cafe, 2nd Floor 2509 Main Street, Vancouver
What happens when you bring together the warm climate temperatures of a southern hemisphere country at the very edges of grape growing and the world’s highest altitude vineyards? Some very captivating wines.
Join wine journalist and sommelier Gloria Chang to sip through a flight of wines handpicked by her after a recent trip to Argentina, the world’s fifth largest producer of wine. Forget cheap and cheerful. Come see what their inventive winemakers are creating with help from the area’s natural landscapes and temperatures for a more discerning wine appreciating public. Revel in their greatness. Pinot Noir. Cabernet Sauvignon. Torrontes. Even fall in love with Malbec again.
*This is a small group tasting around a beautiful table in the heart of East Vancouver. Expect a group of gregarious wine lovers and curious coming together for a social evening that engages, entertains, and enlightens.
Tell me about the Three Wine Adventures Tastings Special
We’re holding three Wine Adventures Tastings for 2014/2015 – each to explore a different wine region and its characteristic wines, all to increase your wine pleasure! (And become smarter wine consumers) Get tickets for all three at a 20% discount by choosing the Three Wine Adventures Tastings Special ticket in advance of the first wine tasting.
What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
We are located a very short walk from the Commercial/Broadway Skytrain and the 9/99 Broadway buses.
Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Email us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Call us: 604 805 2140
Is my registration/ticket transferable?
Yes. We cannot offer refunds, but should plans change for you, you’re more than welcome to send a friend in your place for the same tasting. Just send us their contact details in advance: email@example.com
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