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(Wine tasting in a vineyard (Albert Normandin photo)
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Painted Rock Estate Winery
Penticton , British Columbia
Saturday, October 10, 2015
Join guest Chef and Sommelier Mark Filatow of Waterfront Wines on Saturday, October 10, 2015 for a truly memorable evening of food and wine pairing. Mark uses the bounty of the Okanagan in his stylish seasonal cooking that pairs perfectly alongside Painted Rock wines. Come experience why Mark's food continues to earn him rave reviews in the emerging Okanagan food scene.
Tickets are $140 per person including gratuity. Taxes are additional.
Whistler Conference Centre
Whistler, British Columbia
Daily from November 5, 2015 to November 15, 2015
'Cornucopia' - an abundant, overflowing supply. Cornucopia is the fall festival that celebrates some of the best of food and wine from Whistler, British Columbia and beyond. The festival offers something for everybody with winemaker dinners, themed food and drink events, interactive seminars, and electric after parties.
Fairmont Hot Springs Resort
Fairmont Hot Springs, British Columbia
Daily from November 6, 2015 to November 7, 2015
The 14th Annual East Kootenay Wine Festival at Fairmont Hot Springs Resort sees the return of the gourmet, pre-festival and wine-paired dinner, part of the special weekend festival package.
Enjoy 2 nights accommodation at the Fairmont Hot Springs Resort Lodge, the Friday night wine-paired gourmet dinner, a complimentary bottle of BC's finest wine in your room, tickets for Saturday's evening Festival with over 150 wines, plus package guests earn a spot on the Saturday afternoon Festival Judging panel, to exclusively judge and select 2015's winning wines.
Package space is limited.
Various Locations In Tofino
Tofino, British Columbia
Daily from November 19, 2015 to November 22, 2015
This year the Clayoquot Oyster Festival celebrates its 18th anniversary of showcasing Tofino's favourite bivalve.
What began in 1997 as a one night event to break up the winter blues and call attention to a sustainable aquaculture industry has now grown in to four days of oyster events that include a costume party, oyster farm tours, restaurant events and a gala featuring chefs competition all in the name of Clayoquot Sound's love of eating oysters and feeling good.
Approximately 50,000 gallons of oysters are harvested in Clayoquot sound every year and festival goers do their very best to keep many of these oysters from travelling very far since over the four nights 500-600 festival goers will slurp back around 8000 oysters.
Various Venues in Tofino & Clayoquot Sound
Tofino, British Columbia
Daily from November 20, 2015 to November 22, 2015
Keeping Tofino's population growing since 1997, the Clayoquot Oyster Festival celebrates Tofino's favourite bivalve. It is held annualy on the 3rd week of November, coinciding with the beginning of the area's oyster harvest as this is when oysters are at their plumpest.
What began in 1997 as a one night event to break up the winter blues and call attention to a sustainable aquaculture industry has now grown in to four days of oyster events that include a costume party, oyster farm tours, restaurant events and a gala featuring a chef competition all in the name of Clayoquot Sound's love of eating oysters and feeling good.
2950 Camozzi Road
Revelstoke, British Columbia
Saturday, November 28, 2015
In its 7th year, the Snowflake Wine Festival just keeps on growing! Join some of the finest wineries in Southern BC for a great evening of wine tasting, savoury appetizers, wonderful company and a great selection of items in our silent auction.
Eateries In White Rock
White Rock, British Columbia
Daily from January 18, 2016 to February 12, 2016
You can sink your teeth into complete three-course meals for $25 or $35 at restaurants in White Rock at this restaurant festival, running throughout White Rock. This annual event attracts diners from all over the Lower Mainland to enjoy the creativity and imagination of the chefs from eateries in White Rock and along Marine Drive - White Rock's renowned 'restaurant row'.