We invite you to join us for a unique, self-pour progressive tasting event at three Toronto restaurants.
This interactive experience will allow you to visit each location to discover three themed tasting comparisons from each region.
Cameron Douglas, Bree Stock and Bruce Wallner will join to walk you through each wine as you compete in a friendly trivia game.
Thursday, November 10, 2022
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
An interactive rotational experience between three stellar restaurants!
We're going paperless - no print catalog!
We're reducing our carbon footprint by no longer printing catalogs. We are replacing them with something which we think is even better – completely personalized tasting catalogs that you can create before the event.
Use our event planner
Click the bookmark icon to add exhibitors and products to your catalog.
Add tasting tasting notes on your smartphone at the event, and export them when you get home.
PDF & Excel export
Export your personal catalog as PDF or Excel, including any tasting notes you took at the event.
Click on Venue to see Wine List and to make Tasting Notes
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Trade Tasting - Peter Pan
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Trade Tasting - Sommelier Factory
This tasting will exclusively explore the regions and sub-regions of Otago and the Willamette Valley through the lens of their major varietal.
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The $10.00 fee for each of these tastings will have all proceeds donated to Vinequity.
Vinequity aims to ensure that people who identify as Black, Indigenous or People of Colour (including BIPOC people who identify as LGBTQ+ or are living with a disability) that work in all aspects of the wine industry are given equitable treatment and opportunities to access, grow and thrive as visible leaders in the Canadian Wine Industry.