Tue, June 12, 2018 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM EDT
Vendange Institute 440 Albert Street Suite C108 Ottawa, Ontario
In 2000 there was a cider producer. By 2004, five wineries. Today there are more than 50 wineries, distilleries, and cider and beer brewers making top quality elixir for those who love to travel. Nestled in the ‘Golden Triangle’ between Toronto, Ottawa and Montreal is the much lauded Prince Edward County. Loved by chefs and sommeliers this tiny area has some of the most exciting things happening in wine and food in Canada today.
Join winemaker Mackenzie Brisbois as she takes us through the Trail Estate collection. We will learn first hand the pitfalls and prizes that come with making wine in the County.
Part two will focus on what journalists think is the County’s best grape, Pinot Noir. from the area’s smallest producers. These reds are winery only purchases collected by Ron Melchers and Carola Price from the areas’ smallest and most interesting producers.
Please join us for what will prove to be an enjoyable and educational night!
Guild Members $50.00+Tax
Sponsored Guests $60.00+Tax