Gala Dinner + Auction
Friday, February 20, 2015
The Fairmont Hotel Vancouver
900 West Georgia Street
Single tickets: $395
Gala ticket information available at email@example.com
Table of eight: $3160
The centrepiece of the Vancouver International Wine Festival and one of the
most spectacular events in the city. A must for any serious wine
collector: The evening provides an unparalleled opportunity to enhance your wine
cellar through auctions of rare, valuable and unusual wines, donated by some of
the world’s top winemakers and private collectors. These unique wines may never
again be available.
Experience the ultimate in wine and food pairing: A sparkling wine reception
and nine wines paired with five courses. The Fairmont Hotel Vancouver’s
executive chef will create a series of gastronomic delights that will leave your senses reeling. And if that’s not enough, auctions will include unique culinary experiences, excursions and extravaganzas, featuring chefs and sommeliers from the West Coast’s top restaurants.
Featured 2015 dinner wineries and wines:
Premium Cuvée NV – Tasmania, Australia
Mount Pleasant Cellar Aged “Elizabeth” Semillon 2007 – Hunter Valley, Australia
Mondavi To Kalon Vineyard Fumé Blanc Reserve 2012 – Napa Valley, California
Yering Station Reserve Pinot Noir 2012 – Yarra Valley, Australia
Jane’s Vineyard Dijon Clone 667 Pinot Noir 2012 – Russian River Valley,
Penfolds RWT Shiraz 2012 – Barossa Valley, Australia
Bertrand La Forge 2011 – Corbières Boutenac, France
Collection Mount Veeder 19 Block Cuvée 2011 – Napa Valley, California
Serafino Sharktooth Wild Ferment Chardonnay 2013 – McLaren Vale,
Guimaraens Vintage Port 1995 – Oporto, Portugal
Win a Trip for Two to Savour Australia!
Raffle valued at nearly $12,000
Full raffle details here.
Bard on the Beach Shakespeare Festival:
Bard on the Beach is Western
Canada’s leading professional Shakespeare Festival, located close to Vancouver’s
downtown core in Vanier Park. Its mission is to perform, explore and celebrate
the genius of William Shakespeare. Its vision is to create an enduring
contribution to the cultural fabric of the community, as an inspiring centre of
Shakespeare performance, education and understanding. www.bardonthebeach.org
Proceeds from the Bacchanalia
Gala go to support Bard’s artistic and educational endeavours. Since its inception
in 1979, the Wine Festival has raised over $8.3 million for the arts. A tax
receipt is issued for a portion of each Gala ticket purchased.