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WineCollective was pleased to attend and participate in an event that is very near to our hearts. Wine To The Rescue, an evening of awareness, fundraising, food and wine, hosted by Alberta Animal Rescue Crew Society (AARCS). This was the second annual Wine to the Rescue event, benefiting the efforts of AARCS and Okotoks Pound Rescue, helping to find loving homes for dogs in need. Amber was there representing WineCollective, volunteering and pouring some of our favourite wines for the thirsty bidders.
Held at the Gerry Thomas Art Gallery in the Beltline neighbourhood of Calgary, some the groups’ most famous rescue pooches were in attendance. There was also a silent auction, great food and of course wine!
Any WineCollective member can grab an exclusive deal for the California Wine Festival happening at 7pm on Friday, June 3rd at Willow Park’s Bonaventure store (10801 Bonaventure Dr SE).
Two people can get entrance to the Festival for $40 – a 50% savings and try some of the most exciting wine to come out of California!
Simply email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 403-296-1640 ext 4, to secure your tickets. Mention you are a WineCollective member for your 2 for 1 offer.
In conjunction with our partners at Willow Park Wines & Spirits, we have a fantastic spring offer for any WineCollective member who loves French wine!
Simply email us at thecellar [ at ] winecollective.ca and we’ll reserve you two free tickets (an $80 value) to the “French Fling” at Willow Park’s Bonaventure store on April 8th at 7pm. There will be over 50 wines served and you get to sample many French cheeses as well.
All you need to be is a current WineCollective member and the tickets are yours. We have 40 tickets to give away to our members, so if you’re interested let us know!
Here is a bit more information about the fantastic wine tasting:
Once again, we have our most anticipated spring festival! This French Fling Festival makes French wine easy to enjoy and understand. Forget about the grape varieties and enjoy the flavours and diversity of these French wines by their regional characteristics. French cheeses are specially ordered and over 50 wines will be poured from Loire Valley, Champagne, Chablis, Alsace, Burgundy, Rhone Valley, Languedoc, and Bordeaux. Chef Richard Desnoyers, of the specialty grocery “Flavours of the World” will provide delectable French foods from his selection of rare meats and cheeses.
Not specifically wine related, but a creative and humorous video about French stereotypes. I particularly enjoyed the food references.