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Wine Savvy Tasting Series
 
 
Join Michaela Morris and Michelle Bouffard from house wine at Legacy Liquor Store for a series of themed sit-down tastings. The Wine Savvy Tasting Series is a fantastic way to learn more about your favourite topic without having to commit to a lengthy wine class. Whether you are a casual hobbyist or a serious wine collector, there will be something for everybody.
 

Dates: See below
Time: 6:00 - 8:00pm
Venue: Legacy Liquor Store, Millennium Village
1633 Manitoba Street, Vancouver, BC
Cost*: $75 per tasting (includes GST)

 

If you are purchasing tickets for someone as a gift, please indicate this in the ‘add special instructions to the seller’ box so that we can send you a gift certificate. Or click here for general gift certificates.
 
 
Pinot Noir Around the World - Apr 23rd, 2014
 

From the heartbreak grape’s birthplace of Burgundy to its more recent success stories in Oregon, New Zealand and California, Pinot Noir has captured the hearts of winemakers and seduced numerous wine drinkers. Join the girls in a comparative tasting of Pinot Noir across the globe and discover this grape’s special charms. Besides visiting more established areas we will pour examples from newer dwellings of BC, Chile and Argentina. Be prepared to fall in love!


 
 
Rediscover Chardonnay - May 28th, 2014
 
Steely and demure to voluptuous and unrestrained Chardonnay is one grape whose reputation proceeds the glass. A reflection of terroir and fully maleable this globe trotter can be found in premier regions from Champagne and Burgundy to Napa and Margaret River. Join the ladies of house wine, while they dispell the myth of ABC (anything but chardonnay) and take a closer look at this beautiful and versatile grape.



 
*Please note that we do not offer refunds or credits. Tickets are only transferrable to another person for the same tasting. Click here for full details. 
 
If you are looking for a more casual tasting please check out our house wine minglers.
 
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