Grape Stomping this Sunday

vintage1No need to go to Niagara this weekend! Check out Toronto’s First Harvest – GRAPE STOMPING FESTIVAL

Sunday October 25 from 1pm to 6pm
VINTAGE ONE’S CITY WINERY
4896 Dundas Street West (north side of Dundas St., just west of west of Islington)

www.vintageonewines.com

Celebrate the 2009 fall harvest and take part in Toronto’s first annual ‘grape stomping’ event at Vintage One’s west-end winery.

Hors d’oeuvres prepared by award-winning local chef John Cirillo, two-time Escoffier Society ‘Toronto Chef of the Year’, and sample wines from the same vineyards that provide Vintage One with its grapes.

Live Cuban jazz music will be performed by the Luis Mario Ochoa Quartet, lead by celebrated ‘Canadian Latin Jazz Artist of the Year’ nominee, Luis Mario Ochoa. Flamenco performers from the Esmeralda Enrique Spanish Dance Company will also be on show throughout the afternoon.

Award-winning winemaker and Vintage One’s head winemaking consultant, Alejandro de Miguel, will be present throughout the afternoon, as will host Alejandra de Miguel, founder of Vintage One Wines.

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