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3rd Annual Rare Fine Wine Tasting

As a member of the Savour food & wine Festival planning committee, and a sommelier-in-training, I’m really excited for the Rare & Fine Wine tasting. Join us on Friday, February 18th, 2011 for the #rd annual event. From 7 – 9:30 pm at Windows at the World Trade Centre, R&F wines will be poured for an exclusive tasting of rare and vintage wines.
With over 30 wines rated at 90 points and above, this is THE wine tasting you do not want to miss out on. Once you’ve narrowed it down to you “I can’t leave without a bottle” wines, you can even purchase them! Each wine, retailing at $60 and above, will be available for this one night only in Nova Scotia and will include:

•a 94-point Super Tuscan wine
•a 95-point Rhone wine
•a 95-point German Riesling
•a 93-point Champagne
•But don’t take my word for it! Click
HERE for the list!


Friday, February 18
th, 2011
Windows at the World Trade and Convention Centre
7:00 – 9:30 p.m.$99 + HST*

Ticket and hotel room packages are now available through the Westin Nova Scotian. Call 1-877-993-7846 and quote Rare & Fine to book your room today. Only $179 plus taxes!



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