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The Nature of Wine

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McGill University’s Centre for Personal And Cultural Enrichment (PACE) has been holding a series of soirées around specific food topics and moderated by writers Sarah Musgrave (Gazette, En Route, etc.) and Maeve Haldane (Hour, Gazette, etc.). The idea is to bring together local experts for a casual evening of conversation to get the real stories behind current trends and issues. The next one, The Nature of Wine: A Hands-on Session to Drinking With Meaning, is happening tomorrow and will focus on the recent upsurge in interest in natural, biodynamic and organic wine (and what those terms even mean). It should be fun: a small gathering led by Theo Diamantis (agent, oenopole) and Etheliya Hananova (sommelier, Lawrence) and including a tasting of three natural wines.

  • Where: Gus, 38 Beaubien East
  • When: Monday, March 18, 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
  • Cost: $39 ($29 for a second person). There’s also reportedly a 10% discount if you email or call the PACE coordinator directly: Alex Megelas alex.megelas@mcgill.ca, 514-398-3627.

Details: http://www.mcgill.ca/conted/pace/nature-wine

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Written by carswell

March 17, 2013 at 12:58

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