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Toronto Poised to Celebrate the Passion of Pinot 

On March 5th, 2003 the Passion of Pinot will be unleashed in Toronto at the St. Lawrence Town Hall. The 2003 Consumer Wine Fair, which will showcase some of the most interesting and compelling wines to come out of Oregon's 200+ wineries, is being held in support of the Toronto Symphony Orchestra.

Wine enthusiasts and wine professionals alike are invited to savour the elegant nuances of Pinot Noir and Pinot Gris. The trade is welcome to sample from more than a dozen of the state's finest vineyards from 2:30 pm to 5:00 pm. A public event follows from 7:00 pm to 9:30 pm.

One of the largest wine-producing states in the US today, Oregon boasts an impressive 200+ wineries and produces in excess of 26 different varietals with its signature grape, Pinot Noir, being of world-class quality.

The Pinot Noirs of Oregon are closer in structure and style to those of Burgundy than to those of their southern neighbour, California. Oregon's long, cool growing season and clay loam soil provide for growing conditions closely mirroring those of Burgundy, France, and ideal for the thin-skinned Pinot Noir grape to thrive. What would be adverse conditions to many other varietals allow the Pinot Noir fruit to ripen slowly, producing wines with rich fullness and depth.

For more information, please contact: Heidi Milford, The Forefront Commnucations Network Inc., 416.398.3335 ext 2.

Tickets for the consumer event are available by calling 416-410-4630.

 

 

 

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