The Toronto Wine & Cheese Show celebrates its 20th year
The Vintage Event of the Season!
Toronto's harbinger of Spring, the Toronto Wine & Cheese Show,
will celebrate its 20th year from April 11 through April 13,
2003, at the International Centre, Airport Road, Mississauga.
More than 200 purveyors of delicious foods, wonderful vintage wines,
the finest potent potable and other of life's little luxuries will be
on hand to tempt the tastebuds of visitors.
Gold, Silver and Bronze medals will be awarded to the winners of the
prestigious 2003 Canadian International Wine Challenge.
Admittance to the show is restricted to persons 19 years of age and older,
and includes a recipe-laden show program, complimentary tasting glasses,
and access to free seminars conducted by such experts as author and wine
editor Tony Aspler and noted food educator Jacques Marie. Wine tastings
are at cost and many food samplings are free.
The Toronto Wine & Cheese Show can be easily reached by direct GO
Transit bus service from Yorkdale and York Mills subway stations. There
is ample free parking for designated drivers.
Friday, April 11: noon to 10:00 pm
Saturday, April 12: noon to 9:00 pm
Sunday, April 13: noon to 6:00 pm
Tasting tickets 50 cents each
Seniors $8.00 Friday until 5:00 pm only
Restricted to those 19 and older
For further information, contact Ralph Weil, 416-229-2060, or Janet Gardiner,
905-887-5048, or go to www.TOwineandcheese.com.