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Winemakers and winery owners from Niagara's Twenty Valley wine region – located between the Niagara Escarpment and Lake Ontario – are coming to Ottawa to raise a glass to this year's outstanding harvest and to pour their wines at their first ever Taste & Buy event.

Twenty Valley encompasses the rural towns of Beamsville, Vineland and Jordan. Their wines continue to be recognized and awarded around the world for outstanding quality and for the talent of their winemakers. Wine enthusiasts in Ottawa have the opportunity to taste the Twenty Valley terroir when winemakers and winery owners come to the nation's capital.

The Taste & Buy event hosted by Savvy Company is taking place on Friday October 19 at 7 pm in the Panorama Room on the 2nd floor of the National Arts Centre. Tickets are available in advance only and are $55.00 per person if purchased before October 10, 2012 and will be $60.00 after. Groups of 4 people are $200.00. Ticket prices include HST. Purchase tickets at www.savvycompany.ca/events.

All wine lovers are invited to sample over 50 wines while they meet grape growers, winemakers and winery owners. Consumers will learn about the Twenty Valley wineries, their vineyards and may discover some favourite new wines. At this Taste & Buy event, consumers will have the opportunity to purchase wines that are not available in the LCBO. Free shipping by courier is available with the purchase of a case of wine.

The Valley comes to "The Hill"!

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What is a Taste & Buy event?
Consumers can sample any number of the featured wines and order directly from the winery. Exclusive at this event, orders can be ANY combination of wines from ANY of the wineries and the wines will be delivered by courier to an Ontario address. And Savvy Company Sommeliers will be on hand to share wine recommendations and guide event goers to "must try wines" based on their personal preferences.

The Twenty Valley Tourism Association hosts wine-themed events year round including "Wrapped Up in the Valley," "Winter WineFest" and "Get Fresh in the Valley." Visit www.twentyvalley.ca or follow @20Valley on Twitter.

Savvy Company specializes in creative social experiences – whether making the enjoyment of wine accessible to all, exploring the worlds of craft beer or discovering artisan cheeses. Their team of accredited Sommeliers delight in designing wine, beer and food events, shining the spotlight on the people who make them. Their Savvy Selections wine of the month club is Ontario's largest featuring Ontario wines not available in the LCBO and delivered directly to the subscriber's home or office. Visit www.savvycompany.ca or follow @SavvyCompany on Twitter.

 

 

 

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