HEARD THROUGH THE GRAPEVINE: THE SALTED VINE KITCHEN + BAR PLAYS HOST TO EXCLUSIVE FORT BERENS WINEMAKER’S DINNER, JULY 26

 

Tickets to One-night-only Event Include Four-Course Dinner and Select Wine Pairings from Lillooet’s Fort Berens Estate Winery

 

The Salted Vine Kitchen + Bar‘s co-owners Chef Jeff Park and Director/Sommelier Pat Allan, will share the stage with award-winning Fort Berens Estate Winery when the downtown Squamish hotspot hosts a winemaker’s dinner on Wednesday, July 26 at 6:30 p.m.

Tickets to the one-night-only event, which is limited to 44 guests and pairs a welcome reception and four-course feast with an array of notable vintages hailing from the Lillooet winery, are available for $100 per person inclusive of taxes and gratuity.

Established in 2009 as the Fraser Canyon’s first commercial vineyard, Fort Berens Estate Winery has since staked its claim as one of Canada’s leading producers of fine wine thanks to its dedication to producing high-quality, terroir-driven wines. In 2014, the winery’s 2012 Cabernet Franc set the gold standard at the National Wine Awards of Canada, the All Canadian Wine Championships and the BC Wine Awards, while its 2012 Riesling was awarded the Lieutenant Governor’s Award of Excellence.

 

THE SALTED VINE KITCHEN + BAR

FORT BERENS WINEMAKER’S DINNER

Reception

First

Prawn Ceviche

smoked salmon, trout caviar, heirloom tomatoes

Fort Berens Dry Riesling 2016

Second

Little Cedar Falls Steelhead Duo

beet and vodka cured, smoked and grilled, fennel, citrus

Fort Berens Pinot Gris 2016 & Fort Berens Pinot Noir 2014

Third

Pemberton Beef Cheeks

red wine braised, sunchokes, beets, cippolini

Fort Berens Cabernet Franc 2014

Dessert

Poached Pear

saffron scented, vanilla cheese cake, almond crumbles

Fort Berens Late Harvest Riesling 2014

 

“We’re looking forward to hosting our friends at Fort Berens for this evening. This is a unique opportunity for guests to not only sample Chef Park’s signature brand of Pacific Northwest cuisine, but a number of Fort Berens Estate Winery’s recent vintages,” says Director/Sommelier Pat Allan.

 

TICKETS

For tickets to the Fort Berens Winemaker’s Dinner at The Salted Vine call the restaurant at 604-390-1910. As The Salted Vine prides itself on placing a premium on the availability and seasonality of all ingredients, the event menu may be subject to slight changes.

For more information on The Salted Vine Kitchen + Bar or to stay up to date on its latest developments, go to www.saltedvine.ca, become a fan of /thesaltedvine on Facebook and follow @saltedvine on Instagram.

 

ABOUT THE SALTED VINE KITCHEN + BAR | Located in downtown Squamish along the picturesque Sea-to-Sky Highway, The Salted Vine Kitchen + Bar is a collaboration between industry veterans Jeff Park and Pat Allan, who were fixtures at Whistler’s Araxi Restaurant + Oyster Bar for more than a decade. With a menu of small share plates that place a premium on fresh, sustainable and seasonal ingredients, a full bar featuring an array of wines sourced both from BC and around the globe, local craft beers on tap and housemade cocktails and a modern-country farmhouse décor that reflects the hardworking spirit of the local community, The Salted Vine Kitchen + Bar offers a contemporary and inspired taste of the Pacific Northwest and a new upscale dining experience in the heart of historic Squamish. Since its launch in September 2016, The Salted Vine has been recognized by The Globe and Mail, Vancouver Sun and The Province as one of Metro Vancouver’s Best New Restaurants.

37991 Second Ave., Squamish, BC V6B 0R2 | (604) 390-1910 | www.saltedvine.ca

Hours: Open Wednesday – Sunday; Happy Hour from 3 – 5:30 p.m.; Dinner Service from 5 – 10 p.m.

 

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