This year’s Malbec Word Day falls on Sunday, April 17th, but British Columbia will get a jump on the celebrations with free Argentinean wine tastings at 5 private stores on Saturday, April 16 2016. In addition, select BCLDB stores throughout the province will offer free tastings of Argentinean wines in April.
In BC, the following private stores will host complimentary consumer tastings on Saturday, April 16. Each store will pour at least 3 different wines, including Malbecs and Malbec blends, paired with samples of authentic Argentinean cuisine.
Everything Wine – North Vancouver, South Surrey & Langford locations – 2:00 to 6:00pm
Legacy Liquor Store – 1633 Manitoba Street, Vancouver – 2:00 to 6:00pm
Marquis Wine Cellars – 1034 Davie Street, Vancouver – PLUS a DJ will provide music at this lively event – 2:00 to 5:00pm
BC Liquor Stores across the province will host over 50 Malbec World Day tastings.
Follow twitter @ArgentinaWineCA or #MalbecWorldDay for ALL locations.
Follow the international celebrations of Malbec World Day on social networks at
* Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/winesofargentina
* Twitter – @WinesofArg and @ArgentinaWineCA
* Instragram – winesofarg
* Hashtag – #MalbecWorldDay
About Malbec World Day: Malbec World Day, which takes place annually on April 17th, was established by Wines of Argentina to celebrate the country’s signature red wine, and to raise awareness about the quality and variety of wines the country produces. This year’s 6th annual celebrations will take place in over 70 cities in 54 countries worldwide.
About Wines of Argentina: Wines of Argentina is responsible for the promotion of the brand VINO ARGENTINO around the world. Since 1993, this organization has been promoting the image of local wines abroad and providing advice on export strategies for Argentina by studying and analyzing trends in consumer markets. Its aim is to contribute to the consolidation of Argentina as one of the main wine exporting countries in the world and to the global success of the Argentine wine industry by enhancing its positive image in the wine trade, among opinion leaders and consumers.