A Musical Feast at Blue Grouse Winery

A collaboration to help the local community

The concept of a Musical Feast is an elegant, enchanted evening. Chef Bill Jones of Deerholme Farm has teamed up with renowned New York City composer and pianist Misha Piatigorsky and Blue Grouse Estate Winery to present a magical triad on May 20. Guests are in for a wonderful evening of virtuoso music, farm-to-table food, and exciting wine.

 

This long weekend event is one that food and drink aficionados won’t want to miss, but they need to act fast, as tickets are 50% sold.

 

Proud to assist the local community, the Musical Feast will be making a donation to Nourish Cowichan on behalf of the event to provide free healthy meals for students in the Cowichan Valley.

 

“A stunning location for an event; we will create a long table dinner prepared by some of the islands best chefs, featuring the best of local ingredients. Highlights will include spit-roasted local lamb seasoned with Grand Fir needles and platters of local vegetables cooked over vine cuttings. Dishes will be served family style and paired with the delicious wines of Blue Grouse.” shares Chef Bill Jones, Musical Feast’s main organizer.
This night offers a great way to celebrate, and help others in need at the same time. Watch the video that Tourism Cowichan created for this event.

 

 

 

Event and Booking Details:
Tickets: $150 per person (plus gratuity and tax) includes entertainment and food and wine pairings. Available here:

 

 
Location: Blue Grouse Estate Winery
Date: Sunday May 20th, 2018
Time: 6pm – 10pm
About Blue Grouse Estate Winery:
Family-owned, sustainably-farmed and award-winning, Blue Grouse Estate Winery is located in Duncan, in the heart of the Cowichan Valley on Vancouver Island. The winery and surrounding vineyards are a sought after destination not only for sampling the winery’s award-winning portfolio of wines, but also for events, picnics and family adventures.

The inspired winery facility was built with many sustainable elements including locally-sourced construction materials, the use of geothermal energy, onsite water collection and treatment, as well as other features that reduce energy consumption.

More information, including tasting hours and upcoming events: www.bluegrouse.ca/ 

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