Thursday, September 10, 2020
6:45 pm - 10:00 pm
Oak Bay Beach Hotel
1175 Beach Dr
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Winemaker’s CUT Winery
Tickets: $149 per person, + tax.
Doors open: 6:45 PM
Dinner Begins: 7:00 PM
For the past three years, the hotel has hosted their iconic Winemakers Long Table Dinner series. As a result of new health guidelines, the hotel has had to change the way they organize their long table-style dinners, removing the shared table setting and creating a more intimate, exclusive winemaker’s dinner with individual tables in the Grand Lobby.
Guests are invited to experience the culinary delights of local BC winemakers in a socially distanced oceanside setting. Each winemaker’s dinner begins with guests personally seated by masked hotel staff to their individual table, with views overlooking the Seaside Gardens. Throughout the evening, guests will enjoy four courses prepared by Executive Chef Kreg Graham with British Columbia wines presented and poured by guest winemakers and/or winery owners.
Dinners are scheduled for August 13 and 27, September 10 and 21, and October 8 and 22, 2020, with doors opening at 6:45pm and the winemaker’s welcome beginning at 7:00pm. Tickets for each dinner are $149 Cdn per person, plus tax.
Individual, socially distanced tables can be booked for groupings of 2 to 6 people, to ensure we maintain the provincial health guidelines and physical distancing protocols of the hotel. Seating is limited to 20 guests, and advance ticket purchases are mandatory. A minimum purchase of two tickets is required, with tickets pre-purchased online. Ticket sales will not be available at the door. No more than 6 guests per reservation.
Like a director’s cut, an edited version of a film that represents the director’s unique point of view, Winemaker’s CUT is influenced by the winemaker and their unique styling/blending of an Okanagan wine. The grapes that shape CUT wines are hand-harvested at Deadman Lake Vineyard just south of Oliver, BC. With utmost respect to nature, while honoring traditional winemaking methods, sustainable farming, and a zero pesticides policy with low sulphur use, CUT wines develop naturally and express characteristics indicative of this unique Okanagan vineyard. www.winemakerscut.ca
Menu to be announced.