A heads-up about something pretty cool for you.
I received this presser the other day, sharing the great news that winemaker Matt Mavety is gonna be in town next week with his new releases, pouring them at two complimentary tastings. Their wines are so consistently delicious that there was no way I was going to let the release slide down my inbox, disappearing into the ether.
Here’s the whole scoop:
Raise a Glass to BC’s Blue Mountain Vineyard and Cellars at TWO Complimentary Tastings & Bottle Signings
For Immediate Release
May 29, 2012 (Vancouver, BC) – Taste premium wines from BC’s Blue Mountain Vineyard and Cellars at two FREE consumer tastings. The events will occur on Thursday, June 7 2012 at Everything Wine’s North Vancouver location and Friday June 8 at Marquis Wine Cellars in downtown Vancouver. Blue Mountain winemaker Matt Mavety will be on hand to share his passion for the wines and their place of origin.
Wines featured at the tastings will include
· Blue Mountain Brut Sparkling Wine
· 2010 Blue Mountain Pinot Gris
· 2010 Blue Mountain Chardonnay
· 2010 Blue Mountain Pinot Noir
Blue Mountain Vineyard and Cellars Free Wine Tastings
Thursday, June 7 2012
4:00 – 6:00pm
998 Marine Drive, North Vancouver
Friday, June 8 2012
4:00 – 6:00pm
Marquis Wine Cellars
1034 Davie Street, Vancouver
About Blue Mountain Vineyard and Cellars: Located in BC’s South Okanagan, Blue Mountain Vineyard and Cellars is distinctive among Canadian wineries in that all its wines are produced exclusively from grapes grown on the estate’s vineyards. Ian Mavety purchased the land which is now Blue Mountain Vineyard in 1971. Current owners Ian, Jane, Matt, and Christie Mavety continue to work to realize the potential of the region, utilizing sustainable farming methods and winemaking practices. Blue Mountain produces complex, age-worthy varietal wines that are consistent in style while allowing the expression of both the terroir and the individual growing season.
About Matt Mavety; Matt Mavety started working part-time in the vineyard at the age of 14. After graduating from high school he pursued a Bachelor of Science in Agriculture at UBC, majoring in Agricultural Economics. He subsequently studied viticulture and oenology in New Zealand before returning home to join the family business full-time.