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Casual Sommelier-led dinner & wine-tasting of terrific rare wines not in th...

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HotBlack

245 Queen Street West

Toronto, ON M5V 1Z4

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This is a rare opportunity to taste an entire portfolio of terrific private agent natural wines from all over the world, available for next day purchase at under $30 per bottle. These are not available in the LCBO, but are imported specifically for the Sommelier Licensee purchasers for the finest Restaurants and Hotels in the country. These will be available to you for private order next day purchase and immediate delivery to your home.

Led by a team of fun and professional Sommeliers (the Ontario Sommelier champion and Canadian National Sommelier finalist, the Wine Director at Toronto FourSeasons Café Boulud, among others), you will get UNLIMITED free tastings at several separate wine stations. Accompanied by an amaze-balls buffet with, among other delights, Oysters from Rodney’s shucked to order, Bespoke Butchers beef & porchetta, aged Ontario cheeses, local charcuterie, pickled veg, salads and fresh breads, and dessert station inside and on our patio.

All to the delightful upbeat sounds of our favourite DJ MisterBee, spinning his oldschool vinyl collection.

There will also be a silent auction of wine-related items.

All proceeds from this event are going to support the The Walking Lead - the Glen Ames Senior Public School Robotics team - who are off to California to represent Canada and compete in the First Lego League Global Robotics Tournament. The goal is to help raise the $30000 required to send the Glen Ames Public School Toronto team and their robot to compete in California.


For more information on the venue, please see www.instagram.com/hotblack_coffee and www.hotblack-coffee.com

YOU MUST BE OVER 19 YEARS OF AGE TO ATTEND

YOU MUST NOT DRIVE FROM THE EVENT


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Toronto, ON M5V 1Z4

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