Wine and Cheese Show features gourmet foods

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

What's red and white and has a vast array of aromas?

It's the many varieties of wines and cheeses to see, smell, sample and buy at the 23rd annual Toronto Wine and Cheese Show.

The March 24-26 event is known for its informative and refined selection of gourmet foods and award-winning wines.

Attracting more than 33,000 connoisseurs, the show features gourmet cuisines from renowned restaurants, seminars, beers, single-malt whiskies, upcoming vintages and industry regarded wine and beer competitions.

Highlights include a wine competition, tutored tasting, Artisan Cheese and Ontario Cheese Society seminars, Dairy Farmers cheese seminars, a fine wine preview from the LCBO, Wines of the World pavilions, a jazz garden and the Corks and Forks Gourmet Kitchen.

The show is at The International Centre, 6900 Airport Rd., Mississauga, near Pearson International Airport.

Show times are Friday, March 24, noon-10 p.m.; Saturday, March 25, noon-9 p.m.; and Sunday, March 26, noon-6 p.m.

Tickets cost $18. Seniors Day is Friday, March 24 with seniors paying $10. No one under 19 years of age will be admitted. Parking is free. For more, visit www.towineandcheese.com.

Wine and Cheese Show features gourmet foods

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

What's red and white and has a vast array of aromas?

It's the many varieties of wines and cheeses to see, smell, sample and buy at the 23rd annual Toronto Wine and Cheese Show.

The March 24-26 event is known for its informative and refined selection of gourmet foods and award-winning wines.

Attracting more than 33,000 connoisseurs, the show features gourmet cuisines from renowned restaurants, seminars, beers, single-malt whiskies, upcoming vintages and industry regarded wine and beer competitions.

Highlights include a wine competition, tutored tasting, Artisan Cheese and Ontario Cheese Society seminars, Dairy Farmers cheese seminars, a fine wine preview from the LCBO, Wines of the World pavilions, a jazz garden and the Corks and Forks Gourmet Kitchen.

The show is at The International Centre, 6900 Airport Rd., Mississauga, near Pearson International Airport.

Show times are Friday, March 24, noon-10 p.m.; Saturday, March 25, noon-9 p.m.; and Sunday, March 26, noon-6 p.m.

Tickets cost $18. Seniors Day is Friday, March 24 with seniors paying $10. No one under 19 years of age will be admitted. Parking is free. For more, visit www.towineandcheese.com.

Wine and Cheese Show features gourmet foods

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

What's red and white and has a vast array of aromas?

It's the many varieties of wines and cheeses to see, smell, sample and buy at the 23rd annual Toronto Wine and Cheese Show.

The March 24-26 event is known for its informative and refined selection of gourmet foods and award-winning wines.

Attracting more than 33,000 connoisseurs, the show features gourmet cuisines from renowned restaurants, seminars, beers, single-malt whiskies, upcoming vintages and industry regarded wine and beer competitions.

Highlights include a wine competition, tutored tasting, Artisan Cheese and Ontario Cheese Society seminars, Dairy Farmers cheese seminars, a fine wine preview from the LCBO, Wines of the World pavilions, a jazz garden and the Corks and Forks Gourmet Kitchen.

The show is at The International Centre, 6900 Airport Rd., Mississauga, near Pearson International Airport.

Show times are Friday, March 24, noon-10 p.m.; Saturday, March 25, noon-9 p.m.; and Sunday, March 26, noon-6 p.m.

Tickets cost $18. Seniors Day is Friday, March 24 with seniors paying $10. No one under 19 years of age will be admitted. Parking is free. For more, visit www.towineandcheese.com.