On Sunday, March 7 2010, Vancouver’s CRU Restaurant will present an intimate winemaker’s dinner featuring BC’s Painted Rock winery. The four-course dinner will give guests a chance to discover why Painted Rock rose above tough competition to be named Best New Winery at this year’s Okanagan Fall Wine Festival.
Located on the eastern shore of Skaha Lake, Painted Rock is named for ancient pictographs (rock drawings) made by native Canadians on the property. Everything else about the winery, however, is brand new: the vines were planted in 2005 and 2006, the winery buildings just completed this autumn, and it’s furnished with the state-of-the art winemaking equipment and uses only 100% new oak barrels.
The dinner at CRU will give Vancouverites a chance to see what all the buzz is about. Painted Rock’s proprietor, John Skinner, will host the event, sharing his passion for wine and his insight into what makes his wines so special. The Painted Rock wines will be paired with a four-course dinner that will show them to their best advantage.
Painted Rock Winemaker’s Dinner
Sunday, March 7 2010
$85 per person (exclusive of taxes and gratuity)
1459 West Broadway, Vancouver
Reservations available by phone at 604-677-4111 or online at www.cru.ca