Tag: BC Hospitality Foundation

Why You Should Give a Helping Hand to the BC Hospitality Foundation

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The people that work in the hospitality industry are there to help me and you, as well as all our guests to this province.  They are baristas, concierges, hotel staff, cooks, winery and brewery workers, waiters, bartenders and wine salespeople.  But…

Torrontes, Malbec, and More Argentina Wine Treasures

Michel Torino Cuma Organic Torrontes, Tilimuiqui Torrontes, Susana Balbo Wines Crios Torrontes, and Familia Zuccardi Q Chardonnay

  Dish N’ Dazzle is a yearly event where Argentinean wineries come to BC to show off their wines and some local Vancouver restaurants offer tasty bites from their menus. The event supports the BC Hospitality Foundation charity.  A few of…

2017 BC Hospitality Foundation Sommelier Scholarships are Open

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The 2017 BC Hospitality Foundation Sommelier Scholarships are sponsored by Okanagan Crush Pad (OCP) and Authentic Wine and Spirits Merchants. These scholarships are a mentorship program designed to further individual study in wine education. Up to four $1000.00 scholarships are awarded every year.…

A Quick Dish N’ Dazzle Review of 3 Aussie Wines

Australian Roussanne Chardonnay and Vermentino wines

The BC Hospitality Foundation’s Dish N’ Dazzle is coming up May 18.  I tantalized you with 3 Australian Semillon in a previous article, and now a quick review of three completely different white wines from Australia.  The grapes are: Chardonnay…

Australian Semillon and More at Dish N’ Dazzle

A vertical of 3 Semillon from Australia

Question: What does Australian Semillon have to do with BC Hospitality Foundation?  Answer: Dish N’ Dazzle.  Dish N’ Dazzle is a public charity event where the funds raised are used to support individuals in the hospitality industry that are coping with…

Dishing on New Zealand’s Sauvignon Blanc and More

New Zealand in a Glass

Did you know that in New Zealand there are 25 varieties of grapes planted in commercial quantities for wine production?  But two of those varieties stand out, as the signature grapes of New Zealand: Pinot Noir and Sauvignon Blanc.  Today…