That’s a Wrap: All My VanWineFest 2020 Articles for You

VanWineFest 2020 collage

VanWineFest 2020 collage

I was very busy at the Vancouver International Wine Festival 2020.  There were lots of terrific wines from France and around the world, plus the dinners, seminars, and Masterclasses were top notch.  I worked very hard making tasting notes, interviewing winery principals, and trying to learn more about wine so that I can educate you as well.  Below is a list of all the articles I wrote before and during the Festival for you to read through at your leisure to learn about and become more interested in wine like me.

But before you delve into my articles, I’d like to remind you about who the beneficiary is of VanWineFest; Bard on the Beach.

ABOUT BARD ON THE BEACH SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL

“Bard on the Beach is one of Canada’s largest not-for-profit, professional Shakespeare festivals. It is presented on the waterfront in Kitsilano’s Vanier Park, adjacent to Vancouver’s downtown core. The festival offers Shakespeare plays, related dramas and popular special events in two performance tents every June through September. The 2019 festival drew 103,000 attendees and almost 2 million patrons have experienced Bard since its inception. Next year’s festival dates are June 11 to September 26, 2020, and the 31st Season line-up will include A Midsummer Night’s DreamHenry VLove’s Labour’s Lost and Paradise Lost by Erin Shields. Bard also offers a range of education programs, including Young Shakespeareans’ workshops for 8-18 year-olds at its Vanier Park site during the summer, and the Riotous Youth program for 19 to 24-year-olds. During the school term, Bard also offers workshops for educators and youth in schools and community centres throughout BC’s Lower Mainland, as well as at its administrative home, the BMO Theatre Centre (162 West 1st Avenue). Full details and education program information are at bardonthebeach.org.” (from VanWineFest communication)

My VanWineFest 2020 Articles

Where Will You See Me at VanWineFest 2020?

My Media Preview of the Wines at VanWineFest 2020

My Top White and Red French Wines at VanWineFest 2020

Recommended Wines from Around the World at VanWineFest 2020

THE GLOBAL CRU Seminar at VanWineFest 2020

The French Terroir Talk at VanWineFest 2020

Emilia-Romagna’s Native Grapes Masterclass at VanWineFest 2020

The Languedoc Masterclass with Gérard Bertrand at VanWineFest 2020

A Taste of Croatia Wine Dinner at ATLAS Steak and Seafood for VanWineFest 2020

All My VanWineFest 2020 Interview Videos

4 Wines from Bodega Catena Zapata at VanWineFest 2020

An Interview with Laura Catena from Bodega Catena Zapata During VanWineFest 2020

My Interview with Steve Latchford, Winemaker, Okanagan Crush Pad, at VanWineFest 2020

I also produced a series of articles with the text from select French wineries before the Festival began.  Here is the URL to these French winery articles.

Drink Good Wine. That is my motto and I really want to help you drink good wine. What is good wine? That can be a different thing for each people. Food also loves wine so I also cover food and wine pairings, restaurant reviews, and world travel. Enjoy life with me. MyWinePal was started by Karl Kliparchuk, WSET. I spent many years with the South World Wine Society as the President and then cellar master. I love to travel around the world, visiting wine regions and sharing my passion for food & wine with you. Come live vicariously through me, and enjoy all my recommended wines.

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