The Winter Wine Festival event at Sun Peaks is getting ready to welcome wine tasting connoisseurs to its annual wine and food event, running Jan. 12 to 20. Tickets for the Sun Peak Winter Wine Festival have been selling fast since they want on sale in late November, as guests staying in the Sun Peaks Ski Resort look to indulge in delicious food and wine tasting to find the perfect pairing. Various restaurants in B.C’s Sun Peaks mountain community are taking in this year’s Winter Wine Festival to celebrate and highlight the offerings of local chefs and wineries.
On Jan. 12, several restaurants in the ski resort are participating in the Sun Peaks Wine & Dine event marking the first weekend of the wine event. Participating restaurants, including Bella Italia, Black Garlic Bistro, Cahilty Creek Bar and Grill, Mantles Restaurant, Masa’s Bar and Grill, and Sun Peaks Lodge Steakhouse will be offering a special menu of entrees paired with an assortment of Okanagan wines, complimenting each other on this fixed-price menu.
A Busy First Weekend At Sun Peaks Winter Wine Festival
The first weekend of the Sun Peaks Winter Wine Festival also features a hosted three-course dinner with paired wines from Fort Berenes Estate Winery, a local winery in Lillooet, at the Black Garlic Bistro. On Sunday, Jan. 13, the Black Garlic Bistro will be hosting another event for wine enthusiasts looking to take in a different type of event with delicious appetizers, wines, and art.
Not to be left out, the Cahilty Creek Bar & Grill is also hosting a Blind Tasting Party on Sunday, Jan. 13. Wine lovers will be given the chance to enjoy tapas and unknown samples of wine in this wine tasting party. Bottles of wine will be hidden in a bag and you’ll be asked to choose your favourite variety or pairing during this fun event full of BC wine and live entertainment.
Lastly, to compliment the Family Cup and all the Australians currently visiting the Sun Peaks Ski Resort, the Delta Sun peaks Hotel Ballroom is hosting the Wine Masters Dinner on Monday, Jan. 14, where guests will get a chance to pair an Australian dinner with BC Okanagan wines. The Sun Peaks Winter Wine Festival is one of the top BC food and wine events of the year, so be sure to get your tickets now for the Jan. 12 event, if you haven’t already.