Fraîche To Host Fabled Foxtrot At Special Wine Maker’s Dinner

January 14, 2010.
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Vancouver, BC | Celebrated BC wine maker Gustav Allander will be pouring cellar-worthy red and white wine at Fraîche Restaurant’s Foxtrot Wine Maker’s Dinner on Monday, January 25th. Reception begins at 6:30pm with sparkling wine selected for the occasion by Liberty Wine Merchants to compliment Chef Wayne Martin’s creative hors d’oeuvres. Liberty Wine Merchants will be on hand to provide best buying and storage practices for cellar collections as well as a 10% discount for attendees at their Park Royal location. Following the reception Fraîche Chef/Owner Wayne Martin has prepared a sumptuous four course dinner with wine pairings. Martin; a long time promoter of the BC wine industry is intent to have it share in the international spotlight that will accompany the Olympic Games. “We have an opportunity to stoke worldwide demand for BC wines by an order of magnitude never before seen in this young; remarkable, renewable and sustainable industry”.

Tickets for Fraîche Restaurant’s Wine Maker’s Dinner are $125.00 and can be reserved at 604.925.7595 or by email to patrick@fraicherestaurant.ca

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The team behind Fraîche strives to create an exceptional dining experience of both calibre and comfort – their mission is to create memorable, interesting cuisine that is seasonal and regional in a welcoming setting. Fraîche’s subtle elegance makes it versatile for every occasion – from brunch to business lunches and after work drinks to romantic dinners and celebrations of all sorts. Fraîche was named one of Canada’s Top Ten Best New Restaurants of 2008 by enRoute Magazine, received a silver for Best North Shore in the 20th Annual Vancouver Magazine Restaurant Awards and has achieved numerous glowing reviews from Greater Vancouver food media. The restaurant’s panoramic cityscape views complement Chef Wayne Martin’s inspired menus, as does the impressive service, top notch wine list and lovely little extras.

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