GOODS: Gastown’s Salt Tasting Room Gets Set For New Wine Events In Its “Salt Cellar”

January 8, 2013.
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Salt Tasting Room is located in Gastown's Blood Alley (look for the flag) | 604-633-1912 | www.salttastingroom.com

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Vancouver, BC | The Salt Cellar Series offers local wine and food pairings in the unique atmosphere of the Salt Cellar, below Salt Tasting Room. Two to three times a month, Salt Tasting Room opens up their cellar for guests to sample a tasting menu built around wines from a selected winery, paired with artisanal cheeses, charcuterie, and house-made condiments. On several occasions, the spotlight shifts from wine to showcase cheese, charcuterie, honey or Okanagan fruit. The Salt Cellar Series is the perfect opportunity to meet new people in a relaxing environment, seated around the 30-foot long communal table.

Upcoming Salt Cellar events feature the wines of leading producers from BC and abroad, hosted by the winemaker or winery representative to introduce each wine. Upcoming events include: Small Vineyards on February 12, La Stella Winery on February 19, Sokol Blosser Winery on March 19, Stag’s Hollow Winery on March 26, and Chateau Ste. Michelle on April 16.

This unique dining experience is not to be missed, as it offers excellent value for those who appreciate tasting plates, exploring new wines and having them professionally paired. Details after the jump.

Tickets are $40 plus tax and gratuity and space is limited. The events begin at 7pm sharp. To view the upcoming schedule and to purchase tickets visit: www.salttastingroom.com/#events.

About Salt Tasting Room

  • Salt Tasting Room | Well chosen wines, cheeses, and charcuterie | Blood Alley | Gastown
  • Salt Tasting Room | Vancouver, BC
  • Salt Tasting Room | Vancouver, BC
  • Salt Tasting Room | Vancouver, BC
  • Salt Tasting Room | Vancouver, BC
  • Salt Tasting Room | Vancouver, BC
  • Salt Tasting Room | Vancouver, BC
  • Salt Tasting Room | Vancouver, BC
  • Salt Tasting Room | Vancouver, BC
  • Salt Tasting Room | Vancouver, BC
  • Salt Tasting Room | Vancouver, BC
  • Salt Tasting Room | Vancouver, BC
  • Salt Tasting Room | Vancouver, BC

Salt is a tasting room specializing in artisanal cheese, small-batch cured meats, and a dynamic array of wines, beers and Sherries. Our menu is simple. Guests assemble a Tasting Plate from our chalkboard’s selection of 10 cheeses, 10 meats, and 10 condiments. The selections change constantly, making it almost impossible to have the same Salt experience twice.

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