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Vancouver Urban Winery Enters a New Era

The Goods from Belgard Kitchen & Vancouver Urban Winery

Vancouver, BC | Established in 2011, Vancouver Urban Winery has been producing wines and good times for over a decade, with a portfolio flaunting over 40 vintages to date. As VUW continues into its second decade, the team behind the city’s first urban winery is excited to share its unique space and offering as a premiere event venue, complete with a full kitchen and bar.

Located two blocks east of Gastown, Vancouver Urban Winery is one-of-a-kind: atmospheric and warm with exposed Douglas fir beams, floor-to-ceiling barrels, and soaring ceilings. The freshly revamped space is a “blank canvas” venue suited to any and all events. Adjacent to sibling restaurant Belgard Kitchen’s main dining area, ‘The Cellar’ is the perfect balance of private dining whilst open to the ambiance and energy of the building. For larger events of up to 200 guests, the full venue is also available for booking.

“We love hosting events and celebrations, big and small, and our latest iteration of the space is designed to do just that!” says Reuben Major, CEO & Managing Partner. “We can’t wait to provide memorable experiences for more people in more, and varying, capacities.”

More information on availability and events can be found on Vancouver Urban Winery’s website, social media. Inquiries can be directed to [email protected] or [email protected].

Follow their social media accounts for more information on upcoming releases: @vancouverurbanwinery | vancouverurbanwinery.com


Neighbourhood: Railtown Japantown
 55 Dunlevy Ave.
604-699-1989

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