The crowd gathers at The Mascot for Cafe Taste Events’ Winter Wine Fair
Last Sunday Cafe Taste Events hosted the Winter Edition of their biannual Ontario Wine and Cheese Fair at Parkdale’s Mascot. Good Food Revolution were there to capture the action for the afternoon portion.
Self-confessed Wine Geek Jeremy Day played ringmaster as much local wine was sipped, local cheese was nibbled upon, jokes were recited, new friends were made, and lots of fun was had.
Rosewood’s charming Krystina Roman states her case for Mead
The Grange Of Prince Edward County’s Caroline Granger
The Grange Of Prince Edward County’s new labels, replacing the Trumpours Mill range with the coloured label in the middle at to the right
Stratus’ Sarah Walker wins over another customer
Stratus’ Sarah Walker doesn’t like having her photo taken… at all
Striking a pose… Sue-Ann Staff smiles for the camera
Unfortunately I didn’t have a chance to taste Calamus’ range
Despite my worries about the lingering smell of coffee, The Mascot turned out to be a great venue
Lots of local wine fans had a whale of an afternoon
Looks as if she is about to sneeze… her eyeshadow matches her dress too
The old Cafe Taste crew were in full effect naturally
It actually got quite busy, but without feeling crowded
Cafe Taste Events’ Jeremy Day leads the proceedings
Showing off the most recent offerings from Sandbanks, Prince Edward County
New to me, Ridge Road Estate Winery… the Gamay was pretty good!
The Rosewood Team charm the punters
Jeremy Day thanks the wineries for participating… with his eyes closed
Jeremy Day declares last call for the afternoon session… and Sarah is caught on camera
Best Rosé by far… Good Earth!
Getting in a few more tastes before the end of the afternoon session
Go on… one last taste to round off the afternoon… Pondview!
Tying up a lovely afternoon of tasting with Julye and her pal