Harmony Arts Festival presents Best of the West at the Ambleside Pier West Vancouver

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Ambleside Pier

BEST of the WEST, sponsored by Grosvenor Americas, is an evening of food and wine pairings that celebrates the best British Columbia has to offer and takes place Wednesday, August 6 from 7-9 pm.

Hosted by house wine, the fourth annual BEST of the WEST celebration lights up the Ambleside pier for a fantastic gastronomic event that is not to be missed. For this event, 12 of the Lower Mainland’s best restaurants will be paired with 12 BC wineries, and tasked with creating the perfect complementary dish to go along with the exquisite wine selections.

There will also be two additional tasting stations at this year’s BEST of the WEST – one will feature delights from the Naramata Bench Wineries Association and a second will feature oyster sampling by Rodney’s Oyster House.

The evening’s guests will have the opportunity to vote for their favourite food/wine combination, with the winning restaurant and winery team crowned BEST of the WEST for 2014. There will be a draw for those guests who voted in the contest, with the winner receiving a $100 gift card to the winning restaurant.

About house wine: house wine is a wine consulting company based in Vancouver, British Columbia. It was
conceived through a great friendship and a genuine love of wine. Collectively, co-owners Michelle Bouffard
and Michaela Morris have dedicated over 25 years to their vinous pursuits. Inseparable since their first sip,
they have led tastings for 6 to 350 people and juggled countless bottles of wine. house wine advocates wine
pleasure without pretence, where wine is demystified and laughs are guaranteed.

Please visit our website at www.harmonyarts.ca for the list of Participating Restaurants and Wineries
at this event and also for more information.

Also, you can call us at 604-925-7268 or email at harmony@westvancouver.ca

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