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Uncork Your Palate is an exciting wine, food and musical experience

Presented at Victoria’s elegant Crystal Garden, Uncork Your Palate is an exciting wine, food and musical experience that raises funds for the Victoria Conservatory of Music.

Proceeds go to support Victoria Conservatory of Music’s music education, performance and community music outreach programs.

Attendees will be among the first to experience the exclusive spring release wine portfolio of Naramata Bench Wineries, and will also have a chance to meet all the winemakers, sample irresistible light bites from Victoria’s finest restaurants, caterers and eateries and enjoy incredible live musical performances including the Damian Graham Jazz Trio.

The evening also includes an exciting food and wine-related silent auction featuring culinary, cultural and travel-themed baskets and packages.

Tickets are on sale now for this deliciously fun fundraising event on Wednesday, April 30 from 6:30 to 9pm. Go to The Strath Liquor Store, 919 Douglas St. or the VCM, 900 Johnson St. or online to vcm.bc.ca for more information and to purchase tickets, $95/must be 19+.

 

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