LONG TABLE DINNER SERIES PARTNERS WITH SOUTH OKANAGAN WINERIES La Stella and Le Vieux Pin Wineries set to be the wine pairing for the Lost Lake dinner in Whistler, BC

LONG TABLE DINNER SERIES PARTNERS WITH SOUTH OKANAGAN WINERIES La Stella and Le Vieux Pin Wineries set to be the wine pairing for the Lost Lake dinner in Whistler, BC
The outdoor dinner event of the summer is set to take place outside Whistler, BC at  Lost Lake on Saturday, August  30th.  A long table set amidst a beautiful alpine lake  will set the stage for this alfresco dinner. This dinner being the third, in a series this summer.  Chef James Walt has created a seasonal menu with fresh local organic ingredients to be paired with wines chosen by Araxi wine director Samantha Rahn and 2013 Sommelier of the Year.  Each dish created specifically for the best of what these two   wineries produce.
Guests  will  have  an  experience  like  no  other  at  these  farm  to  table  4-­course  dinners. Tickets  for  the  longtable  dinner  series  are  available  online  at: www.araxi.com
About  LaStella  Winery:   Established  in  2006,  LaStella  Winery  is  situated  at  Osoyoos  Lake  in  the South   Okanagan  Valley  of  British  Columbia.  LaStella  was  created  to  capture  the  vision  of  la   dolce  vita:  the  harmony  of  fine  wine,  food  and  music  with  each  of  wine  named  for  an   Italian  musical  theme.
T  -­ 250.495.8180
www.lastella.com 
Facebook  –  www.facebook.com/LaStellaWinery 
Twitter  –  @lastella_winery 
About  Le  Vieux  Pin  Winery:   With  first  vintage  released  in  2005,  Le  Vieux  Pin  is  named  after  the  majestic  old  pine   tree  in  their  Oliver  vineyard.  The  wines  capture  the  essence  of  French  winemaking   tradition,  but  with  the  fruit  and  character  of  the  New  World.  Le  Vieux  Pin  is   dedicated  to  making  wines  that  are  elegant  and  focused,  with  great  intensity  of  fruit. 
T  -­  250-­498-­8388
www.levieuxpin.ca
Facebook  –  www.facebook.com/LeVieuxPin
Twitter  –  @levieuxpin
Along  with  their  sister  winery,  LaStella,  they  have  upwards  of  50  acres  of  prime   vineyards  in Oliver’s  Golden  Mile  and  Black  Sage  Bench,  as  well  as  the  Osoyoos  Lake   district.  In  their commitment  to  excellence,  they  both  practice  low  input  viticulture   and  sustainable  farming, employing  deficit  irrigation  to  achieve  very  low  yields  and   complex,  concentrated  flavours  in their grapes. 

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