Sep
24
2:00pm 2:00pm

Sunday Funday Tasting!

Please join us every Sunday as we open up some wine, give a great discount and explore different themes. We keep it light and casual although we have been known to impart some knowledge. Everyone is welcome and we hope that you make it part of your weekly routine!

We will update this listing with details as they become available.

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Oct
1
2:00pm 2:00pm

Sunday Funday Tasting!

Please join us every Sunday as we open up some wine, give a great discount and explore different themes. We keep it light and casual although we have been known to impart some knowledge. Everyone is welcome and we hope that you make it part of your weekly routine!

We will update this listing with details as they become available.

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Oct
8
2:00pm 2:00pm

Sunday Funday Tasting!

Please join us every Sunday as we open up some wine, give a great discount and explore different themes. We keep it light and casual although we have been known to impart some knowledge. Everyone is welcome and we hope that you make it part of your weekly routine!

We will update this listing with details as they become available.

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Sep
17
2:00pm 2:00pm

Sunday Funday Tasting!

Please join us every Sunday as we open up some wine, give a great discount and explore different themes. We keep it light and casual although we have been known to impart some knowledge. Everyone is welcome and we hope that you make it part of your weekly routine!

We will update this listing with details as they become available.

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Jul
16
7:00pm 7:00pm

SOLD OUT! // Food, Wine, Stories—and Family— with Aman Dosanj of the “Paisley Notebook”

SOLD OUT! Thank-you to everyone who purchased tickets for the event. We apologize to anyone who cannot attend. Please subscribe to our email list to receive event announcements earlier. We hope to see you at our next event! Sincerely, Broadway International Wine Shop

Have you ever wanted to go off on an Anthony Bourdain–style culinary tour of the world? Well, if you haven’t done it yet, we invite you to join us for the next best thing—an evening of delicious food and meaningful stories with someone who has.

We are super excited to announce that we will be hosting a special wine and food long-table dinner with chef Aman Dosanj of the The Paisley Notebook 'edible adventures' blog. On Sunday July 16th 7pm, she is making a special trip down from her home in Kelowna to our little shop in Kitsilano. This is an event that we’ve been planning for a while, and our theme is something that is meaningful to us both. It is Family. 

From the moment we heard about her eight month culinary journey last year, we followed her adventures as she shared her experiences. Aman is someone who has inspired our family with her charitable spirit, her passion towards food and her travel stories. We love her mission statement that she posted just before she left:

“So, let the discovery begin. I’m off to New Zealand, Australia, Fiji, Thailand, Cambodia, Athens, Copenhagen, London, Italy and New York. It’s time to think, dream, grow and create, and to literally eat the world.”

But Aman is not just a foodie traveler. She also has received acclaim for her work on the other side of the swinging kitchen doors. Back in 2009, Aman and her family opened up Kelowna’s first farm-to-table Indian restaurant. And a big part of their success was based on developing close working relationships with the local farmers and wine producers that they featured in their dining room.

After finishing her trip, Aman has held sell-out 'Say It Like You Eat It' pop-up dinners in the Okanagan. These are inspired by her travels, the people she has met and featured on her 'Food Memory Project'. We are so honoured to have her come to the wine shop to do her first pop-up dinner in Vancouver.

Storytelling will be a big part of our evening together. We feel that we are storytellers for the wineries and the winemakers we are passionate about, and Aman, as you can tell from her blog, loves to tell stories with food. It’s that connection with storytelling and family that we want to celebrate, and we hope that you will join us as we eat and drink, and toast the families who work and create together.

For our event, Aman will be bringing farm fresh produce from the Okanagan, as well as using seasonal ingredients from our local producers. Her four course, Indian-inspired meal will be inspired by her 'food memory project' from her travels around the world. And of course, there will be wine! We are already having fun exploring the wines to pair with the food. Our focus will be family wineries from both local and international producers.

Proceeds from this event will go to Project Chef, as chosen by a young member of our wine shop family, 8 year old foodie, Chase! Project Chef is a local non-profit that is all about reconnecting kids with the age-old human traditions of sourcing, understanding, preparing and enjoying real food. 

This event will family long-table style. It will be a casual yet intimate setting. It also means that, thanks to our cozy quarters, space is limited, so please act soon to secure your spot(s) by purchasing your ticket with the provided link.

We hope you will join us for what we are sure will be one of our highlight tastings of the year. 

 Sincerely,

The Broadway Wine Shop Family  |  Estd. 1986

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May
16
7:00pm 7:00pm

Special Winemaker Tasting: Marcus Ansems MW, Daydreamer Wines

Hi everyone,

We have been dreaming about this next event for a while! We’re happy to announce that on Tuesday, May 16th, 7–9pm, we welcome Marcus Ansems, Master of Wine and owner/winemaker of Daydreamer Wines, to our little family shop!

There are multiple reasons why we wanted to do an event with Marcus. He makes delicious wine. He is dedicated to the environment and to organic/low intervention farming. He adds as little to the wine as possible. The wines are named after family members and the family crest is on his high-end wines. He likes to say that it, "keeps him honest!" But more important to us is that it is a family business. All that they've done was once a "Daydream", and that's just like how we started!  

Marcus was born in Australia and was literally raised in the vineyard. He now brings over 30 vintages of experience of making wine in Europe, South Africa, Australia and Canada. Today, he lives on the Naramata Bench and together with his wife Rachel (a highly trained wine taster with International wine business experience) they own and run their boutique winery. 

Marcus recently became the fifth Master of Wine in Canada and he is the only University qualified winemaker/viticulturist MW in the country. But, those are just accolades that he has never mentioned to us once, and he comes across as one of the humblest guys you will ever meet.

Along with the wines, there will be some irresistible cheese from Les Amis du Fromage and charcuterie selections from our favourite local suppliers.

This event will be a casual yet intimate setting. It also means that, thanks to our cozy quarters, space is very limited. Please act soon to secure your spot(s). Tickets are $15 per person and must be purchased either online, in person or by phone 604-734-8543. 

We hope you will join us for what we are sure will be a fantastic evening!

Sincerely,

The Broadway Wine Shop Family  |  Estd. 1986

All images ©Daydreamer Wines

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May
14
2:00pm 2:00pm

Mother's Day — May 14th

Hi everyone,

With Sunday's tasting, we salute Mom. Come by between 2-5pm as we will try some bubbly and wine along with some treats, cheeses and charcuterie!

Also, following our annual tradition, we will have beautiful Orchid blooms for all moms who visit us Mother's Day (while supplies last)! This has been one of our family traditions since 1986. Our mom, Anita, would present lovely flowers to all moms on Mother's Day.

How did it all begin? It all began when Anita received a bountiful bouquet of flowers at the shop on Mother's Day. On that day, many people opened-up and shared their stories about their moms, kids or their family. Anita started to hand-out flowers from the bouquet she had received as a token of gratitude.

Sharing her bouquet of flowers with other moms was special to her. It was a nod to all moms. It was about sharing, about connection, love and acknowledgement. She loved the conversations and stories, the smiles, laughter and tears shared. Anita passed away in 2001. In loving memory of our beautiful mom, Anita, we've continued this tradition in her honour!

Happy Mother's Day again to all!

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Apr
25
7:00pm 7:00pm

SECOND TASTING! — A Taste of Puglia: Olive Oil & Wine Tasting Event

Hi everyone,

Due to many requests, we are holding a second Puglia olive oil and wine event for those who were unable to get tickets to the first one. The date for the second tasting is April 25th, 7-9pm. It will be the same as the first one, so please read the following for event details.

To purchase tickets, please click on link below.

Hope to see you here!

We are extremely happy to host an intimate gathering at our long table on Tuesday April 25th 7–9pm, to explore the Italian region of Puglia. Joining us will be Tonio Creanza of Messors, a cultural heritage conservator and 6th generation olive oil producer – Famiglia Creanza. Tonio grew up on his family farm tending to durum wheat, vineyards and olive tree cultivation in the historical and archeological rich setting of Puglia. Every year, he returns home to his families' heirloom olive groves for the harvest. Together, alongside three generations of the Creanza Family, they hand-pick the organic olives and cold press them to make the amazing extra virgin oil they offer.

Tonio also returns home for the Messors workshops that he has been conducting for the past 25 years. Attending one has been on our bucket list for a while, and it was through a series of coincidences that we first met. And did we mention that Tonio and Messors is the subject of a recent documentary, Shepherds in the Cave. Check the link to see the trailer.

For our event, Tonio will take us through an informative Olive Oil tasting of the new vintage and when that has concluded he will be sharing some of his olive oil based Puglian canapés and appetizers.

For our wine tasting, we have a varied selection to explore from Primitivos, Negroamaro, Fiano-Greco and more. Puglia, the Southern heel portion of the Italian boot, is an ancient wine making region (think 2000BC). It is particularly well known for their fruit-forward, ripe red wines that are some of the best values in Italian wine. We've always liked the phrase “wine is bottled sunshine.” As this region is the sunniest part of Italy, it would seem this description fits Puglian wines exceptionally well. 

This is an evening not to be missed and needless to say, we are looking forward to this event! We should warn you though, only 25 spots are available. If you do plan on attending, please purchase your ticket as soon as possible! Hope to see you here.

Cheers,

The Broadway Wine Shop Family|  Estd 1986

Date + Time: Tuesday April 4th, 7—9pm.
Location: Broadway International Wine Shop
Cost: $35

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Feb
19
3:00pm 3:00pm

Black Hills Tasting!

Hi everyone,

This coming Sunday we will host a special impromptu tasting with winemaker Graham Pierce of Black Hills Estate Winery. He is the person behind the cult Okanagan wine, Nota Bene, and will be here to taste his wines and to chat about the current and the upcoming vintage. Graham is coming out from Osoyoos for the International Wine Festival and he finishes off his trip at our shop.

This event will run this Sunday from 3-5pm. Please RSVP ASAP if you will attend, so that we can plan accordingly. You can email hello@broadwaywineshop.ca or call us at (604) 734-8543.

Hope to see you here!

Cheers,

The Broadway Wine Shop Family  |  Estd 1986

Date + Time: Sunday February 19th, 3—5pm.
Location: Broadway International Wine Shop
Cost: Complimentary

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Feb
5
3:00pm 3:00pm

Lunar New Year Tasting No.2

Hi everyone,

This week the Lunar New Year festivities continue at our shop with our second tasting in the series. On Sunday February 5th, 3-5pm, please join us again as we add red wines from other areas of the world to the mix and and explore some savoury bites. Please note that the start of the event is moved up to 3pm, from our 2pm regular start time.

Did mention there will be a lion dance!?! We have one of Vancouver's best Lion Dance troupes preforming for us all! The Bak Mei kung fu association has been lion dancing in Vancouver since 1972 and they have performed at many celebrations over the years, including the 2010 Winter Olympics. The Lion Dance is an ancient tradition that will be performed to bring good luck and blessings for the new year.

This is also the last week to enter our coin draw. We will be raffeling off two artist-signed, limited edition, pure silver Year of the Rooster coins, issued by The Royal Canadian Mint. These coins are minted as a commemoration of the 2017 Lunar New Year and for some of you who know, we have a very personal connection to them. ;) You can enter in the draw for these coins during our event. We'll announce the winner before the Spring Festival!

So please join us as we taste some wines of the world, experience a traditional Lion Dance and toast the coming Spring!

Gung Hey Fat Choy!

The Broadway Wine Shop Family
Estd 1986

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Jan
29
2:00pm 2:00pm

Lunar New Year, Year of the Rooster Tasting No.1

Hi everyone,

We are bringing some Lunar New Year festivities to our neck of Kitsilano! This year, we will be holding two tastings, so come join us as we kick-off the Year of the Rooster on Sunday, January 29th from 2—5pm. This will be followed by another exciting tasting on Sunday, February 5th (more details to come)!

At our first tasting, we will be featuring an array of wines including sparkling and dessert. Alongside the wine will be an assortment of delicious festive treats. As the Lunar New Year celebrations run for 15 days, we chose the following weekend to hold a second tasting where we will have a surprise visit from some special guests. We will feature another tasty line-up of wines and this time there will be more of a focus on savoury bites.

Lastly, we will be giving away two artist-signed limited edition, pure silver Year of the Rooster coins, issued by The Royal Canadian Mint. These coins were minted as a commemoration of the 2017 Lunar New Year and we have a very personal connection to them! ;) You can enter in the draw for these coins during our events.

So please join us to ring in the Lunar New Year and let's raise a glass to the coming Spring!

Gung Hey Fat Choy!

The Broadway Wine Shop Family
Estd 1986

Location: Broadway International Wine Shop
Cost: Complimentary

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Jan
8
2:00pm 2:00pm

SUNDAY TASTING

Every Sunday, 2-5pm we hold tastings that explore the world of wine! We always have 3-5 bottles open along with some of our amazing cheeses by Les Amis du Fromage.

This Week we are exploring an off-dry blend from the Okanagan's family-owned, Arrowleaf Cellars, First Crush White (Pinot Gris, Bacchus, Auxerrois). Delicious on it's own or paired with seafood, spicy dishes or poultry.

Second on the list is going to be the Arrowleaf Cellars single varietal, Pinot Noir. This wine is medium-bodied with smooth tannins, raspberry and cherry aromas. Yes, this would be perfect with poultry, salmon or a mushroom risotto!

The next place our palate will be journeying to is all the way to Portugal, to try the Flor de Crasto from the Duro DOC. This represents great value for a full bodied red that has loads of dark fruit, spice along with earthy notes of leather and tobacco.

Hope to see you here!

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Dec
17
2:00pm 2:00pm

2016 Christmas Market + 30th Anniversary Celebration!

A reoccurring question we hear at this time of the year is, "Are you going to be doing your 'Christmas Market' again this year"? And the answer, you’ll be pleased to hear, is a resounding, “Absolutely!” In fact, we are looking forward to making this year’s event extra special, as it coincides with our 30th anniversary!

That’s right, it has been thirty years since the Broadway International Wine Shop opened its doors—one of the first independent wine stores in the province—and we are humbled to still be here today. Thirty years of bringing wines of the world to our little corner of Kitsilano. Thirty years of promoting what’s new and exciting on the BC wine scene. Thirty years of partnering with our friends in the local culinary community and becoming a true neighbourhood destination. We are happy to be the little family shop that keeps on going.

So we’re looking forward to celebrating this milestone, in the season of celebration, with the people who have really made this happen: our family, friends and neighbours. Please drop by on December 17th between 2–5pm for some warm seasonal good cheer.

Try some of our favourite holiday sippers—from celebration bubbles, crisp whites, sumptuous reds, craft ciders and rich dessert finishers. Sample the offerings of some of our favourite local boutique food purveyors. Warm-up with some of our own blend of mulled wine, enjoy the festivities and the company of friends and neighbours. And of course, there will be birthday cake!

We look forward to seeing you, as we once again gather in the spirit of the season.

This is a complimentary event, but keep in mind space is limited. Please RSVP (ASAP) to let us know if you intend to join us, so we can add you to our guest list and prepare accordingly. Please email us at hello@broadwaywineshop.ca or call us at (604) 734-8543.

Cheers,

The Broadway Wine Shop Family
Estd. 1986  |  Celebrating 30 Vintages! 

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Nov
14
7:00pm 7:00pm

LITTLE ENGINE // Winemaker + Proprietors Tasting!

Little Engine’s entire portfolio is, arguably, the most impressive yet from a new British Columbia winery
— John Schreiner

We have a lot of respect for those who make their dreams come true, who create something tangible and in doing so leave their mark on their chosen field of endeavor. This is why we can really get behind the ambitions of Steven & Nicole French, the husband-and- wife team behind the new Naramata winery, Little Engine. Starting up a new winery is always a challenging undertaking, and the Okanagan area has seen its share of start-ups come and go. It takes a special kind of persistence and dedication to make it work. Steven and Nicole know all about that and now they are seeing the rewards of that dedication.

That’s why the winery is called Little Engine. It is, as you may have guessed, a nod to the classic story "The Little Engine That Could". In a recent article by wine guru John Schreiner, Steven talked about the name and the philosophy that s represented on the labels, which depict a ladder leading up to a stylized moon. “The ladder is what it takes to reach for the moon,” he says. “Our family motto is ‘Dreams don’t come true; dreams are made true.’ If it takes a ladder to get there, don’t give up. It is just like the little engine that could.”

Of course, they have had help making their dream come true, having assembled a fantastic team—including winkemaker Scott Robinson. Scott fell in love with the idea of winemaking while on a trip to Australia and upon his return to Canada he studied winemaking and spent 3 vintages at Township 7 Winery. Then it was back to Australia to get his Winemaking Masters Degree at the University of Adelaide before coming home in 2009 to make wine at La Frenz (another Naramata success story). After leaving there in 2012 he did a stint with a start-up winery before joining the team at Little Engine last year.

Management of the vineyards falls into the hands of Pénélope Roche. Wine literally runs through her family's veins as she was born in France and has five generations behind her at the family estate, Château les Carmes Haut-Brion. This tiny estate's elegant wines rival the Grand Crus of Bordeaux. Formal studies in Oenology in Bordeaux and a resume that includes winemaking in Spain, New Zealand and Australia combined with her vast experience in both viticulture and winemaking blends perfectly with Little Engines pursuit of excellence.

These are truly remarkable people making truly remarkable wines—and we invite you to find that out for yourself, as we are hosting them for a special tasting of their current vintage and a few surprises, on November 14th at 7-9pm. Along with the wines, there will be some delectable cheese, charcuterie and Autumn(ish) edible selections from some of our favourite suppliers.

We are really delighted to be doing this event and to be able to give our customers the chance to meet Steven & Nicole French and winemaker Scott Robinson, to try some wonderful wines, and to experience where this little engine is going!

Hope to see you here!

Broadway Wine Shop Family  |  Estd. 1986

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Sep
27
7:00pm 7:00pm

SPECIAL FOOD AND WINE EVENT // MASAYOSHI WITH KAWATSURU + TATENOKAWA SAKE BREWERIES

We are thrilled to announce our upcoming wine + food event! On Tuesday, September 27th, 7–9pm, we will welcome one of Vancouver's top Japanese chefs, Masayoshi Baba of Masayoshi and two Sake Breweries from Japan, Kawatsuru and Tatenokawa, to our wine shop for what we are sure will be an exciting evening!

When we first tasted Masayoshi’s cuisine, we were blown away by his creations. Not only were they beautiful to the eyes, but they were an amazing exploration of flavours, textures and presentation. Masayoshi is a culinary artist who developed serious skills over two decades, both back in Japan and during his 10 years as sushi chef at Tojo’s. This year, Masayoshi was awarded Bronze at the Vancouver Magazine Awards, in the Best Upscale Japanese category alongside his respective peers. Pretty impressive, considering the level of talent this city has to offer and that Masayoshi had been open less than a year. But, awards don't faze him as he is as humble and kind as ever. What Masayoshi is passionate about, is his cuisine and sharing his craft and creations with everyone. With that said, we are very honoured to have Masayoshi come to our wine shop to do just that. 

Guiding us through the sake pairings, will be certified Sake Sommelier, Manami Sei and special guests from Japan, Naoko Obata of Tatenokawa and Yuichiro Kawshito, President of Kawatsuru Brewery. We will be tasting a variety of sake styles from these two renown breweries. These producers both have a long and awarded history, but their styles and approaches to sake making are quite different. Kawatsuru, which first opened their doors in 1854, is a traditional style sake brewery, while Tatenokawa, which opened in 1832, has a decidedly modern approach. We can’t wait to see what Masayoshi creates alongside the sake pairings. 

This event will be communal longtable style. It will be a casual yet intimate setting. It also means that, thanks to our cozy quarters that space is limited. Please act soon to secure your spot(s). 

We hope you will join us for what we are sure will be a memorable evening!

Sincerely,

The Broadway Wine Shop Family  |  Estd. 1986


All Masayoshi Photos, Credit: Leila Kwok 


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Aug
31
7:00pm 7:00pm

Black Hills Winemaker + Live Music!

All images ©Black Hills Estate Winery 

One of the advantages of being among the first independent wine stores in the province, with a history stretching back thirty years now, is that we have some great memories of being there when certain BC wineries made their big breakthrough. Even better, we get to celebrate their continuing success.

Which is why we are very happy to welcome Black Hills Estate Winery to our shop. This is a winery that was among the first to make a big splash in the Okanagan when they opened in 1996. And they were one of the first in BC to produce a bona fide cult hit among wine aficionados—the Nota Bene—selling out their entire 2006 vintage of 3300 cases. In 47 minutes! We still remember the madness surrounding that release, and the enthusiastic line-up we had here in the shop.

There are a number of reasons for their phenomenal success. One of them is their ideal location--a 40-acre property located on the Black Sage Bench north of Osoyoos, in the heart of Canada’s only desert. It is a micro climate that makes it one of the hottest, driest, and most sunny sites in the country.

Another reason is the extraordinary dedication of the people behind the wines. You know how you often hear of wine producers who “eat and sleep” wine-making? In this case, that is almost literally true, as Black Hills winemaker Graham Pierce actually lives on-site, right in the middle of the vineyard.

Graham is coming out from his Osoyoos hideaway and will be here with us on Wednesday August 31 at 7–9pm and he’s bringing along the latest selections from Black Hills. We anticipate another memorable evening.

For this event, they are pairing these exceptional wines with some carefully selected live music. Scientific studies say that music enhances the appreciation of wine – let’s get together on the 31st and find out how true that is. Whatever the case, it will be a great end-of-the-summer soirée.

This is a complimentary event, but keep in mind space is limited. Please RSVP (ASAP) to let us know if you intend to join us, so we can add you to our guest list and prepare accordingly. You can call us at (604) 734-8543 or email hello@broadwaywineshop.ca

Sincerely,

The Broadway Wine Shop Family  |  Estd. 1986

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Jun
7
7:00pm 7:00pm

SOLD OUT! Longtable Wine + Seafood Tasting with F.I.S.H.!

SOLD OUT! Thank-you to everyone who purchased tickets for the event. We apologize to anyone who cannot attend. Please subscribe to our email list to receive event announcements earlier. We hope to see you at our next event! Sincerely, Broadway International Wine Shop

Here at the wine shop, we love seafood! We love the rich, complex flavours, and we love experimenting to find which dishes pair best with which wines. And for a long time we have wanted to host a seafood-themed tasting event. The thing with seafood, however, is that it has to be good seafood—fresh from the ocean and expertly prepared. Otherwise, it can just be...fishy. So we put those plans on hold until the time arrived when we could find the right neighbourhood partner to work with.

That time is here! 

It just so happens that we have new neighbours who are legendary in the local world of seafood. Just a couple of blocks away, the new location of F.I.S.H. (Fresh Ideas Start Here) has opened up. This is a store specializing in fresh, locally-sourced, sustainable Ocean Wise seafood—a store owned and operated by Jenice Yu, who launched her first store in Burnaby in 2008, which quickly became a hit with seafood aficionados and chefs from the most reputable restaurants in the city such as Maenam, Bishop's, Boulevard, West, Farmer's Apprentice (just to name a few). She was also named producer/supplier of the year by Chef's Table Society of BC at the 2012 Vancouver Magazine Restaurant Awards.

Jenice comes from a family that is well-established in the fishing and seafood business. She knows all about the bounty of quality seafood that comes from our BC waters and she has seen so much of it get shipped abroad to foreign markets that she has made it her mission to get as much of it as possible to the mouths of local residents. Her passion is educating people about the joys of eating the best fresh fish.

So here is our plan: we’re inviting you to join us on Tuesday, June 7, from 7 to 9 pm for a very special wine-and-seafood celebration. Jenice will be joining us, along with F.I.S.H’s Culinary Development Chef, Josh Blumenthal (formerly the Chef de Cuisine at Bishops and Executive Sous Chef at Wildebeest) to share stories of the ocean, it's harvest and of course, to wow our tastebuds!

We are going to start with some appetizers such as their signature Hawaiian Tuna Poke. Then we’re going to enjoy some of F.I.S.H.’s in-house “shmoked” line of “no additives, no preservatives” smoked delicacies. Finally, we’ll taste this year’s local spot prawns with a much-anticipated spot prawn boil. If you know your prawns, you know that May marks the launch of the spot prawn harvest in B.C. waters—a season that only lasts a few weeks, and that yields some of the most delectable seafood morsels the oceans have to offer.

And yes, there will be wine. Wine and seafood have come together to produce sensational taste experiences since...well, since there has been wine and seafood! We’ll be pouring some classic pairings as well as a few surprises. And while the food is fresh from BC, we’ve decided to open up a world of wine options, from both local and international wine producers. 

This event will be communal longtable style. It will be a casual yet intimate setting. It also means that, thanks to our cozy quarters, space is limited, so please act soon to secure your spot(s). 

Proceeds from the event will go to Project Chef, as chosen by the youngest member of our wine shop family, 7-year-old foodie, Chase! Project Chef is a local non-profit that is all about reconnecting kids with the age-old human traditions of sourcing, understanding, preparing, and enjoying real food.

We hope you will join us for what we are sure will be one of our highlight tastings of the year. 

Sincerely,

The Broadway Wine Shop Family  |  Estd. 1986

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