Events

What’s better than enjoying wine with other wine loving type people?  We feel that wine is intended to be a social beverage, and we try to keep it that way.  Our tastings are small, casual, informative and semi-intimate (in the good way).  We host 14 people, pick a theme, source some killer wines, gather, taste, and enjoy. Keeping things small allows us to talk with you, rather than AT you.

Tastings run from 7 to approximately 9pm.

Each evening includes a guided tasting and lighter fare. We do however encourage guests to eat before attending. We also ask that you refrain from wearing perfume or cologne, as this can affect the aromas and flavours of the wines, and the way other attendees perceive these aromas and flavours.

Please arrange for responsible transportation.
Above all, enjoy yourself!!

To reserve your seats – adam@vinestonewine.com or 403.981.9463

Next Events

Full Bodied Reds $50
February 2
Safe to say it will be pretty chilly the first week of February. Tonight, Paul from Tannin Fine Wines will be here guiding you through some of his favourite Full Bodied Reds to warm up with.

Food & Wine $50
February 16
Wine is delicious, food is as well. But what happens when you find the perfect marriage of the two? Nirvana. Paul from Tannin Fine Wines will be back to teach you how to improve your food and wine game.

Other Italian Grapes $50
February 23
Why should Sangiovese and Nebbiolo have all the fun? Italy has hundreds of different varietals that are less well known, and often seldom seen. Tonight, a few of these grapes will be the star.

Southern France $50
March 2
It has been a while old friend. With two/three stellar vintages in the book for Southern France, it is time to fire up a tasting to highlight some of the bounty available from well, the South of France.

Tempranillo $50
March 16
Wether labeled Tinto Fino, Tinto del Pais, Cencibel, Aragonez, Ull del Llebre or Tinta Roriz – Tempranillo can make a range of styles in a very wide range of price points. Tonight will showcase some of the differences between these Tempranillos.

Portugal $50
March 23
Table wines from Portugal are increasingly more common. Finally. I think it is time to try and decode some of the country’s many indigenous varietals and its regions.