The Revelstoke Ski Club is hosting the fifth annual Snowflake Wine Festival at the Sutton Place Hotel this Saturday

Opening weekend Snowflake Wine Festival

The Revelstoke Ski Club is hosting the fifth annual Snowflake Wine Festival at the Sutton Place Hotel this Saturday, Nov. 30, at 7 p.m.

PHOTO: The Revelstoke Ski Club is hosting the fifth annual Snowflake Wine Festival at the Sutton Place Hotel this Saturday, Nov. 30, at 7 p.m. This year’s event will feature 24 B.C. wineries pouring close to 100 types of wine; and Mt. Begbie Brewery will offer a slate of brews to try as well. To fill the stomach, the chefs from Mica Heliskiing will be cooking up an assortment of appetizers. Also on slate for the night is a live auction with a real auctioneer, a silent auction, and live music. There’s an after-party planned for Mackenzie Crossing (formerly Wino’s) with DJs. Tickets are $50 and all proceeds go to the Revelstoke Ski Club. For more information, and for tickets, go to skied.ca.

 

 

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