For its eleventh year, Cornucopia: Whistler's Celebration
of Wine and Food promises to be bigger, better, and
more deliciously decadent than ever before with an expanded
lineup of delectable wine, food and tasting events,
plus new extended dates.
A Buffet of Epicurean Events
gourmet food and great wines in one of the most beautiful
places on Earth. Sit in on fascinating seminars with
wineries, critics and wine professionals, or attend
Winemaker Dinners where sumptuous multi-course meals
are paired with a variety of wines. Sniff, sip, swirl
and savour a selection of vintages at various tasting
events, take a Chef's Trip to the Farm, or make the
scene at fabulous after-parties, brunches and buffets.
Cornucopia is a true feast for the senses.
Cornucopia is Whistler's premier wine and food extravaganza.
The annual event is a unique opportunity to mingle,
mix and learn from acclaimed chefs, sommeliers, vintners
and restauranteurs visiting Whistler just for this special
celebration. Featuring a sumptuous variety of hands-on
seminars, fascinating winemaker dinners, gala tasting
events and sizzling after-parties, Cornucopia offers
something for both the experienced gourmet and those
seeking to better appreciate the epicurean delights
of wine and food.
as wine matures over time, so too has Cornucopia gotten
better with age. Originally conceived by Tourism Whistler
as a way to showcase the exceptional dining options
and restaurants in Whistler, Cornucopia has evolved
into a legendary annual festival of taste bud tempting
wining and dining. Now celebrating 11 years as one of
Whistler's most popular signature events, Cornucopia
returns for 2007 with new extended dates and an expanded
lineup of succulent culinary offerings and glamorous
Cornucopia's Crush! Gala Grand Tasting, a festival
highlight that always sells out early, will now be presented
on both Friday, November 9 and Saturday, November 10
to accommodate the high demand for tickets to the event.
And for the first time, Cornucopia will run from Thursday
through Monday to take advantage of the long holiday
Whistler Cornucopia Festival - November 8 —