Upcoming Events

Holiday Dinner Dance
with DJ Ernie West
Saturday December 12th
Faculty Club Dining Room

We had such a good response last year to the Holiday Dinner Dance, we are returning to the Faculty Club for what will be another fine evening, on Saturday December 12th in the main dining room. Following a reception at 6:30 p.m. with sparkling wine with appetizers in the Main Lounge, at 7 p.m. we will sit down with friends for a fine Aussie holiday dinner, each course will naturally accompanied by wines selected from the cellar by Cellar-master, John Macdonald, This year music for listening and dancing will be provided by Ernie West our DJ for the evening.

Hors D’Oeuvres in the Main Lounge
Crab Cakes served with Garlic Aioli
Seared Duck Breast with Hoisin Mayonaisse on Crostini Woodland Mushroom & Polenta Squares with Gorgonzola Cheese

Appetizer Course
Ace Bakery Dinner Rolls and Butter
Chilled Seafood Salad

Main Course
Roast Ontario Turkey Breast and Rolled Dark Meat with Savory Stuffing and Dried Fruits Served with Mashed Potatoes, Gravy, Root Vegetables, Cranberry / Orange Relish 

Dessert Course
Mango Pavlova with Kiwis
Coffee and Tea on Request.

(Please advise if you have any food allergies, and please no strong perfume or aftershave.)

Price for this event for Members and Guests is $95.00. Closing date for reservations is Wednesday December 9th. The Registration Form is available for download here, complete and mail to Australian Wine Society of Toronto, c/o Bernard Nottage, 71 Old Mill Road, Suite 310, Toronto, Ontario, M8X 1G9.

Or, the link to on line registration is https://awsholidaydd2015.eventbrite.ca 

Please advise us if you have a party of 3 or more and we will endeavor to reserve a table for you. The Faculty Club is located at 41 Willcocks Street, south of Harbord and east of Spadina.

Future Events

Watch for news in December about our Australia Day Dinner at the Albany Club booked for Friday January 23rd.

March will feature a very special d’Arenberg night with a vertical tasting of earlier vintages, not to be missed by d’Arenberg fans. It can help you learn about a particular wine producer, their wines and their style, in depth. This is as opposed to a tasting spanning several producers or vineyards from the same vintages, which is called a horizontal tasting.

April will usher in the always popular Shiraz tasting, and we have many outstanding one in the cellar.

May event will be a dinner at Vertical in First Canadian Place, then The Solstice Dinner in June at the Faculty Club.

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