Location: Benjamin Bridge Date: Friday, October 23, 2020 Time: 3:00 pm - 5:00 pmPrice: $125.00 - Buy Now
Since time immemorial, the Mi’kmaq have harvested, foraged, gathered, hunted, prepared, and consumed food on their traditional territory of Mi’kma’ki, which includes Nova Scotia. In search of the deepest roots of the Gaspereau Valley, Benjamin Bridge invites guests to its vineyards to learn about terroir beyond the contemporary definition of soil and climate. In partnership with Glooscap First Nation, this unique walking workshop includes Mi’kmaq leadership, cultural representatives, and allies speaking on an array of themes at outdoor fire pit stations, where culinary collaborations between the Mi’kmaq community and chefs Jason Lynch and Stéphane Levac are paired with wine and other drinks.
Ticket Prices: $125 (includes light food & drink pairings); in person only; limited capacity; rain or shine.
Sponsored by: Benjamin Bridge, Glooscap First Nation & Royal Bank
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