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Big Wine Event at SAT, David Tanis Loves Montreal

WINE WIRE— A big private import wine soirée, in conjunction with Vinnovation, Oenopole, La QV and Bambara Selection, takes place at the SAT in a few hours. Vins Vignerons Vinyles starts at 7:00 p.m., ends at 3:00 a.m. and costs $45 plus tax and service charge. All that includes nibbles from Joe Beef, Vin Papillon, Frankies Spuntino Brooklyn, Maison Publique, Maison Boulud, Lawrence and more, and wine from the likes of Chablis master Thomas Pico, Raj Parr (Sandhi), Jamie Kutch, Georges Laval (Champagne) and Principiano (Barbaresco). [Facebook]

WINE WIRE— As part of Taste MTL, the Institut de tourisme et d'hôtellerie du Québec will hold master classes over the next three days with international wine experts Romain Gruson, Lianne Castravelli, and Bertrand Eichel. [Tourisme Montreal]

VIP GUESTS— David Tanis, "City Kitchen" columnist for The New York Times and cookbook author, was in Montreal to promote his new book, One Good Dish, over the weekend. On the itinerary: Olive + Gourmando for an interview with Susan Schwartz of The Gazette, lunch with critic Lesley Chesterman at Lawrence, dinner with Jonathan Cheung at Maison Publique and an event at Cheung's Appetite for Books for good measure. Tanis' assessment of his short stay in the city: "I'm moving to Montreal. Best 36 hours." [Twitter]
[Photo: SAT]

Lawrence

5201 Boulevard Saint-Laurent, Le Plateau-Mont-Royal, QC H2T 1S4 (514) 503-1070 Visit Website

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1201, boul. Saint-Laurent / 3e étage, Montréal, QC H2X 2S6 514 844 2033 Visit Website

Appetite For Books

388 Victoria, Westmount, Quebec H3Z 2N4 (514) 369-2002

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