Prince Edward County Wines Take Over Ottawa

Back by popular demand, Ottawa based Savvy Company is hosting the 4th annual County in the Capital showcasing the best of Prince Edward County with over 15 wineries, cideries and a craft brewery. 

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What’s so great about County In The Capital? Well, of course you can sample and place orders — but unlike other events, Savvy Company is offering free shipping by courier on all orders of 12 or more bottles of any combination of featured wines, beers and ciders.  This is a great way to get your hands of bottles not available at the LCBO! 

County in the Capital will feature:  
Barley Days Brewery , Bergeron Estate Winery & Cidery Co., Casa-Dea Estates Winery , County Cider Company , Del-Gatto Estates Winery, Devil’s Wishbone, Lacey Estates Winery, Hillier Creek Estates & Winery,  Huff Estates , Keint-He Winery & Vineyards, Lighthall Vineyards, Long Dog Winery , Rosehall Run Vineyard, Sandbanks Estate Winery, Stanners Vineyard, The Grange of Prince Edward , Three Dog Winery, Trail Estate Winery..and others still to be announced.

 ?This Taste & Buy event will give Ottawa consumers the opportunity to taste the talent and be WOWed with the quality that is coming from Prince Edward County,? explains Savvy Company�s Founder and Sommelier Debbie Trenholm. ?They are a dynamic community and truly have something incredibly special. We can�t wait to share these discoveries at County in the Capital, have the ticketholders stock up on their new found favorites�and then join us to visit The County on our Savvy Bus Trips this spring and summer.?

Advance tickets are only available online at savvycompany.ca

Another bonus? Tickets are $65 — but until March 23rd you can bring a friend for only a dollar!

?There are over 35 wineries, a craft brewery � as well as a new one under construction and cideries,  complemented by fabulous farm-to-table restaurants and bistros, the annual Terroir Wine & Farmers Market in the spring, The Great Canadian Cheese Festival in the summer, TASTE Community Grown festival in the fall, plus an array of historic boutique inns.  There are countless reasons to come to for a visit � and return again and again,? said Bryan Rogers, co-owner of Keint-He Winery & Vineyards. 

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