Written By Guest Writer Causes / Drink / Wine Events Nov 6, 2018 Vessel Liquor Presents: SOMM 3 SHARE VIA: Facebook Twitter PinterestSOMM 3 Premieres in Victoria, B.C. November 7th, 6:00pm at The Vic TheatreEAT first brought SOMM to Victoria in 2013, and this year in honour of Gary Hynes, founder and editor of EAT Magazine, Vessel Liquor is sponsoring the BC premiere of SOMM 3. Hynes passed away earlier this summer, and the proceeds of the premier event and the online auction, featuring food and drink items from around B.C,. are benefitting the Gary Hynes Foundation.Tickets are $25 and include a glass of local beer, wine, or cider. Tickets are available through eventbrite by clicking here.EAT would like to thank the culinary community that came together to honour Gary in such a fitting manner. The hard work and generosity of this community has not gone unnoticed.Vessel Liquor Press Release on SOMM 3 and honouring Gary Hynes:This year, Victoria lost a key support, mentor and friend in the culinary scene. Gary Hynes leaves behind a legacy of encouraging new food writers, celebrating local bounty, and just being a sincere and lovely human being.In 2013, EAT Magazine and Gary Hynes brought the original SOMM to Victoria. This groundbreaking wine and sommelier documentary was received with critical acclaim, and provided key insights into the fascinating and enigmatic international sommelier community. SOMM 3, released in summer 2018, explores the tastes and lives of people who play a major role in the $220 billion wine industry. Three of the greatest legends in wine meet to drink the rarest bottles of their careers, while the best blind tasters of today gather to settle an age-old argument. The results could change the world of wine forever.Sponsored by Vessel Liquor, and in collaboration with The Courtney Room, and Cru Consultancy, there will be a 6pm reception, followed by a 6:30pm screening of SOMM 3 at the Vic Theatre on Wednesday, November 7. Tickets are $25 and include a glass of Unsworth Vineyards or Lock + Worth Winery wine, Driftwood Brewery beer, or Tod Creek Craft cider. The online auction, filled with items from magnums of sparkling wine to weekends away in Tofino launches Monday, October 29. The auction will be open until midnight, November 7.For more information visit www.vesselliquor.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org. The silent auction will be live October 29 and can be found at www.VesselLiquor.com or https://www.32auctions.com/Somm3GaryHynes British ColumbiaDrinkFundraiserGary HynessommelierWine SHARE VIA: Facebook Twitter Pinterest Written By: Guest Writer We get many people writing guest articles for us, as well as past contributors. This is the Guest ... Read More You may also like Causes / Food News / Interesting Locals March 24, 2019 Stillmeadow Farm Presentation to Tom Henry from ICC and Slow Food Vancouver Island Stillmeadow Farm Presentation to Tom Henry from ICC and Slow Food Vancouver Island Present in photo from left to right: Steve Walker-Duncan – ... Read More Causes / Events January 25, 2019 Blue Monday Pop-Up Bar – 100 Proof Blues January can be tough around these parts. In fact, it has come to be so globally known as such, that the third Monday of each January has ... Read More Causes / Drink / Events January 19, 2019 Stage Wine Bar presents: 100 Proof Blues Blue Monday Pop-Up Bar – Monday, January 21st, 2019 5:00pm – 10:00pm Stage Wine Bar presents: 100 Proof Blues – a Blue Monday pop ... Read More Causes / Press Release November 19, 2018 Fishermen Helping Kids with Cancer 2018 Herring Sale Fishermen Helping Kids with Cancer (FHKWC) will hold their 8th annual herring sale on Saturday, December 1st in Steveston and Victoria. Since its ... Read More Causes / Press Release / Sustainability November 6, 2018 Toast To The Coast Raises $162,000 For Ocean Conservation Vancouver, B.C. – On Friday, Oct. 19, almost 600 ocean lovers and bon vivants gathered at Vancouver Aquarium® and raised an impressive $162,000 ... Read More Causes / Longform November 3, 2017 The Politics of Food – Part 1 In the next three issues, food writer Jill Van Gyn investigates the complex web of beliefs, values and opinions surrounding our food and its sources. ... Read More Comments are closed.