Shelter Point Distillery Tasting

Celebrate the return of autumn with Shelter Point Distillery as you are guided through an intimate evening of fine spirits paired with plated appetizers prepared by Crown Isle’s kitchen brigade.

Limited seating – reservations required.

Course 1
Salmon 2 ways:
Candied sockeye and house cured gravlax with lumpfish caviar,
pickled red onion and crème fraiche

Course 2
“Bacalao Fritter” cod, chorizo and potato fritter with olive gribiche and julienne apple

Course 3
Pan seared pork tenderloin, apple-maple and whiskey jus, root vegetable puree

Course 4
Braised lamb ragout with wild mushroom risotto and gremolata

Course 5
Dark chocolate and hazelnut terrine

Featuring:
Shelter Point Hand Foraged Botanical Gin
Shelter Point Canada One Artisan Vodka
Shelter Point Double Barreled Single Malt Whisky
Shelter Point Artisanal Single Malt Whisky
Shelter Point Sunshine Liqueur

Call 250-703-5000 – reservations required, limited seating.

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Jacob Wiebe GENERAL MANAGER | SHELTER POINT
Jacob is Shelter Point’s General Manager and all ‘round Swiss army knife. He joined the operation in 2011 when he was hired to build the new warehouse. He quickly developed a passion for the farm, the distillery and… the owner’s daughter. In fact, Patrick jokes that he came for Emily and stayed for the whisky. Over the years, Jacob has helped in every aspect of the business. You’ll find him driving tractor during harvest, overseeing the 2,000+ precious barrels in the warehouse, managing the sales team and retail environment, kibitzing with customers, coordinating shipments and, on his favourite days, helping Leon perfect the whisky. Jacob thrives on the challenge and variety, comparing his days to a great whisky — complex and no two the same.

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Date

Sep 27 2019

Time

06:00 PM - 09:00 PM

Cost

$50 plus taxes and gratuity

Location

Crown Isle
399 Clubhouse Dr, Courtenay, BC V9N 9G3, Canada

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