Celebrate Food & Drinks at Cornucopia this November
The snow has started to dust the mountain tops in Whistler and Pemberton, creating excitement for the opening day of ski season on Whistler Blackcomb on November 23, 2017. With the opening weekend of the mountain about a month away, there are still lots of things happening in Whistler to keep you busy while you wait.
This November 9th to 19th, Cornucopia returns to Whistler for an 11-day celebration of food and drinks. This will be the 21st consecutive year of the widely popular event happening in Whistler. There's something for everybody to indulge in during Cornucopia, you can choose from a vast array of food and drink events and activities going on throughout the week. The diverse schedule of Cornucopia makes sure you can enjoy amazing food, great entertainment, and sip quality spirits, beer, and wine at every turn.
Whistler's Cornucopia is always growing in popularity, and many of the events will sell out, so it's important to get your tickets quickly! Experience true indulgence through a number of events including interactive dinners, galas, wine tastings, parties, BBQs, night markets, and so much more. Take a look at some of the more notable events happening during the festival below or take a look at the full 11-day schedule for Cornucopia to see if anything gets you salivating.
Cornucopia 2017 Events
Kick off the festival with some laughter at the Comedy Kitchen.
Discover and sample new luxury wines at the Cellar Door Grand Tasting. Meet the producers and winemakers behind the bottles while you enjoy gourmet treats and sip fine wine.
Get to know some new wines and revel in the electric atmosphere at Cornucopia's flagship tasting event - Crush Grand Tasting.
Enjoy delicious BBQ cooking, micro-brewed beer, home-grown spirits, and more prepared by British Columbia's best food and drink talents at House Party: Best of BC.
Explore street style cuisine with influences from all over the globe at Cornucopia's Night Market. Refined yet casual, Night Market gives you the opportunity to browse and sample flavours in an open market type setting.
POURED Grand Tasting has an extensive amount of beverages for you to indulge in, from scotch, international wines, BC beers, ciders, and more - POURED has it all.
Have you always dreamed of becoming a sommelier or gaining expert certification? If you have, this is the course for you. WSET Level 1 is perfect for any amateur winemaker or collector and is held over the first two days of Cornucopia. WSET Level 2 starts on Monday, November 13th.
Are you looking for somewhere to stay during Cornucopia? Pemberton Valley Lodge is located only 25 minutes North of Whistler and features great deals and packages for you to take advantage of!
Posted: Wednesday, October 18, 2017