Chocolate and wine tasting at Ex Nihilo Vineyards

Gold medal champions Dominique & Cindy Duby present tasting: For the Love of Chocolate…and Wine!

Join in a rare opportunity to take part in Cocoa Bean To Chocolate Tasting & Appreciation, hosted by Dominique and Cindy Duby, June 23 from 2 – 4 p.m.

The Dubys, of Wild Sweets, will guide you though a sampling of 36 of their ultra premium chocolates. You will learn how they are created to develop unique flavours and textures that will spoil your senses.

The tasting includes a sampling of Ex Nihilo’s small lot wines.

Date:  June 23.

Class fee: $49 + GST

Space  is  limited.

Please email events@exnihilovineyards.com or call 250-766-5522 to register.

The Dubys won several gold and silver Medals at the 2013 Seattle, USA Luxury Chocolate Salon, organized by TasteTV and the International Chocolate Salon.

They won gold for Best Flavored Chocolate Bar for their organic spiced caramel-roasted nut crunch and smoked sea salt bars made with a high percentage milk chocolate, as well as gold for Best Milk Chocolate.

Wild Sweets® Organic Coconut Caramels & Smoked Salt as well as the Limited Release caRaMel – a luxurious collection of soft caramel flavored with alluring spices, premium exotic sea salts, richly textured with dried fruits, spice-smoked nuts and elegantly finished with a custom designed art decor, won gold for Best Caramels and gold for Most Delicious Ingredient Combinations.

Wild Sweets® by Dominique and Cindy Duby also won silver for the overall Best in Salon award from the media and professional judges as well as gold for the Most Exciting Chocolate Experience from the Attendees Choice Award.



 

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