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Sip, savour, and raise money for those with deafblindness

Wine and whiskey sommeliers will show guests how the senses of sight, smell, and taste play a role in amplifying each tasting
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Sip and savour wine and whiskey tastings expertly paired with a three-course gourmet dinner and dessert at Wine and Whiskey on June 6 at the Club at Bond Head.

Learn from professionals in the field and discover how the senses of sight, smell, and taste play a role in isolating and amplifying each tasting.

Hosted by wine and whiskey sommeliers, guests will be guided through each food and drink pairing in a fun and informative approach.

To further satisfy the sense of taste, guests will enjoy a delicious meal prepared by chef Jacquie Peter of the Club at Bond Head. Inspired by chefs like Anthony Bourdain, Martin Picard, Frédéric Morin, and David McMillan, Jacquie says, “it isn’t always about analyzing flavour and composition, it’s about enjoying the company you are sharing your time with too."

The first Wine and Whiskey raises funds for DeafBlind Ontario Services, a not-for-profit organization that helps individuals with deafblindness increase their independence and improve their quality of life.

“Whether you’re a wine or whiskey connoisseur or you simply enjoy a gourmet dining experience, you are invited to an event that will make a difference for people with deafblindness, while enjoying a unique, sensory experience," says Susan Manahan, Director of Development and Communications at DeafBlind Ontario Services.

Silent and live auctions, and the unique opportunity to learn from experts in the field of wine and whiskey make this an event that cannot be missed.

For thirty years, DeafBlind Ontario Services has been enriching lives, one touch at a time for individuals with deafblindness. Since their beginning in 1989, they have made it their mission to inspire the spirit and determination of the people they support.

Tickets are selling fast! For more information and tickets, please visit or call 1-855-340-3267 ext. 233.