June 21, 2010
The Wine Establishment, in downtown Toronto, has added a new wine-cellar design centre – a vailable for corporate events and private tastings – to its retail space.
Formerly part of the retail showroom, the design centre showcases a variety of options for wine racking, a display niche for showing off glassware, a custom solid-slab mahogany tasting table, a specially designed wine cellar entry door, cataloguing software and an enomatic wine-dispensing system.
Meeting planners can book the design centre in conjunction with the retail showroom for board meetings and food and wine tastings, according to director Cindy Wilkes.
The entire venue can accommodate groups of 24 for a seated event or as many as 65 for a reception.
A courtyard can also be booked for select events. In addition, the Wine Establishment can organize tastings off-site, in office locations.
For more info, visit BizBash’s site
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