Save $10 on International Festival Tasting tickets - a limited number of advance IFT tickets (February 26, 27 and 28, 7-10 p.m. and February 28, 3-5 p.m.) are available at the advance rate of $79 for evenings and $58 for the Saturday matinee (regular rate $89 and $68). Only 300 tickets are available at the advance rate for each session. Once advance tickets sell out, IFT tickets will still be available at regular prices. Please note: There are no group rates for International Festival Tastings this year.
Save $10 on Gold Pass Tasting Lounge tickets - the price includes International Festival Tasting ticket and access to the Gold Pass Tasting Lounge (premium wines, light buffet) on February 27 or 28. Advance rate $159 (regular rate $169)
Save $25 on a Gold Pass - for those wanting the full tasting experience. Advance rate $455 (regular rate $480 - full value $645)
Advance tickets on sale until December 31 or while quantities last.
Trade Only Trade Days Conference Pass - $320 ($508 value) The Trade Days Conference Pass is available only to those in the wine, restaurant and hospitality industries who buy, sell, serve or market wine in their business. Registration is required.
Must be 19+ (No Minors) to attend Vancouver International Wine Festival events.
To purchase tickets to the Bacchanalia Gala Dinner + Auction (Friday, February 20, 2015), contact Kelly Snider at 604.637.3098 or email@example.com.
All other events are available through VanWineFest.ca, in person or by phone, starting January 6 for public events and January 27 for trade events.
Tickets to special events such as winery dinners and lunches are not sold at the door nor by the host venue. They must be purchased in advance online, by phone or in person. A limited number of tickets will be released prior to each Trade Tasting and International Festival Tasting session, available in person only.
"the true decision-makers of wineries and the wine industry from around the world are all together, so the side meetings and boardroom discussions are more fruitful than any other festival in Canada, which of course, is incredibly valuable."