TASTING CLIMATE CHANGE IN NOVA SCOTIA

APRIL 22-23, 2023


Tasting Climate Change is happy to partner with the local food and drink industry to present a one-off seminar on the impact of climate change in the wine industry, which takes place in Nova Scotia.

EAT LOCAL, DRINK SUSTAINABLE DINING EVENT (APRIL 22, 6 - 9 PM)

This local ingredient focused dining event will be hosted at Lightfoot and Wolfville in their elegant wine cellar event space. This multi-course meal will be hosted by Michelle Bouffard, founder of Tasting Climate Change, while representatives of local wineries and businesses showcase what they are doing to craft local drinks with a lens towards sustainability and minimizing their impact on the environment.


MORNING SEMINARS (APRIL 23, 10 AM - 1 PM)

What is the impact of climate change in Nova Scotia? And more importantly, what are the available solutions to adapt and mitigate it for our local craft beverage producers? Michelle Bouffard, founder of Tasting Climate Change, is joined by local and international experts to explore sustainable solutions for Nova Scotia’s craft beverage industry.


LUNCH AND LOCAL PRODUCT TASTING EVENT (APRIL 23, 1 - 3 PM)

What can consumers do to reduce their carbon footprint? What criteria should they consider when purchasing their favourite beverage? Michelle Bouffard, founder of Tasting Climate Change, shares her advice while the guests enjoy a plethora of samples of delicious local wine, beers, and non-alcoholic drinks with a grazing style lunch provided by Lightfoot & Wolfville.

Tickets for each event (dinner, morning seminar and lunch) can be purchased separately.

THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS