Grapes on ice

Wine festival in ski country gives delights from nose to toes

Posted: December 15, 2013 at 3:55 a.m.

A night stroll through Sun Peaks village is a pleasant way to end the day. Sun Peaks Resort is the third-largest ski resort in Canada. It is often called Canada’s Alpine village.

Dinner came in luscious waves. First a delicate spoonful of icewine-infused, smoked salmon, then a scallop ravioli covered gently with champagne cream sauce, then strips of roast pork marinated in Tahitian vanilla, garlic and sage, and finally, the most amazing ice cream, made with sour cream and fig-wine sauce.

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Travel, Pages 50 on 12/15/2013


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