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Wild Blueberry Harvest Festival

From Amherst to Truro, Parrsboro to Tatamagouche, Wentworth Valley to the Stewiacke Valley, communities throughout Central Nova Scotia will celebrate the Wild Blueberry Harvest Festival from August 20, 2010 – September 4, 2010. Events include

CATCH Seafood Festival, June 19 & 20

A festive, all-encompassing seafood eating experience, CATCH will be a showcase of Nova Scotia seafood products and the hottest culinary trends. If you love seafood, want to learn the latest culinary techniques, collect new recipes, shop, sample outstanding food and wine, don’t miss Nova Scotia’s premier Seafood event of the year!

Fleur de Sel Awarded 3 Stars

We are thrilled to announce that Taste of Nova Scotia member, Fleur de Sel was awarded 3 Stars in Where To Eat In Canada. This is Canada’s best selling independent restaurant guide. Released each June,

WANS-Wine-Barrels

Nova Scotia Wines Take Home 16 Awards!

Nova Scotia wineries received 16 awards at the annual All Canadian Wine Championships in Windsor, Ontario. The All Canadian Wine Championships, considered the country’s leading wine competition, announced the winners for 2010 on Friday, May

Benjamin Bridge Releases 2009 NOVA 7

Benjamin Bridge released its 2009 vintage of NOVA 7 on May 6, just in time for Mother’s Day. This lightly sparkling, off-dry white wine is the perfect accompaniment to Mother’s Day brunch or dinner. Hailed

2010 Culinary-Guide-Showcase

The 2010 Culinary Guide has arrived.

Enjoy an authentic lobster supper. Sample Nova Scotia’s newest vintage. Find out how to make beet quickle. These are just a few of the experiences captured in the pages of the 2010 Taste of Nova Scotia Culinary Guide. Click here to view the electronic version or to find our where to pick up a complimentary copy of your own.