The Taste of Nova Scotia Prestige Awards is a celebration of excellence to honour producers and restaurants that provide exceptional culinary products and experiences. Winners, from consumer nominations, were announced during the annual Tourism Industry Association of Nova Scotia’s (TIANS) Tourism Summit on November 26, 2013.
Chef Martin Ruiz Salvador of Fleur de Sel in Lunenburg proved his culinary prowess on October 17, 2013, taking home the gold award at the Nova Scotia 2013 Gold Medal Plates competition held at the Cunard Centre in Halifax.
Guysborough, N.S. – A special blend of coffee is being launched today at the Fortress of Louisbourg National Historic Site to recognize 300 years of Louisbourg and France’s role in bringing this beverage to the New World
For Immediate ReleaseJune 12, 2013 Halifax, N.S. – On October 17, 2013, nine local chefs will compete in the Halifax Gold Medal Plates competition. The chefs will create their most innovative dishes and the winner
Let us introduce you to Tidal Bay, Nova Scotia’ Premier White Wine. This appellation has been designed to showcase Nova Scotia’s signature aromatic white wines which pair perfectly with our fresh seafood. Click here to learn more.
Press Release – November 2, 2010 L’Acadie Vineyards, Nova Scotia’s first producer of Traditional Method sparkling wine, captured gold at the Annual Canadian Wine Awards in the sparkling wine category. Canadian Wine Access Judge and
Press Release – October 7, 2010 Slow Food Nova Scotia, one of the most active Slow Food conviviums (chapters) in Canada is sending 14 official delegates and an additional four observers from all walks of
PRESS RELEASE – September 20, 2010 Delegates from 15 countries are meeting this week in Halifax, Nova Scotia during the 2010 Culinary Tourism World Summit. The summit, presented by the International Culinary Tourism Association (ICTA)
Fast, fervent and fun, the second annual Taste of Nova Scotia Cutting Edge Culinary Competition took place from April 30 to May 2 at the annual Saltscapes Exposition. Ten Taste of Nova Scotia chefs faced-off