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Halifax International Wine Fest November 30

November 30th, Pavilion 22, 2024
Halifax Seaport

Afternoon: 3:00-5:00 (VIP 2:00-5:00)
Evening: 8:00-10:00 (VIP 7:00-9:00)

"Toast the Coast"


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About the festival 

The Halifax International Wine Fest is a consumer festival focused on delivering high-quality educational and entertaining wine experiences for consumers and trade alike.

The foundation of the festival are the Tasting Sessions, which will be held November 30 2024, where the public can delight in sampling from the approximately 250 wines, from near and far, on offer at the event. This year, The Halifax International Wine Fest is also supporting educational wine and dining events leading up to the Tasting Sessions.


At the Tasting Sessions, a virtual wine store will allow guests to buy most of the wines on offer with the convenience of home delivery. Buying wine for the cellar and holiday entertaining has never been so easy.

The festival will also raise funds to support its charity partners, Feed Nova Scotia and the Mental Health Foundation of Nova Scotia.

The festival is a partnership between Bruce Mansour (Make It Happen, Seaport Beer Festival, Irish Craft Beer Fest, Mark DeWolf (Association de la Sommellerie Internationale, Canadian Association of Professional Sommeliers, Saltwire, DeWolf Food & Wine Experiences) and Harvest Wine, Beer & Spirits. The duo created the event, in partnership with the online retailer, to bring back a large-scale consumer wine show to Halifax, support downtown business and most importantly their charity partners. Harvest will manage the event's wine sales.

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The Charities

Feed Nova Scotia first opened their doors in 1984 as the Metro Food Bank Society, with the mandate to provide emergency food relief within Metro Halifax. The volunteer staff served 12 member food banks and meal programs.

In 2002, at the request of their member agencies, Metro Food Bank Society became the umbrella organization for food banks across the province.

In 2005, Metro Food Bank Society was rebranded as Feed Nova Scotia. After over 30 years in operation, and now supporting 140 member agencies, they recognize the need is growing and they can’t feed their way out of it.

While Feed Nova Scotia continues to address food insecurity by supplying emergency food support, they are also working to find long-term solutions to hunger and poverty in Nova Scotia.


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The Mental Health Foundation of Nova Scotia is a registered charity that works to increase financial support to community initiatives throughout Nova Scotia while providing hope and eradicating the stigma around mental illness and addiction.

They do this by providing funding to mental health programs and services through grants.

Their mission is to make a difference in the lives of Nova Scotians by funding mental health and addiction initiatives.

Their vision is to see Nova Scotians living with mental illness and addiction thriving in our communities.

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- Tracy MacIntyre

I’ve been attending events hosted by both Bruce and Mark for years. Always informative, always relaxing and always a lot of fun.  

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