Margaret Gallagher and John Lee visited our winery! CBC Early Edition covered Winterruption event: Meet Your Makers: Granville Island Sake, Spirit and Beer Tour on February 14. Guided by travel writer John Lee, they visited Granville Island Brewery, Dockside Brewery, Liberty Distillery and our winery! The event was well attended and we really enjoyed sharing […]
On February 1st, 2014, Vancouver Foodster presented “Palate Promenade: Granville Island Discoveries.” Below is an article on the events by Vancouver Foodster and Diane Chow. Palate Promenade: Granville Island Discoveries 2014 http://vancouverfoodster.com/2014/02/17/palate-promenade-granville-island-discoveries-2014/ The Palate Promenade reveals that Granville Island truly is your one stop shop, savor and sipping destination http://fabulouslyfrugalinvancouver.wordpress.com/the-palate-promenade-reveals-that-granville-island-truly-is-your-one-stop-shop-savor-and-sipping-destination/
Geoff from geoffmobile.com visited Vancouver Foodster’s Palate Promenade for a delicious food tasting event on Granville Island. Here’s his video report. Our store is appearing from 1:03.
On December 3rd, Food Talks presented the 10th Food Talks series at Vancouver Urban Winery. The event featured 5 speakers including Masa, our sakemaker. In the video, Masa talks about current sake market in British Columbia as well as its potential!
Masa, owner and sakemaker was interviewed by Nikkei TV. In the interview, he talked about how Artisan SakeMaker started, its challenges and sustainable model. The video is in Japanese. Artisan SakeMakerオーナーの白木が日系テレビのインタビューを受けました。ビデオでは、日本酒造りを始めたきっかけやそれにまつわる挑戦、環境にやさしいビジネスモデルについて紹介をしています。
A big thank you to Sing Tao Daily Chinese Newspaper for writing about us! We’ve gotten a lot of coverage from the local, and the national media about our sake. It’s great to see our local Chinese community take this much interest as well! (Article is only in Chinese) Read the article here -> Sing Tao […]
Vancouver Sun | Japanese Emperor’s Birthday Reception SABC (www.sakebc.ca) collaborated with the Japanese Consulate by serving 20 different styles of high quality premium sakes to 600 guests that included politicians, business leaders and representatives of various societies with ties with Japan. Read the article here: Vancouver Sun View more photos:
Telus OptikLocal brings you how to enjoy Japan’s traditional rice wine, Sake, from Artisan Sake Maker expert, Masa Shiroki.
Watch this video of Artisan Sake Maker from Telus OptikLocal, filmed at our rice paddy.
This holiday season we’ve partnered with our friends at Granville Island on a series of videos (hosted by yours truly), where we’ll be sharing some of the most awesome stuff happening down there. While we were filming I learned a TON about this gem of False Creek so over 12 days we’re also bringing you […]