Lawrence Buhler is the director of winemaking for Encore Vineyards with more than 16 years of experience in the wine industry. He’ll be at the Langley City Save-On-Foods on Wednesday (Dec. 13) from noon to 6 p.m. for a wine tasting and to answer questions from the public. Chris Stenberg photo

Wine connoisseur to share expertise at Langley Save-On-Foods today (Dec. 13)

Lawrence Buhler to discuss trends in B.C. wine, gift ideas, and food pairing suggestions

Attention oenophiles: a noted wine connoisseur will be visiting the Save-On-Foods in Langley City today (Dec. 13).

Lawrence Buhler, a leader in the Canadian wine industry, is hosting select wine tastings in Langley and the Lower Mainland this December.

Buhler is the director of winemaking for Encore Vineyards with more than 16 years of experience in the wine industry, most recently from Ontario where he worked in wineries large and small.

He has worked around the globe in search of practical winemaking experience, Stops include Ontario, B.C., Chile, Argentina, and Australia.

This fall, he just marked his very first crush at the brand-new Time Winery facility in downtown Penticton.

Today (Wednesday) from noon to 6 p.m., he’ll be at the Save-On-Foods at 20151 Fraser Hwy., for a free tasting, and to answer any questions for the public. He can discuss things such as trends in B.C. wine, gift ideas, food pairing suggestions for B.C. wines, and more.

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