The Taste of Iceland is back for a fifth time from Nov 12th to 15th with four days of festivities and a dazzling array of Icelandic food, music, film and culture.
As if the world’s most famous champagne could get even more luxurious. I was one of a lucky few to be given an opportunity to have a one-on-one private appointment with Dom Pérignon’s very own winemaker from Champagne, France, the Chef de Cave, Richard Geoffroy, in a suite at the Trump Tower here in Toronto. The special occasion was to taste the uber-special vintage 1998 Dom Pérignon Second Plentitude 16 years in the making.
For something different, here’s your chance to get immersed in all things Icelandic. In it’s 4th year spanning multiple cities, The Taste of Iceland festival takes place here in downtown Toronto from Thursday, Nov 13th to Sunday, Nov 16th, 2014 in the form of prix fixe dining at Luma Restaurant as well as free concerts and films for the love of Reykjavik and beyond.