COLLECTORS' EXCHANGE DINNER RECEPTION
Members can exchange collections, hobbies, as well business resources or cooperation, at the event.
- 500 Canadian dollars$500
- 118 Yorkville Ave, Toronto, ON M5R 1C2
Wine culture, as a distinct cultural form, occupies a unique place in the cultures of all countries. Wine comes in many varieties, and its evolution is linked to the history of economic development. It can be seen in many areas, including social and political life, literature and art, and even people's attitudes and aesthetic tastes. In this way, wine, art, and spiritual culture are inextricably linked. Many poets drink while creating poetry, painting, or calligraphy. For instance, Li Bai's "Jiangjinjiu", Wen Guanjun's Collection of Henan and Hebei" by Du Fu. Wang Xizhi also wrote "Orchid Pavilion Preface" while drunk. Wine-themed paintings, for example, Michelangelo Caravaggio's "Bacchus," Claude Monet's "Bordeaux," and so on. Wine can be the wine of the community or the wine of etiquette in people's hearts; it can be the wine of elegant gatherings or an exotic nectar. Wine has different spiritual connotations at different times, and its core is the beautiful yearning and pursuit of material production. Please Note: - The event is limited to 15 business members. - The event's purpose is for members to exchange collections and hobbies, as well as business resources and cooperation. - Serves a classic French or Italian dinner. - Please make an appointment in advance; if there is no appointment, there will be no reception. - Registration closes 5 days before the event; if you are unable to attend, please cancel in advance.