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Mid-Summer Wine Event with menue

Timeline and Menu:

(1). Arrive between 4:00 and 6:00 on Friday 21st…....
(2). 6:30 Wine tasting with appetizers…..
(3). 8:00 four course dinner with wine parings….
(4). Dinner = salad, salmon and beef tenderloin ending with dessert….
(5). Saturday 8:00 to 9:30 coffee and biscotties…...
(6). 11:00 brunch with parings….
(7). Eggs benedict and lox and bagels, ......

Stokely and Stratus—A Midsummer’s Tasting, Dinner and Brunch

Friday July 21, 2017

Stokely and Stratus – A Midsummer’s Tasting, Dinner and Brunch

Join Charles Baker of Stratus Vineyards, located in Niagara-On-the-Lake, for a special Midsummer’s Tasting Experience at Stokely Creek Lodge, just north of Sault Ste. Marie at Goulais River. During the winter, Stokely is one of the top 5 destinations in North America for cross-county skiing. This summer, though, it will host Charles Baker, Director of Sales for Stratus Vineyards - and Riesling specialist in his own right. Stratus is an iconic winery whose wines are recognized as some of the best in Canada. On Friday, July 21, you will enjoy tasting 5 wines from Stratus, with hors d’oeuvres, followed by a 4 course dinner with four additional matching wines. Then, you will over-night at Stokely in either their lodge or chalets, and conclude the experience by partaking in a “Champagne” Brunch on Saturday morning. In all, you will be introduced to a dozen wines under the Stratus umbrella, including two sparkling wines brought to Canada by Cru Merchants, the import arm of the Stratus operation. Also included will be the Charles Baker Picone Vineyard Riesling that Charles has shepherded himself from vineyard to bottle. I had the chance to taste the Stratus line-up recently, and the wines are very impressive. I also met Antonella Bronca of Sorelle Bronca, Prosecco specialists from the north of Italy. Her wines are exceptional, and will raise considerably your estimation of Prosecco.
Cost for the event is $225 per person, plus tax and 5% gratuity. (When I spoke with people at a wine-tasting in Toronto earlier this month, they indicated that for a wine-maker’s dinner – which would involve a lot fewer wines, guests would be expected to pay almost that much for a dinner, never mind over-night accommodation and a Brunch with wines as well.)
This will be a very satisfying experience, and we hope you can join us. To reserve, call Stokely Creek Lodge at 705-649-3421. If need be, just leave a message and you will get a return call in short order. International calls 866-stokely Another option is to email Stokely at . If you have any questions, please contact me, Vin Greco, at 705-949-7403, or .

closed for the 2016-2017 season

It has been a great winter. We will no longer be grooming. If you ski you will be doing so at your own risk. See you next winter.

March 8th

The two warm days have passed and the temperatures are dropping fast. But the biggest news is, It is snowing! Groomers are out and guests are happy.
You might be happy to know that we have a few rooms available this weekend. From Sunday the 12 to Friday the 17th Stokely celebrates the 2017 season by dropping our rates way down so guests can enjoy the end of season spring skiing at a discount.
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February 24

We had a few days of warm weather but our trails held up very well. Winter keeps smiling on us. Just a couple days left to register for the Loppets.

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