April 4th Festival Postponed

Unfortunately due to the COVID-19 virus the BC Uncorked Wine & Food Festival has been postponed.

Stay tuned for further updates and information to be posted here as it becomes available.

Guests that have previously purchased tickets to the festival will receive email broadcasts with updates.

The Anvil Centre is a boutique style conference centre conveniently located in the heart of the City of New Westminster.

Join other wine and food lovers for an incredible event celebrating BC Wineries and local restaurants at the stunning Anvil Centre! Located at the geographical centre of Metro Vancouver – just steps away from the New Westminster Skytrain Station – the Anvil Centre is within easy reach of downtown Vancouver, the Fraser Valley, and other nearby suburbs.


For guests that would like more in-depth information about BC Uncorked.

POSTPONED… BC Uncorked will return to the Anvil Centre in the near future.

The BC Uncorked Wine & Food Festival is a non-token event offering an all-inclusive admission.  Your entry fee includes wine and food samples from participating vendors. Remember that with over 300 wines available, it’s not possible to taste everything in the room. Enjoy your sample then use the available spit buckets and water jugs to rinse your glass.

Everything Wine will also be at the festival with a pop-up wine shop where guests can purchase a mixed case of all of their new favourite wines!

* NOTE: Should any guests arrive at the festival intoxicated they will not be permitted entry and their ticket will be forfeited.

Once the event is rescheduled tickets can be easily purchased online. If you are unable to purchase online, or if you require assistance, we will also have telephone sales available.  Call 604-463-1998 to reach our customer service team.

The event welcomes guests over the age of 19. No minors are permitted at the event (please note this includes babies and infants).  Two (2) pieces of government issued ID will be requested of guests who appear to be under the age of 30.

Primary ID examples include; drivers license, passport, Canadian Citizenship card, and First Nations Status card.

Secondary ID examples include; credit cards, University/College student cards, or any other card with an imprint of your name and a signature.

Casual or business-casual attire is suggested for this event. It’s important to wear comfortable footwear as you will be walking throughout the tasting rooms during the evening and there will be limited seating available.