Sunday Brunch and a Calgary Farmers’ Market Tour

Duration: 2.25 hours

Location: 510 - 77 St SE - off Blackfoot Tr and close to Heritage Dr S.E.

General Admission

$45.00

CAD

Group size limited to 12. Tickets are non-refundable. You may transfer them to a friend or family.
Ticket sales close 2 hours prior to start time.

Relax, sip and savour at our brunch at J. Webb Wine Merchants then delve deeply into the stories and tastings of 10 ranchers and farmers.

  • Our 10:30 a.m. Sunday start lets you relax on your precious weekend morning.
  • Your professionally-trained guide shares the stories of what it takes to bring produce to market. Perfect gift for locavores.
  • Leave with recipes, shopping list and a market bag. We've got the tab, tax and tips to vendors.

Our ticket system accept all major credit cards.

Sunday Brunch and tastings are all included.

This year round tour is almost completely indoors with only a short walk between two buildings.


What to Expect

Scott Epple of Gull Valley - photo credit - Karen Anderson

Meet us at J. Webb Wine Merchants in the North East corner of the parking lot at The Calgary Farmers’ Market. We’ll start with a relaxing brunch of savoury pastries, Mediterranean salad, fruit, Fratello coffee and a beverage pairing. We’ll stroll over to the farmer’s market then and hear stories and do tastings at 10 market vendors including fresh fruits, vegetables, fruit wines, juices, bison, beef, pork and cheeses.

You’ll be seated for brunch and need to stand for about an hour at the market. All guests receive market bags and recipes.

Get the background story of what's truly local and what Alberta's seven signature foods are after a relaxing Sunday Brunch.

J. Webb Wine Merchants at the Calgary Farmers' Market

Pioneers in the private wine industry in Alberta, they are still leading their field with the world's best wines and spirits as well as local craft beers.

Yum Bakery

Savoury pastries to greet you at brunch.

Fratello Analog Coffee

Barista made coffees and direct trade beans add up to a sensational way to sip into the day.

Innisfail Growers

Five families who produce, process, market and distribute their fresh produce cooperatively.

Gull Valley Greenhouses

Heirloom tomatoes, fresh lettuces, crispy cucumbers, beans and eggplants - all from an hour away, year round.

The Cherry Pit and Better Juice Bar

No food waste here. With juices and a vegetable butcher you've no excuse not to eat more fruits and vegetables.

Bauer Meats

Bison and Elk - meat cutting and charcuterie.

Fieldstone Fruit Wines

Prairie hardy fruits grown in Strathmore make globally recognized award-winning fruit wines.

Janice Beaton Fine Foods

Many house made products, fine cheeses and Valbella Gourmet Foods charcuterie.

Silver Sage Beef

no hormones or antibiotics - these ranchers are in charge of their cattle from birth to plate

Sylvan Star Cheeses

Grand Prix cheeses from this Dutch family of experts.

Spragg's Meat Shop

Birth to plate pasture-raised pork with delicious sausages and a chef on staff to give you cooking ideas.

Lund's Organic Vegetables

Gert Lund has been farming organically since 1986. Taste the difference.


Have questions? Here's the most frequently asked.

We recommend this tour for children over the age of 13. Younger children tend to get bored with the story telling and are distracted by everything else going on. We hope you’ll treat yourself to childcare and a little adult time. Non-alcoholic beverages are served for people under 18 years of age.

Parking is available. Expect detailed information on your ticket voucher.

Please be sure and let us know if you (or anyone in your group) has a dietary restriction (e.g. vegetarian, diabetic, celiac, allergy, etc.) when you purchase your tickets. As long as we know in advance, we can usually accommodate your needs. With humble apologies – most of our tours are not suited to a purely vegan diet.

To maximize your chances of getting the day, time, and number of tickets you prefer, please book well in advance. Tickets can only be purchased with a Visa, AMEX, or MasterCard from our website or by calling the toll free number on this website. Cash and/or walk-up traffic the day of the tours are not accepted.

Yes, bathrooms are available during the tour at selected food-tasting locations. Our guides will point out these important “comfort stops” as the tour progresses.

Still have questions?   Visit our FAQ page to submit your own

I had no idea about how much work it goes into producing organic and high quality foods and to talk to the producers was an excellent way to help decide why it's okay to spend a little more for the quality. Excellent presentation with excellent food!

lyleao, Trip Advisor

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