Discover BC Wine Country with the Wines of British Columbia Trip Planner

As summer begins to wind down it can be the perfect time to do some BC Wine Country touring. There are so many regions to visit in British Columbia you’ll want to explore each region. For our first #FavouriteThings featured region we present the region of Kaleden Okanagan Falls Penticton Some of our favourite wineries are located…

Le Dîner en Blanc Vancouver 2018 celebrated at most stunning location to date

Le Dîner en Blanc – Vancouver celebrated its seventh glamorous anniversary last night, welcoming 4,000 revelers to the grounds of VanDusen Botanical Garden! Once again, this year’s edition gave Vancouver a chance to exhibit their fashion sense, showcase their classy taste for design and elegance and share their culinary delights. World-renown for its photogenic moments, last night’s Le Dîner…

Chefs’ Table Society of BC hosts Wild Salmon Celebration August 25

2nd annual soirée deliciously celebrates the seasonal catch It’s that beautiful midsummer time of year in BC when seasonal ingredients like peaches and tomatoes shine on our plates, and wild sockeye salmon makes its seasonal run.   On Saturday, August 25, 2018, join the Chefs’ Table Society of British Columbia and the BC Salmon Marketing Council from 6:30pm-9pm, for…

Noble Ridge – We have a breath of fresh air for you!!

August is Sparkling month at Noble Ridge! We have several exciting events coming up including our sparkling vertical tasting at this month’s Winemaker Talks on August 23rd, or join us on Saturday August 25th, for our second annual Oysters & Bubbles Sparkling release party.   “Smoke-anagan” Surprise Pack Its smoky everywhere…might as well drink good wine!!   When smoke brings…

Last chance to get your hands on Rosé and Bubbly!

National Geographic PhotoArk  Looking for something fun to do while you are in the Okanagan? Come by Liquidity and enjoy the world famous National Geographic PhotoArk exhibit. This world famous travelling exhibit is still up in our gallery for a couple more weeks – ending September 3rd. Come by and enjoy Joel Sartore’s beautiful images…

What’s your BC Wine Country Story? #Visit and #Vote #BestofBC18

  What’s your BC Wine Country Story? THE SIMILKAMEEN VALLEY The Similkameen Valley is a pristine stretch of vineyards, set amongst the dramatic backdrop of rugged and awe-inspiring mountains. Considered the “organic capital of Canada”, the area is known for small farms and producers dedicated to creating quality produce, delectable foods, and award-winning wines. Due…

What’s your BC Wine Country Story? #Visit and #Vote #BestofBC18

  What’s your BC Wine Country Story? THE OKANAGAN VALLEY Boasting 84% of the province’s vineyard acreage, the Okanagan Valley is BC’s premier grapegrowing region. With an ever-changing panorama, the valley stretches over 250 kilometres, across sub-regions, each with distinct soil and climate conditions suited to growing a range of varietals from sun-ripened reds to…

Blue Mountain Summer Events Offer Relaxing Mix of Food, Wine, and Outdoor Fun

Blue Mountain Vineyard and Cellars is pleased to announce it will host its annual Summer Social on Saturday, August 18th 2018 also known as International Pinot Noir Day. The following Saturday, August 25th, the Vagabond Kitchen food truck will be at the winery. The events are a great opportunity to enjoy food, wine, and games…

What’s your BC Wine Country Story? #Visit and #Vote #BestofBC18

What’s your BC Wine Country Story? THE GULF ISLANDS Nestled in the Georgia Strait which separates Vancouver Island from the mainland, and connected by a network of small ferries, the Gulf Islands are BC’s newest geographical indication (GI).  The islands – Salt Spring, Pender, Saturna, Quadra, Hornby, Denman, Thetis –  are home to 13 wineries,…

What’s your BC Wine Country Story? #Visit and #Vote #BestofBC18

What’s your BC Wine Country Story? VANCOUVER ISLAND BC Is a Province rich in spectacular views, extraordinary flavours and memorable stories. On Vancouver Island, grape winemaking really began after a provincial government-funded trial – the Duncan Project – identified Pinot Gris, Auxerrois and Ortega as promising varieties for this unique seaside environment. Vancouver Island is…