Qualicum Beach Cafe hosts their next Wine Dinner presenting Unsworth Vineyards

Qualicum Beach Cafe is happy to partner with Unsworth Winery in our 2nd instalment of our BC Wine Makers Dinners! Tickets and reservations now available online.

Meyer Family Vineyards | Join us this November : Holiday Cheer Nov. 20 & 21

Guests will taste four different wines paired with five delicious foods. Book in groups of two to six people, tickets are $25 per person. We are so excited to see some familiar faces and spread some cheer with you all.

Tasting Ten Group – Petit Verdot with @Sam_WineTeacher

With its roots in France, most people in the group knew that Petit Verdot is primarily thought of as one of the minor grapes in Bordeaux blends from the left bank and were surprised that there were so many made as stand-alone wines. 

#ThisWineThatDish | Evolve Cellars Spontaneity | Cauliflower Gratin

Roasting the cauliflower tames the bitterness and brings out the sweet, crispiness that makes it so appealing in this dish. Add goat cheese, and the right wine, perfection!

Water Street Cafe | Noble Ridge | Wine Dinner first in a series…

The evening started pleasantly with an atmosphere enhanced by sparkling lights and mellow instrumental sounds of a sitar. There was no doubt that Chef Alan really pulled out all the stops when it came to the dishes that were paired with the Nobel Ridge wines.

Water Street Cafe presents the Unsworth Vineyards Wine Dinner November 18

To understand the wines made by Unsworth Vineyards starts with appreciating the uniquely mild, Mediterranean-like climate of the Cowichan Valley and how things grow here.

The TIME Family of Wines

Now known as the TIME Family of Wines, they have restructured their brands as well as undertaking physical changes to their premises on Martin Street in downtown Penticton which will see a new barrel room and eventually a new rooftop patio.

#ThisWineThatDish | Little Engine Pinot Noir | Thanksgiving Turkey

“A bountiful nose of bramble fruit with licorice and a touch of eucalyptus leads into a silky palate of cherry, sassafras and basil leaf. The pleasing structure of this wine leaves you with a refreshing and clean finish.” winery notes

BC Lieutenant Governor’s Wine Awards Recognizes the Best in BC Wines, Honours Tim Pawsey, Wine of the Year

Silver and gold medals were awarded. The top two percent of medal winners received platinum medals, with one wine receiving the 2021 BC Lieutenant Governor’s Award for Wine of the Year.

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