The Etsell family of Singletree Winery has arranged plenty for us to enjoy in preparation for BC’s most beautiful time of year.
The Best of BC Wine Country Awards are back – a crowd-sourced online survey curated by the BC Wine Institute launches today inviting the public to vote on their favourite BC wine experiences from specific “Best of” categories related to BC wine and food tourism. From Monday, July 23 through August 17, the Best of … Read more The Best of BC Wine Country Awards are back – vote for your ‘Best of’ with Wines of British Columbia!
Passionate about local food and community, Angie Quaale’s first book, Eating Local In The Fraser Valley, is a celebration of the farmers, producers and chefs throughout the Fraser Valley, that bring food to our tables each and every day. Featuring stories, anecdotes and recipes from the people behind the food, along with road trip ideas … Read more Eating Local in the Fraser Valley
‘Singletree Naramata Bench’ celebrates the home of their red wine grapes The Etsell family, owners of Singletree Winery in Abbotsford British Columbia (BC), proudly announce that they have purchased a property in order to open a second Singletree Winery location in Naramata, BC. The property they purchased was formerly called Ledlin Family Vineyards and had … Read more Abbotsford’s Singletree Winery Opens A Second Location in the Okanagan
Have you ever wished your wine touring offered a more personalized experience? Most wineries will accommodate special requests or private tastings if you have made arrangements in advance, please note these will often mean an additional cost. Many of the fine wineries in BC have a restaurant or bistro which allows you to enjoy a … Read more Make your next BC Wine experience a sleepover
An exciting new exhibit featuring a diverse display of art works created by six Coast Salish artists has just opened at the Bill Reid Gallery. Subtitled “Memory and Innovation in Coast Salish Art”, the pieces are all very modern but are clearly grounded in the multigenerational traditions of the Coast Salish people. The exhibition … Read more “Intangible” – New Exhibition Opens at the Bill Reid Gallery
At Taves Family Farms currants are now in season and for sale at the Vancouver Farmers Markets Ever since Great Grandfather John purchased his first plot of land back in the 1930s, farming has remained a family tradition. Three generations later, and still located in the southern lands of the Fraser Valley, Taves … Read more #MarketMonday vendor Taves Family Farms