Winemaker’s Thoughts on BC Harvest 2020

With thanks to Julian Park, BC Wine Trends for sharing this article. The 2020 harvest in British Columbia was a replay of 2019. With another February freeze causing bud damage and low yields. A very early October cold snap and snowfall caused harvest challenges. When the crush was completed, and although the yields were down … Read more

Fort Berens Harvest Update and Whistler Cornucopia

This week we completed our 10th harvest. In light of this milestone harvest, we wanted to pause and provide an update on what has been another successful growing season for us in Lillooet.

Red Rooster Winery #JointheClub

YOUR VERY OWN FEATHER. This exciting program allows people to adopt a row of vines in our vineyard.  This club will allow you to get your hands dirty with the winemaker.

2019 #FavouriteThings Holiday Gift Suggestions – Last-Minute Holiday Gift Idea for Wine Lovers:Wine Country Table Cookbook

Looking for a fabulous holiday gift for your foodie friends? Why not get them the ultimate wine country cookbook from America’s leading wine region—California? More than just a cookbook, it takes readers on a wine country road trip of California, the leading wine and food destination in the U.S.

Winemaker’s Thoughts on BC Harvest 2019 – Guest Post from Julian Park

Yields were down but the quality of the fruit was excellent. The winemakers expect 2019 to produce delicious lower alcohol, bright acidity wines. This first article highlights the harvest for the Okanagan Valley and Shuswap Regions of British Columbia.

Corcelettes Harvest update and 2017 Meritage released today!

Harvest 2019 is in full swing and we are happy to announce that our 2017 Meritage is officially released, available only online and at our wine shop. This special blend is hand crafted by Charlie- he began making this wine while pruning in the early spring of 2017.

CheckMate Invites you to Winter in Wine Country on Saturday, November 24

Join CheckMate at the Installation for Winter in Wine country as they introduce their newly released 2015 Chardonnays on Saturday, November 24th.

Indulge Your Taste Buds With EAT! Vancouver This Fall

Pastry bags are filled, glasses are polished and knives are sharpened. In only a few weeks, the most exciting fall food festival begins in Vancouver with the return of EAT! Vancouver on November 5 to 10.   The popularity of EAT Vancouver continues to bring together some of the country’s top chefs, chocolatiers and culinary leaders. This … Read more