Provence’s New Monthly Wine Dinner Menu Highlights BC Producers

Fall is in the air and the grape harvest is underway in BC wine country. In honour of the season, and BC’s wine producers, Provence Marinaside Wine Director Joshua Carlson unveiled today the first in what will be a series of special menus designed to highlight rare BC wines.

Here’s What’s Happening at Noble Ridge Vineyard & Winery

Thank you to everyone who has had the chance to visit us this year and for those who haven’t, the summer is not over yet! We look forward to welcoming you until Thanksgiving Weekend for tastings or a picnic.

#WelcomeBack Eau Vivre Winery

Super thrilled to announce our 2018 Pinot noir won gold medal at the 2020 All Canadian Wine Championships, if you like to get your hands on one of these visit us in Cawston.

Food & Wine Pairing at Meyer Family Vineyards

Starting this past weekend Meyers launched a food & wine pairing program! Spots are available twice per day on weekends for August and September.

Tasting Ten – New Zealand Pinot Noir

After sauvignon blanc, New Zealand is best known for its pinot noir.  Almost 14 000 acres are planted to pinot noir which was first commercial bottled in 1987.  It grows in many regions but is largely concentrated in Marlborough, on the south island.

#WelcomeBack Okanagan Crush Pad Wineries

Come for a visit, check out our expanded tastings, and enjoy any one of our flights for our promotional fee of $20 until the end of August.

Where is BC’s newest Sub GI?

The Cowichan Valley is being recognized as a new sub-geographical indication (sub-GI), an official and protected term under B.C. law used to help consumers identify B.C. wines’ origins.

Oliver Osoyoos Facebook Live – Tuesday, June 23 7pm – Sparkling Wine

Join Oliver Osoyoos Wine Country and Moss Scheurkoel of Vinstitute on Tuesday, June 23 at 7pm PT Moss will be discussing two of the primary methods for producing sparkling wine.

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