2019 #FavouriteThings Holiday Gift Suggestions – Wild Goose Vineyards

Making superb German style wines that never disappoint. I am truly a big fan of this style of wine and especially the wines of Wild Goose Vineyards. Definitely some of our #FavouriteThings Holiday Gift Suggestions, just don’t ask me to pick just one!

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.

2019 #FavouriteThings Holiday Gift Suggestions – Mayhem Wines

Mayhem Wines are definitely on my #FavouriteThings list of British Columbia Wines just because I love them. Why? All the MayhemWines I have tasted are typically BC flavourful, fruity, acidic, light without being too light, easy drinking, fun, great for pairing and sharing, and best of all really affordable.

2019 #FavouriteThings Holiday Gift Suggestions – CedarCreek Estate Winery

Without hesitation I include their wines in our #FavouriteThings Holiday Gift Suggestions that I personally recommend. Here is the line-up of CedarCreek wines for your holiday gift giving. Just make sure you include yourself on your list!

It’s Always Wine Time with Wild Goose Vineyards

Wild Goose Autumn Gold has previously been my “go to” Wild Goose wine. I love it still but sometimes a change is as good as a rest, although I will always have at least one bottle handy. Which one is this season’s favourite?

Hawksworth Restaurant kicks off monthly winemaker dinner series with Phantom Creek Estates

“We’re delighted to present our guests with a summer winemaker dinner series and to partner with exceptional wineries such as Phantom Creek Estates,” says Chef de Cuisine, Antonio Sotomayor.

A tour and tasting at Phantom Creek Estates – Exceptional Wines from Historic Vineyards

The project will not be completed until 2020 but it was interesting to view in the construction stage. When we were there in May the amphitheatre was taking shape and the exterior patio next to the restaurant had just been completed.

Creating a little Mayhem in Okanagan Falls

Recently I had an opportunity to sit down with Mayhem Wines President, Terry Meyer Stone and Hospitality and Sales Co-ordinator Caley Fraser to chat about their new releases, where to buy them, and how their Club Mayhem differs from other wine clubs.

– drink – indulge – savour – help – exploring the U.S. wines of DISH Seminar

The wine seminar at DISH presented twelve wines from New Mexico, California, Washington and Oregon. A diverse selection of wineries with wines of similar characteristics.