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

#ShiptoSip our recap of BC Wineries shipping wine right to your door!

We are encouraging BC wine lovers to order from their favourite wineries and help support the BC wine industry. The wineries jumped onboard and each winery has a special shipping incentive for online orders.

Passion! What could be better to fuel your Valentine passion than BC Wine…

We have carefully selected some incredible wines that say Passion! this Valentine’s Day. More than a jug of wine, a loaf of bread and thou! We think these wines will make your blood pump and your toes curl, of course it helps if you have someone special to share your passion with but we can only make suggestions on wine pairing with our personal recommendations, other pairings are up to you!

Romance! How to up your game this Valentine’s Day with BC Wine

Romance! How do you define romance? The Oxford Dictionary defines romance as: A feeling of excitement and mystery associated with love. We think we can add to the excitement and take the mystery out of which wine to share with your Valentine.

2019 final recap #FavouriteThings Holiday Gift Suggestions

Here we are again in 2019 with our #FavouriteThings Holiday Gift Suggestions.

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.

#FavouriteThings – Autumn Wine Touring & Tasting in BC Wine Country – Part 4

Just about a week left to enjoy September and I can’t think of anything more enjoyable than winery touring. Kelowna and West Kelowna have some wonderful wineries making excellent wines and there are a number of restaurants that are on my swoon worthy list.