SMALL BUT MIGHTY: B.C.’S 2020 VINTAGE

Wine Growers British Columbia has released its annual Vintage Report which reveals slightly lower yields and exceptional fruit quality for an exciting 2020 vintage.

Wednesday Wine Reviews from Sam_WineTeacher

Wednesdays bring us the tasting notes and recommendations of Sam Hauck aka The Wine Teacher.

Local Flights BC Wine Tasting Event – fourth in the series of reviews

Overall, and covering just something better than four hours, I tasted 50 wines. Wines were divided into groups of nine per flight (except the final flight which was one wine only)

#BCWineGoals | Mayhem Pinot Blanc | Seared Scallops in Spicy Carrot Coulis

My #BCWineGoals were to randomly choose a bottle of BC wine from my “cellar” and then select a recipe to make a dish to pair with the wine.

Wednesday Wine Reviews by @Sam_WineTeacher

2015 The One (Sparkling) Noble Ridge Okanagan Falls, BC $39.99 Pale straw with a slight copper tinge.  Classic traditional method nose showing aromas of brioche, yeasty lees, wet stones, apple, and citrus.  Well balanced with mouth-filling mousse.  The flavours reflect the nose followed by a medium-long finish.  This is quality BC bubble for Champagne fans. … Read more

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.

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