Wednesday Wine Reviews with @Sam_WineTeacher

Another selection of wine reviews for your consideration. You will find most of these wines online from the wineries or in select wine shops, BC liquor stores and select Save On Foods.

From the Cellar featuring wines that have been aged…

In addition to the weekly wine review and the various other, usually wine-related, articles I write for My Van City, I am going to include a new one that will appear from time to time. I’m calling it, ‘From the Cellar’.

Uncork the Sun – Plan Your Summer Trip

Our wineries cannot wait to welcome you with open arms and full glasses! A visit to Oliver Osoyoos Wine Country will be different, but our colourful characters, award-winning wines, and authentic wine country experiences are just as captivating and are guaranteed to leave lasting memories.

You’re Invited to an Exclusive Wine Pairing Dinner with The Prisoner Wine Co. and Wildebeest – Wednesday, October 2

Enjoy Chef Ian McHale’s deliciously decadent yet simple country cooking at its finest, brilliantly paired with the rich, mouth-filling wines of The Prisoner Wine Co, a pioneer of California’s most luxurious red blends, at this multi-course feast designed to celebrate the peak of autumn goodness. 

Day Tripping to Covert Farms Family Estate

The farm is 650 acres with 300 acres leased to Peller Estates and 40 acres leased for the production of organic fruits and vegetables. There is a store with Secrest organic produce and even fields of u-pick, just like a real farm because it truly is a real working farm.

1000 Stories Bourbon BBQ recipes just in time for Canada Day

With the weather getting warmer and the nights getting longer, it’s officially BBQ season and what better day to BBQ than Canada Day? When you have everything from veggies to burgers on your BBQ, you need a drink that doesn’t overpower or underwhelm.       Recently I attended a tasting of the 1000 Stories … Read more

A Study in Zinfandel

A while ago I was invited to a Zinfandel tasting at the home of a fellow wine writer. She had solicited wines from eight BC wineries (betcha didn’t know that there were so many BC zins) to compare to a California one. California zinfandels typically show the following characteristics – jammy ripe fruit, dark berries, … Read more

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