You don’t forget a Moon Curser bottle when you see one.
The winery is bravely going ahead, exploring new territory, making wines that reflect the place they are grown.
Syrah and the other Rhône varieties in B.C. can be something special, and Le Vieux Pin is helping lead the charge.
Attention to detail has made Foxtrot one of the true cult wines of B.C.
The Mavetys have made some wise and brave moves in over four decades of pioneering in the wine industry in British Columbia.
There is a buzz in the air in the Similkameen Valley in southern British Columbia, and it is not just the sound of the powerful wind that the region is famous for. It is about the wines.
Three great wines you should try.
Since Jak Meyer and Janice Meyer-Stevens launched Meyer Family Vineyards in 2006, they have turned British Columbian wine on its head with world-class quality chardonnay and pinot noir.
Larry Gerelus and Linda Pruegger built Stag’s Hollow Winery in 1995. Now, 18 years in, they are continuing to innovate. Their latest project centres on an ambitious set of European grape varieties, including grenache and tempranillo.