The year’s hottest—and edgiest—wine labels are not a cover-up for mediocre wines. Au contraire, mes amis. Inside the bottles of Lost Inhibitions red and white blends is yet more proof that Church & State Wines are among the best in the country. With 5 awards for Best Canadian … [Read more...] about THIS IS EFFING EPIC.
The addition of the Wards Hard Cider to the popular wine lineup at The View is a natural—Jennifer Molgat’s great-grandfather, George Washington Ward planted apple trees on the family’s Southeast Kelowna property nearly a century ago. More recently, her father Chris Turton had the … [Read more...] about A Celebration of Apples & Grapes At The View Winery
Change is nothing new at Summerhill Pyramid Winery. As a leader in organics and biodynamics and a world class producer of sparkling wine the winery evolves continuously. On my visit in May some of the changes were dramatic. Others, no less important, were invisible to a … [Read more...] about Summerhill Pyramid Winery- honouring our past, celebrating the present and respectfully planning for the future
This is a wine to age,” Judy Kingston tells a visitor as they sit on a sun-washed patio at Serendipity Winery. The reference is to the 2011 Merlot they, along with Judy’s daughter and winemaker-in-training Katie O’Kell, are savouring. “I call it my Ode to Merlot.” Judy wanted to … [Read more...] about An Ode To Merlot At Serendipity Winery
When discussion turns to the grape that produces the best wine in British Columbia, Pinot Blanc is usually amongst one of the first to be mentioned. Based on the success that Kraze Legz Winery owners Sue and Gerry Thygesen have had with the varietal, it would be hard to argue … [Read more...] about Pinot Blanc X2 At Kraze Legz Winery