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Island Hopping Cidery Tour

Posted by Jay Jordan on

There is no shortage of places to go and see, but we’re going to suggest you plan a tour to several cideries. Not only will you get to take in some amazing scenery, but you’ll also get the opportunity to...

What Makes Organic Wine Special?

Posted by Ann Brydle on

Organic wine has increased in popularity and rightfully so! Organic wine is made from grapes that have been farmed organically, meaning no artificial fertilizers, pesticides, herbicides, or fungicides were used in the vineyard. And on top of that, no artificial...

3 Summer Saisons to Sip and Enjoy All Year Round

Posted by Jay Jordan on

If you’re looking for a refreshing summer beer you owe it to yourself to try a saison. Saison is a style of beer that has evolved into a summer beer style, but these three farmhouse ales can be enjoyed all...

4 Reasons Why Pinot Noir is the Perfect Wine for Summer

Posted by Ann Brydle on

Pinot Noir is one of the oldest grapes in the world, having been grown in Burgundy, France for over 2000 years! Many choose chilled white wines for summer, but this classic grape makes a red that refreshes even on the...

Indigenous Wineries of British Columbia

Posted by Ann Brydle on

For #IndigenousPeoplesDay, we are highlighting two Indigenous wineries and their story in our blog. National Indigenous People’s Day is June 21, and this year we want to introduce you to two local wineries owned and operated by Indigenous People’s. Located...
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