Learn About Premium BC Wines

A burgeoning producer of premium wines, British Columbia, Canada, features five main wine growing regions: Okanagan Valley, Vancouver Island, Fraser Valley, Similkameen Valley and the Gulf Islands. Located about a four-hour drive from Vancouver in south central British Columbia, Okanagan Valley features more than 100 wineries.


Under that skin, the pulpy part of a white grape is the same color as that of a red grape. The skin dictates the end color for red wine, which differs from the white’s color determinates.

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There are countless numbers of red grape varieties in the world, some able to make wine, others suited for the Welch’s factory. The wine market focuses on about 40 – 50 different grape varieties.

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Technically, a rosé is an “unfinished red wine”, Rosé is a different sort of wine, with all the refreshing qualities of a white wine mixed with some characteristics of a red.

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Champagne & SparklingChampagne & Sparkling

The basic tenets of the traditional method are only three grapes are used – Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier & secondary fermentation

occurs in the bottle.

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Dessert WineDessert, Fortified & Fruit wines

Dessert wines are a delicious and decadent way to end a meal or pair with cheese. And there are so many to choose from – Port, Sherry, Sauternes, Tokay… many styles at different price ranges.

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Wine for Special OccassionsSpecial Occasions

Choosing the perfect wine really depends upon personal tastes. You can do research on the vineyards, what was a good year for a particular wine, etc. but the bottom line is what do you like.

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