Category: pinot noir

Tinhorn Creek Medals at the 19th Annual Wine Press Northwest Platinum Competition

Tinhorn Creek winning wines

The holiday season is very busy with wine-related press releases.  Here is my second press release for the day; this one from Tinhorn Creek and their bounty of medals won at the 19th Annual Wine Press Northwest Platinum Competition.  There may…

Celebrate Harvest at Singletree Winery with Winemaker’s Longtable Dinner on November 3

Singletree Winery

Have you ever tried any BC wines from the Fraser Valley?  Have you ever tried the cuisine from Forage Restaurant in downtown Vancouver?  If you have said “no” to one or both questions, I have a way you can experience…

Champagne Taittinger with a Sparkling Portfolio for Your Pleasure

Champagne Taittinger bottles on ice

One of the great names in the Champagne region is Taittinger.  Champagne Taittinger was founded in 1734 by Jacques Fourneaux.  It is the third oldest Champagne house in the region.  The current family that owns Taittinger started in 1931 with…

9 White and 10 Red Wines You Should Try From the Colour BC VQA Fall Release Tasting

Colour VQA tasting booklet

BC VQA wines are released twice a year; once in the Fall and then in the Spring.  The Fall wines tend to show more white wines, as well as Pinot Noir, while the Spring event has more red wines.  This…

What Do You Know about Washington and Oregon Wines? Check Out EAT! Vancouver

Eat! Vancouver logo

We all love drinking our BC wines.  Although we do have a hotter climate in the South Okanagan, we still are overall a fairly cool climate region, doing well with aromatic white varieties, along with Pinot Noir and Gamay, as you…

Atkinson’s: A Journey of the Senses, RIEDEL Wine Tasting Event

Riedel wine tasting glasses

Have you ever tried tasting wines from differently shaped glasses?  There is a difference in aroma intensity and flavour.  RIEDEL in association with Atkinson’s is having a special wine tasting event where you can sample some wines using a new…