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Tip Your Glass with Noble Ridge Vineyard & Winery at the Vancouver International Wine Fest 2017

Noble Ridge logo

Our Story Noble Ridge Vineyard & Winery lays in the Okanagan Valley at the northern most tip of the only desert in Canada. The winery is named for the noble varieties of grapes grown and the ridge that divides the…

Flavours of Okanagan Falls Dinner – Get Your Ticket

Okanagan Falls Dinner

Okanagan Falls I think is a sweet spot for grape growing and wine production.  There are several wineries in Okanagan Falls that make wines I really enjoy.  Below is an announcement for a wineries dinner in Okanagan Falls.  The dinner…

9 Wines You Should Try at the Vancouver International Wine Festival 2017

Needle in a haystack courtesy t_buchtele

Do you know how many wines will be presented at the Vancouver International Wine Festival 2017 Tasting Room?  Around 800.  Picking wines you really would like to try in your 3 hours of wine tasting would be like finding a needle…

Say Cheers to Tinhorn Creek at Vancouver International Wine Fest 2017

Tinhorn Creek logo

Who is Tinhorn Creek? Our winery is the product of friends (the Shaunessys and the Oldfields) deciding to go into business together in 1993 in Oliver, BC. The winery officially opened in 1996.  We started from humble beginnings – like…

Canada is Cool – Visit Canada at the Vancouver International Wine Fest 2017

Canada on the World Map with wine glasses

In the wine world, cool climate areas are making exciting wines.  Canada is viewed as cool climate, and I was wondering where we fall in the extreme north or south latitudes compared to other cool climate regions.  Here is what…

Let’s Talk About BC’s 2016 Harvest with 3 Wine Makers

Ripe grapes from Blue Grouse Estate Winery

BC is a large province, with a varied climate from maritime to alpine.  Our grape growing regions for wine production vary from the coast, to slightly inland (think the Fraser Valley), to our hot interior (the Okanagan or Kamloops for…