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April 15, 2009



I love BC, and I didn't even know about their burgeoning wine industry. We've spent many happy vacation hours in the environs of Vancouver, sailed on our friends' boat out of Ucluelet and had (Dave's shaken, not stirred) martinis on the shore of St. Mary Lake on Salt Spring Island. Thanks for giving us (yet) another reason to return, sir!


Here is the website
that tells you all about Canada's fine wineries

Term Papers

Nice post. I really liked it.. Don't forget to update it regularly. I am looking for new updates dying to read more stuff from you.

Sebastien Telford-Rake

I lived in BC for 3+ years before moving back to OR, and yes, their local wines are great. It is a shame that due to high cost of production (and therefore retail costs) and high local demand that BC wine is virtually unknown elsewhere They do cater very well to tourists, and there are lots of great places to stay and eat. My favorite is the Naramata bench area, Lake Breeze and Tantalus, as well as Le Vieux Pin (excellent Pinot!) and Burrowing Owl further south.

חדרי מלח

Really amazing Dude!! The places which you had mentioned in the article like. “Kelowna, Penticton, Naramata, and Osoyoos . . .” may be difficult to pronounce, but the secret which you explained about “British Columbia wine world” was really mouth watering… And I’ve just gone through some of the photographs of “Mission Hill Family Estates”, the place seemed to be very interesting for the “summer vacations”. Thanks for sharing a good article.

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