Book Review: ICON Flagship Wines

Book Review: ICON Flagship Wines

There is no doubt that British Columbia’s wines have come a very long way in a very short time, and John Schreiner has been there talking, writing about, and tasting B.C.’s wines since the 1980s. In ICON Flagship Wines from British Columbia’s Best Wineries, John...
5 Alberta beers to try at Oktoberfest

5 Alberta beers to try at Oktoberfest

5 must-try beers from Alberta breweries at Oktoberfest While my days are usually spent saturated in wine, there is something magical and almost exotic about Oktoberfest. Who doesn’t want to spend a day (experiencing culture of course) in a crowded beerhall while being...
Making the case: American wine

Making the case: American wine

12 Must-Try American Wines Most wine produced in the United States comes from the state of California – which should be no surprise to most wine drinkers. What might be more surprising is that pretty well every state in the union is making wine, although not all...
12 Must-try Summer Wines

12 Must-try Summer Wines

A cold beer is often the order of the day during summer months for sheer versatility while dining al fresco, but a bottle of wine is de rigueur for many. Not only does bringing a bottle of wine for the host look good, it often means you can help control the quality of...
Six B.C. Reds: Canada Day!

Six B.C. Reds: Canada Day!

Following up on our recommendations for B.C. whites, we thought since Canada Day is coming up we might as well include some reds, too! Here are six of our favourites we’ll be sipping for Canada’s 150. JoieFARM 2014 Pinot Noir, Okanagan Valley, British...

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