When you look at a wine program’s place in a restaurant, it’s not about simply having a killer list of gems.
This breezy tale of a remarkable con inside the rare-wine market raises worthwhile questions about authenticity.
Nicely balanced and very food friendly, these reds are worth grabbing for your next barbecue or picnic.
Summer is a great time for wine lovers who live in B.C.
There’s more to life than Merlot, Pinot Noir, and Syrah.
Take it outside with wines that add refreshment to a glorious Vancouver summer.
Experiment with white wines made with less-familiar grapes such as Arneis, Fiano, Oretega, and more.
In order to keep your mind focused on the important things in life, here’s an easy shopping list of a few new wines we’ve tried recently.
In the spirit of sipping good wine with great friends this summer, here are some new white blends I’ve recently enjoyed, all from B.C. and available right now.
These wines from the Côtes de Provence area in France pair well with so much of our local cuisine.