Wine Beer and Spirits

This is one of my favourite times of year, when the holidays seem like a distant memory and we’re all back to our regular routines.
You only have until February 1 to catch the events and make reservations at some of the 270-plus restaurants around Vancouver offering three-course menus priced at $18, $28, or $38.
This week’s wine selections aren’t for everyone. If, however, you have a sense of adventure or like to try things that are off the beaten path, then you might just find some new favourites.
Keeping your New Year’s resolutions doesn’t have to mean abstaining from wine altogether, as these lower-alcohol alternatives attest.
I’m pretty confident I’m not alone in wanting to rein it in as far as my budget is concerned, and this also extends to the wine department.
Let’s enjoy these last few dark days of December with some red wines that are perfect for curling up with.
Here are some solutions for your holiday beer dilemmas.
These five bottles aren’t wallflowers, nor are they shy.
The long and short of it is that the provincial government is about to implement a major overhaul of the pricing structure of wine in B.C., and simply put, it’s gonna hurt.
The holidays will be here before we know it, so let’s get a jump on our shopping.