Category Archives: British Columbia

Alberta’s Two Week Boycott of BC Wines – James Melendez

So this just in…. Alberta Ends Wine Boycott Alberta’s Premier Rachel Notley  reportedly said “In a small way, BC blinked’ and hence a victory for Alberta? Well that is a strange way to end a boycott….. first let’s begin by … Continue reading

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My Wine Tasting Wish List 2018 – James Melendez

In the past few years I have been writing about wines on my wish list for this year. Each year, I start out with nearly a blank slate but I do have some wines left over on my tasting table … Continue reading

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A Case for Canadian Wines and Okanagan Valley – James Melendez

I have had the good fortune of visiting Okanagan Valley two years in a row (2013 and 2014). I have tasted dry wines from this region only as four years ago; and I find that hard to believe. I have … Continue reading

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Kelowna, British Columbia: A Delightful and ‘Must Visit’ Wine Country – James Melendez

Some wine countries are developed as you might expect–all the amenities and much more.  Other wine countries lack and ‘…only if they had more restaurants… more resorts, spas and stores.’  But each wine country is different and it would be … Continue reading

Posted in British Columbia, Cabernet Sauvignon, Canada, Chardonnay, Ehrenfelser, Kelowna, Pinot Blanc, Pinot Grigio, Pinot Gris, Pinot Meunier, Pinot Noir | 1 Comment