Cowichan Valley is now BC’s newest official wine producing region
Well wine lovers, BC just got a lot better. And that’s because the Cowichan Valley is now officially recognized as a wine-producing region. This only makes sense because people have been growing grapes in this region for quite a while.
So now these growers are finally getting the recognition they deserve. Which means it’s probably time to check out at least a few of these wineries if you’re heading to the Island. After all, it’s a win-win for both parties, right?
Exciting news for #BCWine today! Welcoming another official sub-GI, the 1st from Vancouver Island wine region, welcome Cowichan Valley! Labels to come! Celebrate Island terroir this wknd! News Release: https://t.co/myCji7WKbk @BlueGrouseWines @BCGovNews @lanapopham pic.twitter.com/ofFnYGbF61
— Wines of British Columbia (BC VQA) (@winebcdotcom) July 10, 2020
But if you can’t make it over to the Island, keep your eyes peeled for Cowichan Valley next time you’re browsing wines. And consider picking up a bottle as you can rest assured that at least 95% of those grapes are from the Island.
If you’d like to learn more, you can click here. And we’re happy to welcome yet another official wine region in BC. On that note, If you buy any bottles of Cowichan Valley wine, let us know what you think. After all, a wine recommendation is always appreciated.