British Columbia Wineries

British Columbia Wineries
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Summerland, BC, Canada    
(250) 404-4200
Description:   Adore sits on a small piece of land between the highway 97 and the lake. You can just see the winery as you come down the hill towards Penticton. The winery open in 2002 . The wine...
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Duncan, BC, Canada    
(250) 746-7122
Description:   Roger and Nancy Dosman operate this winery near Duncan (which used be named Alderlea) on the slopes above Quamichan Lake. Established in 1992 Pinot Gris and Pinot Noir are grown on...
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Port Moody, BC, Canada    
(604) 937-3411
Description:   Founded in 1961, Andrés has rapidly grown to become Canada's leading vintner, owning wineries in almost every province across Canada. A familiar name in BC, Andres Wines is locate...
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Winfield, BC, Canada    
(250) 766-2992
Description:   Located north of Kelowna on the 50th parallel, overlooking Lake Okanagan. Lake Okanagan is at its deepest here, dropping 240 m (800 ft) to the bottom. The moderating effects of thi...
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Duncan, BC, Canada    
(250) 715-7379
Description:   This winery is currently under development; expect first release 2006. Owned by Andrew Johnson from Alberta. Andrew has researched and worked in the wine industry since 1998. The p...
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