British Columbia Wineries

British Columbia Wineries
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Summerland, BC, Canada    
(250) 494-8815
Description:   The vineyard and winery were founded by Liz and Edgar Scherzinger who came to Summerland in 1974. Edgar planted some of the first Gewürztraminer in 1978 with Chardonnay and Pinot ...
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Comox, BC, Canada    
(250) 339-0223
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Oliver, BC, Canada    
(250) 498-0310
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Okanagan Falls, BC, Canada    
(250) 497-6162 or 1-877-746-5569
Description:   Welcome to Stag's Hollow Winery, one of the “hidden wineries” and undiscovered gems in the South Okanagan Valley. Nestled in the hills, it is surrounded by vineyards, mountains...
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Kelowna, BC, Canada    
1-800-989-WINE or (250) 764-7888
Description:   The St Hubertus and Oak Bay Vineyards where originally planted in 1928 by J.W. Hughes during a time when good agricultural land was plentiful. Today, only a few of the original vin...
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Summerland, BC, Canada    
(250) 494-0451
Description:   Established in the heart of Okanagan Wine Country in 1980 by Harry McWatters, Sumac Ridge Estate Winery is located on Highway 97 just north of the charming lakeside town of Summerl...
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Kelowna, BC, Canada    
(250) 764-8000 or 1-800-667-3538
Description:   The Summerhill Pyramid Vineyard comprises over 65 acres of which approximately 45 are planted. The organically grown grape varieties include; Riesling, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Gewu...
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