British Columbia Wineries

British Columbia Wineries
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Abbotsford, BC, Canada    
(604) 864-0180
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Cobble Hill, BC, Canada    
(250) 743-5630
Description:   Located in Cobble Hill, Giordano Venturi and Marilyn Schulze-Venturi are committed to growing the highest quality grapes without pesticides or herbicides, and are crafting world cl...
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Brentwood Bay, BC, Canada    
(250) 652-2671
Description:   Opened May 2003 ,located in the Saanich Peninsula on Vancouver Island. Described by noted author John Schreiner as One of the five best-designed wineries in British Columbia.. The ...
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Duncan, BC, Canada    
(250) 748-2338
Description:   Located on Vancouver Island in the Cowichan Valley, our winery is part of a 120 acre farm.¬† With 30 acres in vines, the remainder of the farm is in pasture, hay fields, forest and...
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Surrey, BC, Canada    
(604) 502-8463
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Vancouver, BC, Canada    
(604) 602-9463
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Delta, BC, Canada    
(604) 946-1868
Description:   A new fruit winery opened June 2004 in Delta. Owned and operated by Terry Bremner of Bremner foods. For over 30 years the name Bremner's has been synonymous with the provision of t...
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Delta, BC, Canada    
(604} 940-9755
Description:   The idea for a winery on Westham Island was that of fruit grower Andy Bissett. Unfortunately in 2002 just before his dream was realized Andy suddenly passed away. His wife Lorraine...
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Okanagan Falls, BC, Canada    
(250) 497-8919
Description:   In a short period of only 20 years Wild Goose Vineyards has established itself as one of B.C.'s premier producers of quality wines. Medals from competitions around the world and a ...
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