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Canadian Vintners Association
The Canadian Vintners Association (CVA) is the national voice of the Canadian wine industry, representing more than 90% of annual wine production. CVA members are engaged in the entire wine value chain from grape growing, farm management, grape harvesting, research, wine production, bottling, retail sales and tourism.
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Southbrook is a biodynamic, organic vineyard and winery. Specializing Cabernet Sauvignon, Bordeaux blends and Chardonnays, Southbrook’s philosophy extends to their hospitality building, which is LEED® Gold-certified.
TIME Estate Winery
TIME Estate Winery is an iconic winery on the Black Sage Bench in the South Okanagan, producing only estate-grown wines.
Gray Monk Estate Winery
Established in 1972, this 75-acre vineyard looks over Okanagan Lake. The winery produces BC VQA award-winning wines from premium grapes.
Fort Berens Estate Winery
Situated in the Fraser Canyon in British Columbia’s newest wine region, Fort Berens Estate Winery is a culmination of the dreams, vision and pioneering spirit of several entrepreneurs.
Hester Creek Estate Winery
Hester Creek Estate Winery comprises some of British Columbia’s oldest vineyards on the bountiful Golden Mile Bench.
Vineland Estates Winery
With extensive vineyards on the Niagara Escarpment, this winery is also a culinary destination in its own right.
Named for its red clay soil and large stones, the 38-acre vineyard in Lincoln Lakeshore is the latest venture by Moray Tawse, who saw the terroir as having a clear uniqueness to it. Redstone Winery produces wines which are bold and full of character.
Red Rooster Winery
Perched high above Okanagan Lake, this winery is located among the rolling hills of Naramata Bench Road. Their wines have received a number of awards, notably their Chardonnay.
Joie, meaning “joy” in French, expresses the pleasure that wine and food have brought to the lives of the winery’s founders. JoieFarm grows grape varieties of Alsace and Burgundy which excel in the cool-climate, desert landscape of the Okanagan Valley.
De Sousa Wine Cellars
With the third generation continuing the winemaking tradition, this winery produces wines spawning a unique taste which came from old world Portuguese tradition combined with new world techniques.