British Columbia has roughly 179 wineries scattered throughout the province with the majority located in the Okanagan Valley. The Okanagan has a rich history in the world of wine – it is the largest and oldest grape growing region in British Columbia dating back to the mid-1800’s. Today the region cultivates of 7000 acres of grapes and is home to about one third of Canada’s wineries (roughly 130 wineries).
Thompson Okanagan: Forbidden Fruit Winery, Raven Ridge Cidery, Rocky Ridge Vineyards, Working Horse Winery
Vancouver, Coast & Mountains: Marley Farm Winery, Westham Island Estate Winery
Vancouver Island: Averill Creek Vineyard, Godfrey-Brownell Winery, Merridale Ciderworks, Morning Bay Vineyard & Estate Winery, Venturi-Schulze Vineyards