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Vancouver Sun wine expert Anthony Gismondi highlights the highs and lows of 2019 Continue »
"The cool thing about visiting the Okanagan Valley in British Columbia is that it never stays the same." Continue »
"My annual TOP 50 wines, $20+ scoring 91+ points." Continue »
"‘Tis the season to light a fire, break out the sweaters and snuggle up under a blanket. Red wine is the go-to choice for cooler weather, and enjoying a glass by a roaring fire, or with dinner, is sure to help create the perfect cozy vibe to get you through the long winter." Continue »
"The early autumn snow brought a quick shift in our household." Continue »
"If you’re planning a spooky soirée or simply looking to get in the Halloween spirit, now’s the time to put some “boo” in your booze. A quick scan of the aisles of your local liquor store should turn up a fair number of ghosts, skeletons, devils, witches and other fantastically ghoulish apparitions lurking on labels that are year-round selections." Continue »
"The British Columbia grape harvest is in full swing and despite a wetter than average September, B.C. winemakers are remaining optimistic that this year’s vintage will be another good year." Continue »
"Vancouver Sun wine expert Anthony Gismondi provides an update on where B.C's red wines are heading in the diversity game." Continue »
"No matter how many times we experience the transition from summer into fall we forget how abrupt it can be. While you struggle to embrace sweater weather, here are three wines guaranteed to generate warmth." Continue »