Island Wineries of British Columbia

Gary Hynes
TouchWood Editions, 19.03.2013 - 256 Seiten

Winner of the Gourmand International Wine Books Award 2011 for Canada

Finalist for the Bill Duthie Booksellers' Choice Award, 2012 BC Book Prizes

This award-winning book celebrates the unique flavours, terroir, and grape varieties that can only be found on the wine islands off the West Coast. A collaborative effort from the writers of EAT Magazine, Island Wineries of British Columbia is your guide to a growing wine culture as well as the food movement that accompanies it. Learn the history behind the region's wine production, and gain intimate knowledge about local wine producers.

Complete with maps and suggested wine tasting excursions, explore the islands' meaderies, cideries, fruit wineries, and artisan distilleries. Includes recipes from some of the region's most talented chefs with offerings from Cafe Brio, Camille's, the Sooke Harbour House, and Stage Wine Bar.

Now updated and expanded to include seven new wineries and tours, Island Wineries of British Columbia highlights a growing and innovative wine industry.


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Über den Autor (2013)

Gary Hynes, a former sommelier, chef, and innkeeper, founded EAT Magazine, a bimonthly publication that celebrates food and drink in British Columbia, for which he was the editor. In 2011, Gary and the team at EATworked together to create Island Wineries of British Columbiafrom their shared knowledge of excellent wine and BC's unique culinary scene. He passed away in 2018. Visit for more on BC's favourite food-and-drink magazine.

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