Wine Region Guides

Guides to help you get the most out of touring the worlds wine regions

Wine Region Travel Guides

I am a wine lover, and have been actively studying wine for the last few years. I have completed levels 1-3 of the WSET training, and have certification as a Canadian Wine Scholar. In short, I am passionate about wine, and absolutely love traveling and exploring the world’s wine regions. I am fortunate to have visited many top viticultural areas, and have traveled extensively in Canada’s own incredible, and under-rated wine country. I have put these guides together to help you get the most of your wine touring.


Wine Touring in Fraser Valley

The Fraser Valley is quickly gaining popularity as a top wine region in Canada. It’s long been an agriculture area and it’s close proximity to Vancouver ensure easy access. There are a variety of wineries, vineyards, cideries and breweries to ...
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Wine Touring in BC’s Okanagan Valley

One of the premier wine regions in all of Canada, the Okanagan Valley runs roughly between Kelowna and Osoyoos (British Columbia) along highway 97. With over 200 vineyards, the Okanagan makes the perfect place to spend a few days (or ...
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Wine Touring in Nova Scotia’s Annapolis Valley

Prior to travelling to the Maritime provinces of Canada, I had no idea that there was a wine producing area there. The Canadian Okanagan and Niagara wine regions are well known and I assumed where the only major grape-growing areas ...
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Wine Lover’s Guide to Argentina

Argentina is a wine lover’s paradise filled with varied, sweeping landscapes and nearly year-long sunshine in some regions. Some of the most premium wines are produced in the western Mendoza/San Juan wine region in central Argentina, and in the northern ...
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