There is no shortage of unique, some might say oddball, grapes in BC.
The good news is, some have risen in stature and quality to become some of the province's best wines. Sémillon is an excellent example of a grape that was once widely ignored and now is among our best white wines. We love chardonnay, but tasting an albariño, or grüner veltliner demonstrates the diversity of British Columbia wine country where unique sites lend themselves to individual wines, and even more specific, single-vineyard offerings. We are only just discovering our roots, literally and figuratively, so check out our latest look at some of the more singular aspects of our relatively young region.