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BC Wine Tour Greatest Hits List

Featured People and Places

Let us help you plan your visit to BC Wine Country. Use our categorized featured listings to learn more about places to see, stay, play, eat and sip. Each featured listing has provided detailed information about themselves, location map, contact information, images, videos, web links and more. Check back often for newly added content. 

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Touring Tips

Five BC Wine Tour Do's and don'ts


Do Wear comfortable shoes.

When you're not actively sipping wine on a BC wine tour you'll likely be walking. Walking up or down to a fabulous viewpoint for that perfect selfie, walking from one end of a state of the art architectural marvel to the other, walking on a winding path to a charming farm gate winery... you get the point.


Don't Wear white.

Even if it's appropriately before Labour Day try to stay away from wearing white or alternatively bring a spare. Accidents happen when red wine is splashing around in your glass! If you're new to swirling wine in your glass, rest it on the table or tasting bar, hold it at the base of the glass and move it in small circles to achieve the swirl.


Do Spit.

It's not impolite to spit, in fact it's encouraged. You'll likely be tasting a lot of wines in a day so spit away. You'll get used to it! Be aware that BC has zero tolerance for drinking and driving. A designated driver is a must. Consider hiring a tour operator for the day, it's a great way to relax and experience BC Wine Country.


Don't smell it up.

Make a point of not wearing fragrances before you go. You don't want to disrupt your senses of smell and taste or anyone else's for that matter.


Do take notes.

You'll likely be tasting a lot of wines and will want to keep track of the stand-outs. Jot down your impressions for future reference. Keep it brief, remember you're there for the experience, not studying for a test. You can always google it later. Do pick up a copy of the BC Wine Tour Handbook which conveniently includes space for you to jot down your notes.

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