This week’s #BCWineChat will be all about Pinot Noir and will be hosted by #ONWineChat’s @uncorkontarioand @littlemissmocha. Hopefully, we’ll get to know a little bit more about BC Pinot AND ON Pinot at the same time.
Join us for this moderator swap night on #BCWineChat–8-9pm
Join Brad Cooper (aka Twitter King @bradinator), Winemaker at SerendiptyWinery and Black Cloud Wines, to discuss your favourite BC wine memories from Summer. Now that Summer 2014 is officially coming to an end, it’s a great time to share with others what place, wine, food pairing, person, event, tasting or road trip was your favourite BC Wine adventure this Summer. If you can’t think of one, make it up–we don’t care. Brad Cooper and Sandra Oldfield will probably just talk amongst themselves for this chat!
We’re back after an August hiatus and we can’t be more pleased to kick off the Fall season of #BCWineChat with a mega star from BC, Vikram Vij from Vij’s Restaurant in Vancouver. Join Vikram tonight at 8pm–it’s your time to ask him anything you want–his thoughts on food, wine, even the BC restaurant scene and how it has changed.
Get yourself a BC wine. Preferably one you’ve never tried before. Get on #BCWineChat at 8pm and open it up. Tweet us what it tastes like, questions you might have for the winery, comments, food pairing suggestion etc.
Everyone can throw their hat into this ring. It’s time to pie in the sky our industry. If you are a wine lover, what would you like to see happen in the BC Wine industry in the next 6 years? If you work at winery what changes would you love to see made? What will be our biggest challenges in this industry between now and 2020?
It’s a big topic and will be stick handled by the illustrious Paul Rickett from Bowen Island Beer and Wine Cellar.
Think pink for this chat. What’s out there and how are they made? How do you choose a great BC Rosé? What other regions of the world make great rosés? Are Rosés trending upward in sales or down? What foods are best paired with Rosé? These are just a sampling of some of the things we can chat about–Wednesday April 23, 8-9pm on the hashtag #BCWineChat
Just as the topic says, there are around 40–yes 40!–winery restaurants in BC and they are as diverse as the wineries themselves. Join us tonight to talk about your favourites and what you would change about them if you could.