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.
Upload a picture of BC Wine Country and come to the chat to talk about it. It can be a picture of anything you want and you can certainly upload more than one. Join us for this visual #BCWineChat… Wednesday from 8-9pm
Tonight is a special 2 hour #BCWineChat with our neighbors across the country #ONWineChat. Join us either from 7-8pm or 8-9pm (normal time)–or both!–to discuss how we can build a Canadian Wine Culture in Canada. Feel free to use either hashtag in your tweets.
What is Canadian wine culture? If there is no such thing how do we start to build one? Why would we want to build one?
Isn’t it time Canada drinks more of its own wine? We think it is!
Tonight we’re having a little fun and adding anything BC wine (wineries, people, varieties etc) to a movie. If that fails, we will just talk about wines you like to drink while lounging around the home. Either way, get yourself a glass of something BC and join us!
Consumers and travelers find many different options in this great province of ours when it comes to sampling wines at winery tasting rooms. Some do not charge, some charge but then refund if you purchase, some conduct longer tours or tastings that are arranged ahead of time for a fee and many other possibilities.
What goes into making these decisions at wineries and what goes through the head of a consumer when faced with these various scenarios?
Tonight’s topic brings you into the tasting rooms or BC and we hope you’ll join us!