Fall in love with autumn weddings! Ahh, autumn in the Cowichan Valley! What’s not to love? As summer fades into autumn, the Cowichan Valley transforms into a breathtaking mosaic of colours and experiences, becoming the ideal time and place to celebrate love.
Among the many grape varieties cultivated in the picturesque Cowichan Valley, Ortega stands out as a refreshing, slightly sweet white wine.
Ah, another beautiful day in the Cowichan Valley! Why not explore the quaint town of Lake Cowichan, tube down the river, or swim in the lake?
It’s that time again! The Cowichan Wine Festival, a premier event on British Columbia’s wine calendar, kicks off on August 1st and continues for the whole month. Our beautiful Valley is dotted with picturesque vineyards and this year 12 wineries are participating.
In the heart of the beautiful Cowichan Valley, lies the charming town of Duncan, British Columbia. And right now, Duncan is in the midst of its fabulous summer festival known as the "39 Days of July".
Just got engaged? Congratulations! Wondering where to start? It can be overwhelming planning a wedding with all the many details and decisions to be made. The first of these is what style of wedding you want.
A picturesque little seaside village on the east coast of Vancouver Island, Cowichan Bay is clustered around the ocean in the Cowichan Valley, approximately halfway between the cities of Victoria and Nanaimo.
Sunfest is the ultimate celebration of country music, and it’s back at Laketown Ranch from Thursday, August 3 through Sunday, August 6, 2023!
Not into wine tasting? How about a beer tasting? Many craft breweries, pubs, and even some restaurants now offer “beer flights”.
If you’re a red wine lover, you are undoubtedly familiar with this perennial favourite. One of the most popular and widely grown red wine grape varieties in the world, Pinot Noir is sometimes referred to as the "noble grape" because it produces high-quality, elegant wines.