Encompassing Vancouver, Surrey, Richmond, New Westminster to Delta, Langley, Aldergrove and Abbotsford in the east, the Fraser Valley wine region is dedicated to producing high quality, handcrafted wines with diverse varieties and styles: from unique fruit wines to delicious sparkling wines to fresh, fruit-forward table wines to fortified.
Proximity to countless urban households makes the Fraser Valley wine region the ideal destination for day trips. Your visit won’t be limited to only wine tastings, however. Several wineries offer food experiences such as farm tours and bistro dining.
FACT:The Fraser Valley wine region is ideal for day trips and is only a short drive from the City of Vancouver offering quaint farm tours and memorable wine and food options.
FACT:The Fraser Valley is a cool wine region where rainfall is high, diurnal temperature is low, and soils are silty yet high in organic matter.
FACT:The Fraser Valley is gaining recognition for wines made from the Siegerrebe grape.
Average 956 growing degree days.
Soils are predominantly silty and high in organic matter.
Members of the BCWI are proud of their wines and are committed to ensuring their wines are promoted and enjoyed responsibly by those adults who choose to consume them for the continued enjoyment and prosperity of the BC wine industry.