Cooking With Wine – Poached Salmon

Cooking With Wine – Poached Salmon

Cooking With Wine – Poached Salmon   A new way of cooking with wine Welcome to our blog series on cooking with wine in which we continue our culinary adventure with poached salmon. Here’s a recipe that looks difficult but it’s so easy. Besides looking like a...
Cooking With Wine – Italian Style Pork Roast

Cooking With Wine – Italian Style Pork Roast

Cooking With Wine – Italian Style Pork Roast   A new way of cooking with wine Welcome to our blog series on cooking with wine in which we continue our culinary adventure with Italian Style Pork Roast. When you have a craving for comfort food, try this recipe....
Cooking With Wine – Beef Bourguignon

Cooking With Wine – Beef Bourguignon

Cooking With Wine – Beef Bourguignon   A new way of cooking with wine Welcome to our blog series on cooking with wine in which we continue our culinary adventure with Beef Bourguignon. When you have a craving for comfort food, try this recipe. You can use any of...
Cooking With Wine – Riesling Chicken

Cooking With Wine – Riesling Chicken

Cooking With Wine – Riesling Chicken   A new way of cooking with wine Welcome to our new blog series on cooking with wine in which we begin our culinary adventure with Riesling Chicken. When you have a craving for barbecued chicken “beer-can style” but there’s no...
Staying Connected More

Staying Connected More

Staying Connected More   Let’s explore some creative New Year’s resolutions that will help us by staying connected more! Here are some ways to exercise your mental and emotional health muscles through staying connected with family and friends.   Game Night...
Staying Connected

Staying Connected

Staying Connected Today, it’s more important than ever to be staying connected with friends, family and the community. We’re so fortunate that technology can help us do this in the safest way possible. Whether it’s meeting virtually, sharing on social media platforms,...
Oak in Craft Winemaking

Oak in Craft Winemaking

​Oak in craft winemaking is used to add aroma, flavour, complexity and body, which is sometimes referred to as mouthfeel. Certain commercial wines are aged in oak barrels but when you make your own wines at Steveston Winemakers, it’s done in glass carboys. So how do...
What’s causing my headaches?

What’s causing my headaches?

What’s causing my headaches? I used to think red wine gave me headaches and blamed sulphites. When we started making our own wines at Steveston Winemakers, I stopped getting headaches. But then I learned more about it and concluded it couldn’t have been the sulphites....
Craft Winemaking 101 – Free Virtual Course

Craft Winemaking 101 – Free Virtual Course

We’re excited to be offering you a free virtual course – Craft Winemaking 101. Originally conceived as a quarterly in-person event, our Craft Winemaking 101 course morphed into a virtual one because of COVID-19. Many organizations are offering free courses...
Wine Regions of the World – Canada

Wine Regions of the World – Canada

This month, we’re travelling from New Zealand to explore top producing wine regions of the world at home. Viticulture in Canada is about 2,000 years old. The regulatory body is called Vintners Quality Alliance (VQA) which provides a degree of quality assurance to...