Your private tour of Vancouver Island wine country
On your West Coast Wine and Culinary Immersion you’ll enjoy a fabulous day in wine country. West Coast Wine and Culinary Immersion is your wine tasting private tour in Vancouver Island, BC wine country. Therefore, savour BC wine tasting and farm to table food in the gorgeous wine belt of Vancouver Island. And so, only 45 minutes from Victoria, British Columbia along an exquisite scenic route, is Cowichan Valley: green land of wine, honey and lavender where a true Vancouver Island Culinary Immersion can be relished on your private tour. Furthermore, Cowichan means warm land in the First Nation Salish tongue and is indeed in a region considered to be the warmest in Canada.
Visit a variety of award winning vineyards and bistros on your west coast wine and culinary immersion where you may indulge in farm to table food and award winning wine
Get the most of your wine tasting tour visiting unique wineries and vineyards on Vancouver Island. Not only will you enjoy award winning wines and farm fresh food on your private tour, but also you will venture up-island into Cowichan valley to behold unparalleled scenery. In addition, your private tour from Victoria, BC, will take you up and over the Malahat for a stop at a spectacular view point of Brentwood Bay and the Saanich Peninsula.
And so, you will venture into the lush valley of Cowichan with its picturesque farms, vineyards, and fields of orchards. Artisanal winemaking, farm fresh produce, bistros and wine tasting rooms characterize this beautiful region on Vancouver Island. As well, you will stop in different vineyards where wine tasting is optional. Country roads lead to vineyards and ciders nestled in ancient walnut and apple orchards. Eat or taste wine in a cozy 1900’s restored farm house overlooking acres of grapevines. Or enjoy lunch by spectacular water view.
Moreover, after BC wine tasting and lunch, and as time allows, you may explore Cowichan Bay. Uniquely, it is a dreamy seaside town of quaint shops, a fresh bakery and cheese store. Furthermore, along the water is the Maritime Centre. It is an active community-based museum operated by the Cowichan Wooden Boat Society. Heritage and culture, spectacular scenery, food and wine, will make for a splendid day on Vancouver Island.