Cowichan Valley Wine and Culinary Festival

The 2007 Cowichan Valley Wine and Culinary Festival took place last weekend under the usual weather for this year; a gloomy and wet weekend. Still, good times were had by all and the wine tasting was superb. Wine and food is likely the largest tourism draw for this area although one can’t discount the recreational aspect either. Our favorite vineyards were Cherry Point Vineyards and Averill Creek Vineyard although out of fairness to all of the vineyards in the area we only managed to visit a small number. The food was excellent as well, Hilary’s Chese Company serving up fine samples of their excellent fare.

This weekend is something to look forward to for next year.

2007 Cowichan Valley Wine and Culinary Festival - Oysters at Averill Creek Vinyard

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