Covering 122 wineries, John Schreiner outlines the history of production and rise to fame of the province's domestic wines. Full of useful resources such as wine shop hours and contact information, The Wineries of British Columbia is an invaluable tour guide.
About the author
Born in 1935, John Schreiner grew up on a farm in Saskatchewan and received his B.A. from the University of Saskatchewan. He worked at the Regina Leader-Post and became the paper`s chief reporter in the Saskatchewan Legislature. He joined the Financial Post (now the National Post) in 1961 and worked in the Montreal bureau before becoming the Vancouver bureau chief in 1973. He won the 1996 Jack Webster Award for Economic Journalism. He retired in 2001. His fifth book, Icewines, won the Best Book on Wine History Published in English prize at the 2001 Gourmand World Cookbook Awards. Schreiner, who writes for Wine Access, is a graduate of the German Wine Academy and lives in North Vancouver with his wife Marlene.
Other titles by John Schreiner
The BC Wine Lover's Cookbook
Recipes & Stories from Wineries Across British Columbia
The Okanagan Wine Tour Guide
Flagship Wines from British Columbia's Best Wineries
John Schreiner's Okanagan Wine Tour Guide, 5th Edition
The Wineries of British Columbia's Interior
John Schreiner's Okanagan Wine Tour Guide
Updated & expanded
John Schreiner's BC Coastal Wine Tour: The Wineries of the Fraser Valley Vancouver, Vancouver Island, and the Gulf Islands
The Wineries of the Fraser Valley Vancouver, Vancouver Island, and the Gulf I