Vancouver Island & the Gulf Islands

A long winemaking history exists on Vancouver Island. Many smaller wineries are located around the Saanich Peninsula near Victoria, as well as in the Cowichan Valley near Duncan.

Vancouver Island wineries include: 40 Knots Estate Winery, Alderlea Vineyards, Averill Creek Vineyard, Beaufort Vineyard & Estate Winery, Blue Grouse Vineyards, Blue Moon Estate Winery, Chase and Warren Estate Wines, Chateau Wolff Estates, Cherry Point Vineyards, Coastal Black Estate Winery, Church & State Wines, Damali Winery & Vinegary, Deol Vineyard, deVine Vineyards, Divino Estate Winery, Domaine Rochette Winery, Dragonfly Hill Vineyard, Emandare Vineyard & Winery, Emerald Coast Vineyards, Enrico Winery, Glenterra Vineyards, Merridale Cider, Millstone Estate Winery, Mooberry Winery, Muse Winery, Rocky Creek Winery, Roost Farm Centre, Sea Cider, Silverside Farm, Stones Throw Vineyard & Estate Winery, Symphony Vineyard, Tod Creek Craft Ciders, Tugwell Creek Farm, Unsworth Vineyards, Valley Cider Company, Venturi-Schulze Vineyards, and Vigneti Zanatta.

Gulf Island wineries include:More and more of the Gulf Islands are becoming home to wineries, including Saltspring Island, Pender Island, Hornby Island, Denman Island, Gabriola Island, Thetis Island and Quadra Island.

Gulf Island Wineries include: Carbrea Vineyard & Winery, Corlan Vineyard & Farm, Domaine Jasmin Wines, Garry Oaks Winery, Hornby Island Winery, Middle Mountain Mead, Mistaken Identity Vineyards, Ravenskill Orchards, Salt Spring Wild Cider House, Salt Spring Winery, Saturna Island Vineyards, Sea Star Estate Farm & Vineyards, SouthEnd Farm Vineyards, Twin Island Cider.