(Closed) Any ideas for good, inexpensive BC Wines for Reception?

posted 4 years ago in British Columbia
Post # 3
3887 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: September 2011

You may want to get in touch with the fine folks at Edible Canada, formerly Edible BC.  They have a shop and bistro in Vancouver, if there’s anyone in your family/friends who can go in person and talk to them, but they’ve always been really helpful to me when I’ve emailed them various questions. They are very well connected in the local food and wine community and can probably even get you a short list of wineries whose wines fall in your price range but might also be available in your local area to buy a bottle and try.


If you’re looking for a rehearsal dinner or other activity, I’d definitely consider them. We’ve done a couple of different tours and events with them, and every single one was outstanding. One of our very favorite things about visiting Canada!

Post # 5
1311 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: October 2013

@jessiemaims:  Have you thought about making your own ?

Our venue and caterer allows us to bring made corked wine and they are not charging us a corkage fee. We went with the most expensive type $250 per batch – which gives you 30 bottles. $8.33 per bottle. And we get to put our labels on them. We make the wine at a place that stores and mixes everything for you. It takes 8 weeks.

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