EP 177 | Whitehorse


Last Saturday I had Melissa McClelland and Luke Doucet – Whitehorse – on Mulligan Stew CKUA Radio.  www.whitehorsemusic.ca

We shook the place up “real good” but this is the complete interview. Room for both Melissa and Luke to expand on the “Happy Hour Live”  experience from their living room during the lockdown.

They walk and talk us through their new album Strike Me Down and then we get really specific about

“what is Rock and Roll now”?

What is the new album in January?

Are you playing Massey Hall?

Tour dates in 2022?


EP 163 | Steve Marriner Interview


Steve Marriner is our special guest this week on Mulligan Stew.

We all know Steve from the award-winning Monkey Junk and the very popular Manx Marriner Mainline.

He’s a singer/songwriter, multi-instrumentalist,  producer and newly minted mixer. . Hope Dies Last is his second solo album. His first was in 2006.

(He’s been just a tad busy)

Hope Dies Last  has 15 musicians in the credits..so it’s a true group effort. And signals great things ahead in his solo career.

If you remember our Greg Keelor solo album Episode #152 it was Greg who raved about working with guitarist Jimmy Bowskill. (Sheepdogs. Jim Cuddy)

Steve worked tirelessly with the very same Jimmy Bowskill  to get these songs sounding just right.

He’s written songs of pain and heartache, hitting rock bottom and working your way UP. (check out Enough)

Through his songs and albums, production and mixing what we’re hearing  here is the the future of Canadian blues/roots/Americana music. Have a listen and let the stories flow.


Thanks to David GoGo for the hang.


EP 159 | Bruce Cockburn – Celebrating 50 Years of The Junos.


Canada’s Music Awards – The Junos – take place Sunday night.

50 years ago,  the first-ever Folksinger of the Year Juno Award went to Bruce Cockburn. Also nominated were Joni Mitchell and Great Speckled Bird (featuring Ian and Sylvia)

 Bruce Cockburn won 12 more Juno Awards  over the past 50 years. He’s nominated again this year for his brilliant instrumental album Crowing Ignites.

We have much to talk about.  Those very early days when he was just starting. “I wasn’t me yet”.

How he has sustained a songwriting and performing career, the moment when he thought perhaps he wouldn’t/couldn’t  write another song and what project changed that possibility.

He touches on the state of radio, folk music, how he stayed engaged as an artist, his instincts that told him  – when writing a new song – that he had already said what the song was about and finding a new way to continue saying what was in his heart,  why he never entertained the idea of being  star and how the songs would come to him if he just “waited for the flash”

The interview includes  Bruce’s personal thoughts on the tragedy unfolding at the Residential School in Kamloops, BC.

This is the complete conversation with music included.







 John Skinner – Co-founder of Painted Rock

John Skinner


In a normal year, Wine Align hosts their annual National Wine Awards. 2020 was not a normal year.

Their team decided to put together a “Guide to Canada’s Best Wines”

At Painted Rock they had already sold out their Chardonnay, Rose and Cabernet Sauvignon.

So, they submitted their Merlot,  Syrah, Cab Franc and Red Icon.

They were all judged Top Ten and the 2017 Red Icon was judged the Top Red Wine. A blend that 3 of the judges gave 5 stars for value.

And the 2017 Red Icon was the only Canadian Wine that made the 2020 Wines of the Year in Decanter Magazine.

Painted Rock

All of these awards are remarkable considering that in August of 2020  the winery was in danger of being overrun and burned to the ground by another summer firestorm.

Spotter planes and fire fighting helicopter crews and front line firefighters on the ground saved Painted Rock and their neighbours. John sent them away with boxes of wine. The firefighters then sold the wine at auction to support the local  foodbank.

Fires around Painted Rock

One more thing.  Just weeks ago John was skiing Whistler hard, the way he’s always done and at top speed he collided with a skier who crossed his run without looking. Whistler first responders located him, attended to his condition and got him off the mountain and to a hospital.  Thanks to them and his friends, he’s recovering nicely.

 It was that kind of year.

Let’s get caught up with John Skinner and Painted Rock!


Davin de Kergommeaux  – Whisky Update

Davin de Kergommeaux

Its been a while since Davin and I hooked up.

Likely the release of his latest book The Definitive Guide to Canadian Distilleries!

I know that the Canadian Whisky Awards would normally happen in the next little while in Victoria. Again, this is not a normal time. For 2021 it will be late February.

Getting caught up with Canada’s Whisky expert involves scanning the websites of over 200 distilleries and then trying to pin the man down.  He’s busy with on line  Zoom tastings  and book events  etc.

Davin is keen to talk about the burgeoning micro distillery scene, coast to coast.

Reviews on Wayward (Krupnik), Shelter Point (The Collective) (Ripple Rock).

The new Odd Society 5 year barrel program.

We finish with his recommendations for best New Whisky  in Canada and three whiskies to taste before “your lights go out”

Davin is the world’s leading authority on Canadian whisky, and has been called “Canada’s unofficial whisky ambassador” as well as being named one of the most influential Canadians in Food and Drink by The Globe and Mail in 2016.

He is a former contributing editor to Whisky Magazine, and has contributed to or co-authored eight other books about whisky, spirits, and cocktails. He now writes full-time, and is regularly featured in many websites and publications, including Whisky Advocate.

Davin De Kergommeaux is the founder and chairperson of the prestigious Canadian Whisky Awards and publishes comprehensive tasting notes on his website.



Bella Bubble – Jay Drysdale brings the goods.

Haywire releases

Enrico Winery – in the Cowichan

The new Black Swift Winery


Mulligan Stew Jan 23rd 2021- The Piano Special


It started with a donor suggestion. Many shows do.


“Hey. How about a Piano Special. Outstanding keyboard artists over the years”


I immediately thought about Johnny Johnson, the pianist behind a lot of Chuck Berry hits. He usually got buried in the final mix, playing underneath Chucks vocals and guitar. But you could tell he was driving the bus. Chuck wrote Johnny B Goode for him.  I thought of Earl Van Dyke who lead the Motown Band, Champion Jack Dupree who was in the same  troubled boys school  in New Orleans as Louis Armstrong,  thought about the late great Richard Bell. Not only was he one of the very best players I have ever heard, he was just the nicest human being. Played with Ronnie Hawkins, Colin Linden, Janis Joplin and finally The Band. (Taking over from the late Richard Manuel) and he was proudly Canadian.

So that’s where this 2 hour piano special started.


Richard Bell (King Biscuit Boy)

Johnny Johnson (Chuck Berry)

Alan Price

Earl van Dyke (Years of Motown hits)

Champion Jack Dupree (New Orleans style)

Ike Turner (Howling Wolf)

Paul McCartney

Leon Russell (Joe Cocker)

Billy Preston (The Beatles)

Carole King

Aretha Franklin

Little Richard (doing Jerry Lee)

Jerry Lee Lewis (doing Little Richard)

Fats Domino

Booker T

Ray Charles

Stevie Wonder

Steve Winwood

Billy Joel

Elton John

Dr John

Roy Bittan (Bruce Springsteen)

Ian Stewart (the 6th Rolling Stone)

Bill Payne (Little Feat)

Richard Manuel/Garth Hudson  (The Band)

Brian Wilson

Randy Newman

Jon Batiste (Colbert Late Show)


There were so many others on the list, I’m thinking there’s  a Part Two forming.


Thanks to Michael Witt for his suggestion






The Stew Jan 23 2021 The Piano Special
Mulligan Stew Jan 23 2021 – Piano Special www.mulliganstew.ca …………….Jan 23 2021
Done tore your playhouse down again King Biscuit Boy (Richard Bell) Badly Bent Best of King Biscuit Boy & Gooduns
I put a spell on you Alan Price The price to play
Johnny B Goode Chuck Berry ( Johnny Johnson) Rock and Roll Rarities
www.river-café.com www.deanehouse.com Piano Special
Pride and Joy Marvin Gaye (Earl Van Dyke) Hitsville
How many more years Howling Wolf (Ike Turner) The Definitive Collection
Old time rock and roll Champion Jack Dupree Golden Selections
Our first ever piano special www.mulliganstew.ca
Little woman love Paul McCartney RAM
www.mulliganstew.ca Coming UP – Leon Russell. Billy Preston. Carole King. Aretha
This is our first piano special Still to come Ray Charles.Little Richardf. Jerry Lee. Fats.Stevie. Billy. Elton
Cry me a river (live) Joe Cocker (Leon Russell) Mad Dogs and Englishmen
Get Back The Beatles (Billy Preston) 1 (One)
I feel the Earth move (live) Carole King Live at Montreaux 73
Dr Feelgood Aretha Franklin (Aretha and Spooner Oldham) I never loved a man
TDMulligan – Mulligan Stew. The Piano Special www.mulliganstew.ca
Whole Lotta Shakin going on (live) Little Richard Cast a long shadow
Long Tall Sally (live) Jerry Lee Lewis Greatest Live show on Earth
The Fat Man (live) Fats Domino Sentimental Journey (University of New Orleans)
Green Onions Booker T and the MG’s Best of
Coming UP Ray Charles, Stevie Wonder. Steve Winwood www.mulliganstew.ca
Mess around Ray Charles Rock and Roll
Superstitous Stevie Wonder Talking Book
Glad (live) Steve Winwood. Eric Clapton Live at MSG
www.nobleridge.com Coming UP – Billy Joel and Elton John
NY State of Mind (live) Billy Joel The Stranger Legacy Edition (Carnegie Hall)
Take me to the Pilot Elton John Elton John
Tipatina Dr John Gumbo
www.mulliganstew.ca Coming UP – Stones.Randy Newman. Brian Wilson.The Band.BRUUUUCE
Thunder Road Bruce Springsteen E St Band ( Roy Bittan) Born to Run
Hide your love The Rolling Stones (Ian Stewart) Goats Head Soup
Dixie Chicken Little Feat (Bill Payne) Dixie Chicken
TDMulligan – The Stew www.mulliganstew.ca
Sleeping The Band (Rich Manuel and Garth Hudson) Stage Fright ReMix
www.eauclairedistillery.com Last 3 pianists Brian Wilson.Randy Newman.Jon Batiste
Love and Mercy (live) Brian Wilson Love and Mercy
It’s money that I love Randy Newman Songbook
Thanks for checking in www.mulliganstew.ca
It’s all right Jon Batiste Soul – soundtrack


EP 128 | The Trial of The Chicago 7- Aaron Sorkin


For people of a certain age…The Chicago 7 represents a disturbing time in
American History.

For those who were too young to have experienced the events all across
America, simply look around you today.

Large groups of protesters in the streets and parks.

Violence between police/militia and citizens. Politics at its center with
changes in cultures a close second.

Racism was a spark…Martin Luther King Jr had been assassinated months

1000’s had died in the war in Vietnam and Richard Nixon was in the White

The Democratic National Convention was in Chicago,  along with the National
Guard, 12,00 Chicago Police Officers, and 10,000 demonstrators.

The demonstrators were lead by the Yippies (Youth International Party) and
their leaders were Abbie Hoffman and Jerry Rubin along with Tom Hayden and
Rennie Davis.  There was an 8th defendant Bobby Seale a founder of the Black
Panther Party.

The lawyers who represented the accused were perfect for this legal battle.
William Kunstler and Leonard Weinglass.  The action in the courtroom was so
wild, The 7 and their lawyers were charged with over 150 contempt’s  of

It’s fair to say that the timing of this film and its subjects are perfect
for today’s audience which has been watching the Trump administration make
many of the same moves as Nixon.

Our guest is Aaron Sorkin, the writer, and director of The Trial of the
Chicago 7. (just premiered on Netflix this week)

You know him from The West Wing and Network. He wrote the screenplay for A
Few Good Men, Moneyball and won an Academy Award for Best Adapted Screenplay
for The Social Network

This film ranks as one of his very best.

The audio was captured from a virtual press conference several weeks ago…

Enjoy Aaron’s great background on the story and the shoot.  Makes the film
experience even better.

December 7th, 2019 – UNCORKED!    THE SCIENCE OF WINE!






“Uncorked: A Celebration of the Science of Wine” took place Thursday, November 14, as  a special collaboration between Science World and five of British Columbia’s most acclaimed wineries: Mission Hill Family Estate, CedarCreek Estate Winery, CheckMate Artisanal Winery, Martin’s Lane Winery, and Road 13 Vineyards.


Through seminars, tastings and  hands-on activities, renowned winemakers and viticulturists showcased  the science, craftsmanship and terroir that makes Okanagan Wines so extraordinary.

As well, chefs from two of the region’s best estate restaurants — Terrace (Mission Hill) and Home Block (CedarCreek) — served amazing culinary plates to pair with the wines.

Special Guests:

Janet Wood – President and CEO of Science World

Darryl Brooker – President, Iconic Wineries of British Columbia

Phil McGahan – General Manager and Winemaker at CheckMate Artisanal Winery

Shane Munn – General manager and Winemaker at Martin’s Lane Winery

Taylor Whelan  – Winemaker at CedarCreek Estate Winery

Corrie Krehbiel – Winemaker at Mission Hill Family Estate

Joseph Luckhurst – General Manager, Road 13 Vineyards

Kurtis Kolt – Wine Educator. Judge. Georgia Straight

Tim Pawsey – Wine Judge. Educator


 Wines poured on the night…

CedarCreek Estate Winery

  • 2018 Estate Sauvignon Blanc
  • 2018 Platinum Riesling
  • 2016 Estate Pinot Noir
  • 2017 Platinum Syrah

Martin’s Lane Winery

  • 2014 Naramata Ranch Riesling
  • 2015 Fritzi’s Riesling
  • 2014 Simes Pinot Noir
  • 2015 DeHart Pinot Noir

CheckMate Artisanal Winery

  • 2015 Attack Chardonnay
  • 2015 Fool’s Mate Chardonnay
  • 2014 Opening Gambit
  • 2014 Silent Bishop Merlot

Mission Hill Family Estate

  • 2017 Reserve Meritage
  • 2018 Terroir Sauvignon Blanc – Semillon
  • 2017 Terroir Cabernet Franc
  • 2014 Quatrain

Road 13

  • 2017 Roussanne
  • 2017 Viognier
  • 2017 Syrah
  • 2017 Syrah Malbec

Seminars taking place throughout the evening included:   

  • Synthesis: The Science of Blending Wine
  • Evolution: The Science of Aging Wine
  • Innovation: Technology and the Modern Organic Vineyard
  • Terroir: The Science of Soil


Proceeds  support Science World’s On the Road program, which last year brought live science performances to 41,500 students throughout BC who otherwise might not have had a chance to visit TELUS World of Science.











Holiday Wines..

August 24th, 2019 – Third Annual BC Cider fest!




The third annual BC Cider Week.

This week long craft cider celebration saw many cider events, tastings and
festivities throughout British Columbia with tasting events from Kelowna to
Vancouver Island, including tap takeovers, cider pairing meals, and much
more throughout the week.

The highlight for me and many others is the final event. The gathering of up
to 40 Cideries at The Pipe Shop foot of Lonsdale in North Vancouver.

It’s one of the buildings my father Pat worked in during WW2.

The first interview had to be with Shawn Pisio, who co-founded the B.C.
Cider Festival three years ago.

Glenn Ennis, Lynn Colliar and the Geo Team

Just how popular is this event? It sells out within minutes.

Cider is going through the very same revolution that craft beers did 10-15
years ago.

The opportunity to grow more cider apples in B.C. is unlimited, but BC is
already home to many excellent craft cideries.

One of the cideries we interviewed was Twin Island Cider on Pender Island.
They were voted most popular Cidery at this event.

Finally, for those of you who still think that ciders are not for you
because they’re too sweet or something…FORGET ABOUT IT..

It’s a whole new world out in the orchard.


Our guests are:

Shawn Pisio – Txotx/ Co-Founder

Russ Johnson – Owner/Cidermaker Truck 59 Kelowna

Sydney Bottomley – Asst Cidermaker Broken Ladder Kelowna

Nick Farrer – Founder The Bricker Cider Co Sechelt

Mike Lachelt – Co-owner/Cidermaker Salt Spring Wild SS Island

Mathew Vasilev Co-Owner Twin Island Cider Pender Island

David Schneider – Persephone Brewing Gibson’s BC

Kathleen van der Ree – Northyards Cider – Squamish

Mike Petkau – Nomad Handcrafted Cider – Summerland

Glenn Ennis – Owner Geo Cider Co – Squamish

Lynn Colliar – Geo Cider Squamish

Jeff Nairn – Co-Founder Windfall East Van



Photos by Linda C


Melissa Etheridge and Cannabis infused wine

Bloom in Victoria

Top Drop in Victoria

A special on field blends

Fire Season in The Okanagan

Rose Day June 8th

Charles Smith in Jet City Seattle (Rose all day)

Tofino Food and Wine festival

The Wick reopens a spectacular cellar

Tofino mid-week

Mulligan Stew August 17th 2019-The Bros Landreth Interview-dedicated to Monica Miller


This show is dedicated to Monica Miller – fellow CKUA show host. 


The Bros Landreth guest on today’s Stew.

We find them at the Bear Creek Festival co-headlining the first of two nights there.

FYI – Those 2 nights are the only Canadian dates for The Bros this year. They are the rest of this year to be road warriors in the USA, the UK, CKUAand Europe.  (Next year, they’ll be back in Canada with a vengeance)

David and his younger brother Joey come from an amazing musical background.

Father Wally was a serious musician in Winnipeg. The house was loaded with instruments and lots of music.

Naturally, the boys picked up guitars and listened to Ry Cooder, Little Feat, all the greats.

That’s why their music has so much soul and depth. Very few bands have had this kind of schooling or were open to it.

And that’s why I believe The Bros. Landreth will be loved all over the World.

They already have the most bizarre profile in the UK  and Europe.  How does a band from Winnipeg get to play in Norway or Sweden or Liverpool?

The Bros Landreth also have an ace-in-the-hole.

It’s Joey and his solo career. Boom. Through the roof. His current album Hindsight has fans jumping on the bandwagon.

After Bear Creek, the brothers are headed for the Americana Festival in Nashville. If anyone can steal a show its these guys.

As for the rest of  The Stew …

Live tracks from

Van Morrison

Joe Cocker

Brandi Carlile – with the Seattle Symphony

AND Little Feat.

New music from…

Brittany Howard

Little Steven

Chrissie Hynde

Bruce Springsteen

Leeroy Stagger

Sheryl Crow/Bonnie Raitt/Mavis

Rodney Crowell and Bill Gibbons

Throw in…

Led Zep

Beach Boys


Neil Young

Marvin Gaye

Dave Mason

Procol Harum

This show is dedicated to Monica Miller:




Mulligan Stew Aug 17 2019
TD Mulligan – The Stew Playlist – www.mulliganstew.ca
Only you know and I know Dave Mason Alone Together – All Day Thumb Sucker Revisited
Love again Little Steven and the Disciples of Soul Summer of Sorcery
How glad I am Chrissie Hynde Valve Bone Woe
www.mulliganstew.ca Todays guests – The Bros Landreth
Surfs Up The Beach Boys Good Vibrations Boxed Set
www.deanehouse.com Todays guests – The Bros Landreth
Stay High Brittany Howard Stay High
Smokey Part 2 Bill Black Combo best of
Brown Eyed Girl (live) Van Morrison Too late to stop now 1973
Feelin Alright (live) Joe Cocker Joe Cocker Live
a whiter shade of pale Procol Harum Hits and Flips
Sixty Years On (live) Brandi Carlile and Seattle Symphony Orchestra Live at Beneroya Hall
This is Mulligan Stew Guests in 10 minutes – The Bros Landreth
Tucson Train Bruce Springsteen Western stars
Deeper Well Leeroy Stagger Strange Path
This is Mulligan Stew wth tdm NEXT – The Bros Landreth
Forty Four -How many more years Little Feat Rad Gumbo
David and Joey – The Bros Landreth Complete interview on Mulligan Stew Podcast www.mulliganstew.ca
Got to be you The Bros Landreth 87
David and Joey – The Bros Landreth Complete interview on Mulligan Stew Podcast www.mulliganstew.ca
Good Love The Bros Landreth 87
Find the Bros Landreth Podcast
www.mulliganstew.ca. Spotify.google play.apple pod
Live Wire Sheryl Crow. Bonnie Raitt. Mavis Staples Live Wire
Summer of Love U2 Songs of Experience
56 Fury Rodney Crowell and Billy F Gibbons Texas
Heart of Gold Neil Young Harvest Moon
www.coyotesbanff.com www.mulliganstew.ca
I like it like that Pete Rodriguez Chef Soundtrack
Pride and Joy Marvin Gaye Greatest Hits
Thanks for checking out The Stew Have a great weekend
Goin’ to California Led Zepellin Zep 4

August 17th, 2019 – Jason Priestley. Willie Mitchell. Brendan Morrison AND  Andrea Sartori (121 years of Wine)


Jason Priestley. Willie Mitchell. Brendan Morrison AND  Andrea Sartori (121 years of Wine)



 Jason Priestley – BH90210. Private Eyes.


Jason has never really stopped working.

If he’s not acting, he’s directing. Sometimes at the same time.

Right now, he’s doing a lot of everything.

One of the most iconic series ever shot has made a return to TV.

Beverly Hills 90210.  Ran for 10 season on Fox, the whole of the 90’s.

BH 90210-cast-2019

The series and Jason  became  global teen sensations. I saw the full effect of his star power as we travelled Europe and South America shooting Hollywood and Vines TV. Fans hiding in bushes..behind posts..and full-on swarming in city squares.

Jason is a West Coast guy and any chance to get back AND  go fishing is not to be taken lightly.

He flew in with his  fabulous wife Naomi and their kids.

We met up  at Willie Mitchell’s Tofino Resort and Marina.

Willie took us fishing on his glorious boat as part of Brendan Morrison’s  Salt Water Classic  fundraiser.

Willie. JP. Me

During a lull in the action, I grabbed my microphone and recorder and hit record.

We talked 90210. The loss of his friend Luke Perry. The amazing success of Private Eyes on both sides of the border.

The  wines he and Chad Oakes created with Les Behrens at Spring Mountain,  St Helena, California

How much better I was a at fishing than he was.  Enjoy!!

Brendan Morrison and Willie Mitchell – Both X-NHL stars. Both West Coast guys . Both are fishing freaks. Good Friends.

Willie Mitchell and Brendan Morrison



In its 10th year, the Tofino Saltwater Classic fishing derby was created by former National Hockey League player Brendan Morrison as a fundraiser for a long list of Tofino youth and  community initiatives.

More than $575,000 CAD has been raised thus far.

130 anglers. Catch and release components. Largest was a Chinook weighing 31.2 lbs.

When I did finally get the boys to stop and sit together for 10 minutes  we talked about the Saltwater Classic . However,  what we  really wanted to talk about was, preserving the West Coast fishery.

Now that’s a subject everyone is focusing on. From fishing boats  to sport fishing to chefs and restaurants.  The fundraising silent auction was winding down and the announcer on the dock was squeezing the last dollar out of wet jeans. So at times, there’s a lot of talking going on.



BUT,  important funds were being raised and so we carried on.


Andrea Sartori – 5th generation of Sartori du Verona

Andrea Sartori

For over a century, Sartori, a leading name in fine wines from northeast Italy’s Veneto region, has stood for traditional values and — above all — a boundless passion for quality winemaking.

The family took its first step in 1898, when Pietro Sartori

This marked the advent of Sartori di Verona. A few years later, Pietro’s son, Regolo, built the winery into the family’s core business, and by the 1950s Regolo’s two sons expanded the winery and brought these wines to international recognition, they then bought Villa Maria, a vineyard with a small cellar attached, in the heart of the Veneto region’s Valpolicella district, to assure a source of high quality wine for his hotel.tion, exporting them around the world.

Villa-Maria Sartori


Today, Andrea Sartori, Pietro’s great-grandson, is at the helm. Like his forefathers, he has taken steps to broaden the reputation of Sartori di Verona and to guarantee the quality behind it.

In 2002, the company joined with Cantina Colognola, giving the family rare guaranteed access to more than 6,200 acres of high-quality grapes in the Soave and Valpolicella zones, where few wine houses control their own vineyards.


In 2003, Sartori hired the renowned Franco Bernabei as consulting winemaker. His work with the winery marks a return to Bernabei’s roots:

…although he has lived in Tuscany for over 25 years, he is, in fact, a native son of the Veneto.


Sartori has always fought for Verona, focusing exclusively on the classic Veronese wines: Valpolicella, Soave, Bardolino, Bardolino Chiaretto. The labels on which the company is now focusing on are Regolo Valpolicella Superiore Ripasso DOC and Marani Bianco Veronese IGT.

Nowadays Sartori’s success is in large part due to its international efforts, which represent over 80% of its sales in over 70 countries all around the world: throughout Europe, in North and South America, in Russia, in South East Asia. To honor this story full of challenges and satisfactions, the 120th Anniversary special edition wines  have now reached across Canada.

 We’re tasting and talking about:

Sartori’s Pinot Grigio,

Veronese Marani Bianco,

L’Appassione 2015,

Amarone Della Valpolicella  2012.

Plus the limited release 120th anniversary wines

 Valpolicella Superiore Doc 2016

Valpolicella Ripasso Superiore Doc 2015

Amarone Della Valpolicella Classico DOCG  2012


Thank You to:

Colleen Wilkinson

Lynda Kaye

Willie Mitchell



Cowichan Wine festival

The 2019 Pinot Noir  Celebration – Kelowna

Garagiste North – Kelowna

Jim Cuddy – Cuddy by Tawse Wines

A special feature on “field blends”

Chris Tolley Moon Cursor

Fort Berens

Parking in The Passion Pit with John Weber at Orofino!