The 18 Best (and Worst) Wines to Buy in B.C.

We go over the categories—and specific bottles—at the BCLDB to see where we're actually getting the best deal and which areas to avoid.

April 6, 2018

By Vancouver Magazine

A

Italy


Tignanello 2013

$93, BCLDB
$100 (U.S.), wine.com


Pietradolce Etna Rosso 2015

$26.50, BCLDB
$20 (U.S.), wine.com


Cecchi Chianti 2015

$14, BCLDB
$13 (U.S.), wine.com


A

Oregon


Domaine Drouhin 2014

$46, BCLDB
$42 (U.S.), wine
.com


Sokol Blosser Dundee Hills 2014

$38, BCLDB
$38 (U.S), wine.com


Duck Pond 2015

$29, BCLDB
$20 (U.S.), wine.com


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Argentina


Catena Alta Malbec

$55, BCLDB
$50 (U.S.), wine.com


Finca Las Primos Malbec

$14, BCLDB
$12 (U.S.), wine.com


Cuma Torrontes

$11.80, BCLDB
$14 (U.S.), wine.com


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Australia


Mollydooker Two Left Feet
$31, BCLDB
$28 (U.S.), wine.com


Bleasdale Mulberry Tree Cabernet

$15, BCLDB
$19 (U.S.), wine.com


Yalumba Y Series Viognier

$17, BCLDB
$12 (U.S.), wine.com


C+

France


Mouton Rothschild 2010

$1600, BCLDB
$900 (U.S.), wine.com


La Chablisiénne La Pierrelee
$32, BCLDB $20 (U.S.), wine.com 


Miraval Rosé
$29, BCLDB
$22 (U.S.), wine.com

 


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California


Avalon Napa County Cabernet 2014

$34, BCLDB
$16 (U.S.), wine
.com 


Beringer Knights Valley 2014

$46, BCLDB
$30 (U.S.), wine.com


Cannonball Chardonnay
$28, BCLDB
$15 (U.S.), wine.com

 

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