Places to Stay in the Okanagan, Canada.

This is the final part of a series on the Okanagan Valley / BC, Canada. James Cluer, Master of Wine visits his favourite hotels and restaurants in the valley.

Okanagan Videos

Wine videos by James Cluer, Master of Wine. Check out the Wine Video Library on James Cluer, one of three Masters of Wine in Canada, takes you behind the scenes to visit some of his favourite wineries in BC's Okanagan Valley.

British Columbia has several wine-producing regions - the Okanagan Valley, Similkameen Valley, Fraser Valley, Vancouver Island and the Gulf Islands. Ontario has four appellations: Lake Erie North Shore, Niagara Peninsula, Pelee Island and Prince Edward County. There are several excellent wine regions in Nova Scotia, such as the Annapolis Valley, the Malagash Peninsula, Bear River Valley, LaHave River Valley and Marble Mountain.  There are seven wine-growing regions in Quebec - Montérégie, Eastern Townships, Centre of Québec, Québec, Basses Laurentides, Lanaudière and Bas-Saint-Laurent. In Alberta, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, New Brunswick, PEI and Newfoundland, there are a small number of winemakers.