Island Hopping

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By: Ann Brydle, Quadra GM, Certified Sommelier & Sherry Specialist

We islanders know how to take advantage of every ounce of summer, don’t we? From hiking and camping, to swimming and canoeing, the long days of July allow us to get outside and explore the natural delights our islands have to offer. Be sure to stop by any of these island producers in between adventures and pick up a beverage to help you wind down, cool off, or celebrate with friends.

Salt Spring Island:

 
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Salt Spring Wild Dry Cider

Blended from 10 different apple varieties for a deep and complex flavour. A great accompaniment to bold and smokey BBQ meats.

$14.29, 750 ml

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Salt Spring Island Heather Ale

A crisp and lightly hopped ale with floral and honeynotes. Totally crushable for when you're lounging poolside.

$6.79, 650 ml

 
 
 

Hornby Island:

Middle Mountain Cyser

Honey-dipped apple flavours with overtones of sage and spice. A great accompaniment to your favourite summertime picnic foods.

$24.99, 750 ml

Pender Island:

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Sea Star Salish Sea

intensely tropical fruit aromatics are balanced by an herbal finish and crisp acidity. This Ortega and Seigerrebe blend is the quintessential island summer wine.

$24.99, 750 ml