The province of British Columbia is home to a number of grape growing regions, producing a wide range of wine styles. Explore each of the regions by clicking the maps below. As more sub-geographical indicators (sub-GIs) are identified, they will be noted here.
Geographical indicators on wine labels indicate the area where the grapes were sourced, and not the physical location of the winery. For example, a winery in the Fraser Valley may have “Okanagan Valley” on a label if the grapes came from an Okanagan Valley vineyard. More information on labels can be found here.
British Columbia is a protected term under the Regulation and can only to be used on certified BC Wines.