Canadian wines are no fantasy. Today the vines of Beer Blanc, Chardonnay, Vidal, Riesling, Gamet, Cabernet are well established in British Columbia, the Gulf Islands, the Similkameen Valley and other regions. The leading position is taken by the production of white wines with a refreshing taste and rich bouquet with notes of fruit, dessert vanilla pastries, delicate butter, honey. When it comes to red wines, they show hints of fruit, flowers, saffron leather, forest soil and spices. It is worth trying the gastronomic combinations of Canadian wines with pork ribs in maple syrup, spicy breaded potatoes, chicken, fish and seafood.