Beer, Wine & Spirits in Richmond


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  • LuLu Island Winery
    Though it?s the newest winery in Richmond, LuLu Island Winery boasts a deeper history. The buisness gets its name from its location on Richmond Island, which was formerly known as "LuLu Island." According to local legend, LuLu was the name of the mistress of the man who first established the land, and the scandal eventually compelled the community to change the name. Today, the winery produces award-winning red and white wines, fruit wines, and ice wines on this historic spot. LuLu?s resident winemaker has more than 30 years of experience crafting fine wines. Using grapes from the nearby Okanagan Valley, he churns out vintages such as the 2007 Riesling Chardonnay white ice wine, which snagged a gold medal at the All Canadian Wine Championships in 2011. LuLu?s Cabernet Franc, a peppery medium-bodied red wine, won a bronze medal at the International Wine Awards the same year. But it?s the sweet fruit wines, flavored with cranberry, blueberry, and passionfruit, that keep the locals and the humminbirds coming back.
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    16880 Westminster Hwy
    Richmond, BC CA
  • Canada Berries
    Formerly Sanduz Estate Winery, Canada Berries has an advantage that no other winemaker in the world has: British Columbia's fertile land. The region's lush pastureland is ideal for growing berries, and the facility takes full advantage of its proficiency. Inside a natural cedar building in East Richmond, Canada Berries and its award-winning winemaker churn out a wide range of fruit and grape wines, from blueberry, strawberry, and raspberry to apple, peach, and rhubarb. These products not only taste delicious, they're also packed with health benefits, too. And it's not just local residents who can enjoy them: Canada Berries is located right near the Vancouver airport, meaning travelers can take some bottles home as souvenirs instead of filling their pockets with local rocks.
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    12791 Blundell Road
    Richmond, BC CA

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