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Traditional meets artisanal winemaking at Unsworth Vineyards, an award-winning, family-owned and operated winery committed to creating handcrafted wines of distinction in Vancouver Island’s Cowichan Valley.
As part of our commitment to sustainable vineyard practices, we grow varieties that are suitable for our unique climate and require the least amount of intervention. These include disease tolerant, early ripening varieties that have been developed in the coastal region, for the coastal region.
Committed to making wines that reflect the exceptional soil and growing conditions of the Cowichan Valley, winemaker Daniel Cosman and his team currently farm 12 acres of grape varieties at Unsworth Vineyards. The oldest block is Marechal Foch, which was planted in 2007 – the grape behind our award-winning Ovation. In the summer of 2011, several Blattner varieties were planted, which have become big players in the orchestration of our Allegro and Symphony blends.
While wine enthusiasts may initially pause when introduced to these new wine varieties and innovative blends, one taste typically does it. More mainstream Pinot Gris and Pinot Noir were planted in 2013 and will soon supplement grapes grown for us by neighbouring vineyards.