Lotusland Vineyards tasting room

Lotusland Wines Sunday Dinner in the Vineyard – Last Date Sept 15

Lotusland Vineyards tasting room

Lotusland Vineyards tasting room

Here is the latest and last Sunday dinner in the vineyard for this year with Lotusland Vineyards.  Carpe diem.


We invite you to join us this summer for evenings of Turkish food and music in the magical setting that is the Lotusland Vineyard.

Our evenings start at 6 pm with Turkish Meza (appies) at the Lotusland Boutique.

After a tour of the winery we settle in the vineyard for a sumptuous three course dinner each paired perfectly with our own Lotusland wines.


$75 per person with wine pairings.
$55 for those who choose not to drink

To book your place at the table or for more information please contact Liz or Sandra at 604-857-4188.

Menu for September 15th , 2013

To Start

Fried Cypriot Cheese with a Turkish Shepard’s Salad

The Entree
Honeydew Dolma

Honeydew stuffed with an exotically spiced meat and rice filling

Turkish Mixed Grill

Chicken, Lamb and Beef Kebap grilled to perfection. Served with Bulgar Pilaf and Fried Zucchini with a Garlic Yogurt Sauce

Devil’s Delight

Profiteroles Filled with Dark Chocolate Ganache


Fraser Valley wineries – A short summer trip

Well summer is here! Sort of. Well, hopefully soon. Don’t let the poor weather slow you down though. Short weekend trips in the Fraser Valley could be a way to cheer your spirits. There are many wineries in BC’s Fraser Valley. They are open to the public with tasting rooms, and are probably at most a 45 minute drive from most places in Vancouver.

So which wineries can you visit in the Fraser Valley (I put in the web links for you)?
Domaine de Chaberton Estate Winery & Bacchus Bistro

The Fort Wine Company

Lotusland Vineyards

Pacific Breeze Winery

Neck of the Woods Winery

River’s Bend Winery

Sanduz Estate Winery

St. Urban Winery Ltd.

Wellbrook Winery

Westham Island Estate Winery

Lulu Island Winery

Township 7 Vineyards

Blue Heron Fruit Winery

Some of these wineries you may see from the links to their websites are berry fruit (not grape-based) wines. If you haven’t tried a berry fruit wine, such as from red currant or blueberry, give it a try. I think the berry fruit wines, served chilled would be nice in the summer on the patio.