Although vast in size, the regions that are able to produce great wines in Canada are fairly small. However, the wines that are produced are world class in style. The Niagara region of the East has a proud heritage of Ice Wines and stylish Rieslings. The Gulf Islands of British Columbia are becoming known for cool climate whites and reds and the famed Okanagan Valley of central B.C. is home to stunning Chardonnay, classic Pinot Noirs, remarkable dessert wines, crisp and flavorful whites and reds made much in the style of traditional Bordeaux from France.