#ShiptoSip with Okanagan Crush Pad

Today’s #ShiptoSip participating winery is Okanagan Crush Pad. Enjoy a “stay safe” shipping credit on us. $20 off the cost of shipping automatically applies at checkout for orders of 12 bottles or more. Stay safe! That means that BC residents will have a free delivery and wine lovers elsewhere will get a nice discount when … Read more #ShiptoSip with Okanagan Crush Pad

#ShiptoSip our recap of BC Wineries shipping wine right to your door!

We are encouraging BC wine lovers to order from their favourite wineries and help support the BC wine industry. The wineries jumped onboard and each winery has a special shipping incentive for online orders.

Okanagan Crush Pad in Summerland, BC welcomes visitors with LIVE music all summer long until August 29

Led by owners Christine Coletta and Steve Lornie, Okanagan Crush Pad takes winery guests through a true Okanagan experience.

Spring Release Wine Tasting – Part Two

There are numerous opportunities to sample the new spring releases. This Spring Release Wine tasting Part One included wines from Australia, Austria, Chile and Italy. These selections were from the HQ Wines portfolio presented by Town Hall Brands held at the Listel Hotel in late March.

The best ever Mother’s Day gift suggestion – BC Rosé Wine

Whether you are enjoying a glass of BC Rosé wine or gifting your mom with a bottle of BC Rosé wine you can be sure it is the best gift ever for Mother’s Day.

What’s New at Okanagan Crush Pad

Summerland’s Okanagan Crush Pad, which opened in 2011, has long been a facility which smaller producers utilized to get their wines made and bottled.  In addition, they also made their own wines under the Haywire label.  Over the years, they added the Narrative series and more recently the Free Form label.  Why three different brands?

A Grand time at the Dine Out Vancouver Festival kickoff – The Grand Tasting

Dine Out Vancouver Festival – The Grand Tasting was an opportunity to taste bites from fourteen local restaurants that are participating in Dine Out Vancouver Festival which begins today and runs through February 4th. Alongside the culinary stations was a representation of BC wineries. This included 27 wineries, four breweries, cideries and distillers. So basically two stations of libations for every culinary station.

#FavouriteThings last recap of Holiday Gift Suggestions 2018

A few more “non wine” suggestions on the list as we continue on through December. Now including bubbly and sparkling #FavouriteThings that are just right for Christmas and New Years.

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