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?
Farm Friends, an event that was organized in response to the recent boycott on the importation of BC Wine to Alberta, raised $6,000 for the BC Hospitality Foundation on Thursday, February 22, 2018. The boycott has now been rescinded, fortunately and coincidentally so, on the day of the event. Mastermind behind Farm Friends and BCHF … Read moreBC Wineries Raises $6000 for BC Hospitality Foundation from Farm Friends event
Liquidity Wines is proud to be one of five small BC wineries, including 50th Parallel, Noble Ridge, Okanagan Crush Pad and Painted Rock, who is heading a coalition of over 100 wineries that have been granted intervener status in the upcoming R. v. Comeau appeal at the Supreme Court of Canada in early December … Read moreR. v. Comeau appeal at the Supreme Court of Canada
Supreme Court Grants Intervenor Status at Comeau Case Five small BC wineries have been granted permission to intervene by the Supreme Court of Canada in the inter-provincial shipping of liquor case R. v. Comeau. The Supreme Court will hear the case in early December 2017. R. v. Comeau is the first court case in which any winery in … Read moreCanada’s Supreme Court to Hear From Small BC Wineries