Winemaker’s Thoughts on BC Harvest 2020

With thanks to Julian Park, BC Wine Trends for sharing this article. The 2020 harvest in British Columbia was a replay of 2019. With another February freeze causing bud damage and low yields. A very early October cold snap and snowfall caused harvest challenges. When the crush was completed, and although the yields were down … Read more

Tasting Group – A Flight of Cabernet Franc

Eight wines from three countries.  Four vintages and a three-point difference in alcohol levels.  This flight should definitely show some stylistic differences.

#WelcomeBack Okanagan Crush Pad Wineries

Come for a visit, check out our expanded tastings, and enjoy any one of our flights for our promotional fee of $20 until the end of August.

#WelcomeBack Sumac Ridge, Black Sage and Steller’s Jay

As the first Estate Winery in the Okanagan Valley, we’ve learned a few things along the way. We pride ourselves on simple and delicious wines that are meant to be enjoyed with the people you love most.

TIME Winery Announces New Ownership

TIME Winery, Evolve Cellars, and McWatters Collection have been sold, to Five Vines Cellars, the private family owned business of Ron and Shelley Mayert as of July 1, 2020.

Summerland “Lights it up”

Summerland’s Bottleneck Drive Association celebrates the 9th annual ‘Light Up The Vines’ event to celebrate the holiday season. This free event welcomes visitors to tour along Bottleneck Drive and visit wineries, cideries, breweries, and distilleries who have decorated their vineyards, orchards and tasting rooms for the holidays.

relentless focus & laser pure. NOMAD delivers handcrafted authentic BC Cider

NOMAD CIDER, located in the heart of the Okanagan Valley, is a farm-to-glass craft cidery passionate about making cider the way it has been traditionally crafted; by hand with only fresh-pressed apples and pears. They are committed to producing exceptional cider made only from the local varietals grown by themselves and their dedicated farming partners in the Okanagan-Similkameen region of BC.

BC’s ONLY HERITAGE STEAM TRAIN WINE AND FOOD EVENT

After a sold-out event in 2019, the Grand Sommelier Express returns to the Summerland Kettle Valley Railway Station on Saturday, June 20, 2020 with more tickets available for sale. This is the only event of its kind in the Okanagan and British Columbia.