A list of my favourite wines and some new discoveries…

Hope you enjoy reading through this list as much as I enjoyed putting it together.

Summer is Here in Oliver Osoyoos Wine Country

This week, we’re focusing on sunshine as we continue to explore Oliver Osoyoos Wine Country’s unique and diverse terroir. Sunshine is an important contributing factor in the winemaking process and has a direct effect on how quickly the fruit ripens.

#WelcomeBack our Recap of Wineries that are Welcoming Visitors

Here is our ongoing list of wineries who would like you to visit. Please note that most require advance booking or reservations, some do accept drop-ins where numbers permit.

Our latest recap of B.C. Winery Wine Clubs #JointheClub

Show your support for your favourite B.C. winery by joining their Wine Club to have wine shipped directly to your door.

Red Rooster Winery #JointheClub

YOUR VERY OWN FEATHER. This exciting program allows people to adopt a row of vines in our vineyard.  This club will allow you to get your hands dirty with the winemaker.

Gray Monk Estate Winery #JointheClub

So when you join a BC wine club you are helping a lot of people and giving something to yourself at the same time. So #JointheClub so you can always count on having BC wine available for your sipping pleasure.

Oliver Osoyoos Facebook Live – Tuesday, June 23 7pm – Sparkling Wine

Join Oliver Osoyoos Wine Country and Moss Scheurkoel of Vinstitute on Tuesday, June 23 at 7pm PT Moss will be discussing two of the primary methods for producing sparkling wine.

Wednesday Wine Reviews by Sam Hauck aka @Sam_WineTeacher

Estate fruit grown in the Similkameen Valley and co-fermented on Viognier skins as is done in the Rhine Valley of France.  The wine was aged for 20 months in new and second use French and American oak barrels, each of which imparts different nuances to the wine.