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An Okanagan Hike

We recently enjoyed some hiking in the Okanagan.

The weather was glorious (especially after our chilly northern snowscape) and we enjoyed it immensely.

There was a little snow at the higher elevations, but mostly there was just some lovely melting. 66 more words


The Similkameen Valley: A wine oasis just beyond the Okanagan Valley

There’s been a lot of talk about B.C. wines in the past few weeks, what with the Alberta government banning them for a little more than a week. 901 more words


#wine review: @BurrowingOwlBC Meritage 2014 #CDNwine

Ottawa, ON

February 2018

Matt’s review: For over 20 years Burrowing Owl has been producing some of Canada’s finest wines, from the Wine Capital of Canada, Oliver, BC. 265 more words


The road less travelled, new wine regions to be discovered! Okanagan​ Valley, BC

The prosperous wine industry in Canada concentrates on four provinces where, according to the OIV, more than 12,000 hectares of vineyards are cultivated. The provinces are British Columbia, Ontario and to a lesser extent, Quebec and Nova Scotia. 557 more words


Here are a few ways to push your wine boundaries in 2018

With our electronic calendars now sitting on 2018 it seems like a good time to think about new wine adventures. That’s what I love about wine, every bottle tells a new story — and there are so many stories to learn and discoveries to uncover. 967 more words


Former CedarCreek owners bring new wines to Alberta

Gordon Fitzpatrick hopes to find sparkling success with his latest Okanagan wine endeavour.

Fitzpatrick and his father Ross Fitzpatrick, who operated CedarCreek Estate Winery for almost 30 years, are now producing sparkling and still wines from a small property south of Peachland. 436 more words