CedarCreek a B.C. pioneer
Sponsored Content - Apr 05 - Think Local

As B.C.’s premier grape-growing region, the Okanagan Valley produces many world-class wines and a wonderful opportunity to explore its sun-drenched terrain while enjoying its vibrant local wine culture.

Okanagan Edge is celebrating BC Wine Month 2018 by bringing focus to some of the Okanagan Wine Region’s most renowned wineries. We encourage you to learn more about their unique features here and support them by visiting their tasting rooms soon.

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CedarCreek Estate Winery is one of Kelowna’s oldest wineries. Purchased in 1986, CedarCreek released its first wines in 1987 and was one of the first eight pioneering wineries of the province.

With four generations of agricultural heritage and more than three decades of experience, we have pursued perfection and produced some of the Okanagan Valley’s best wines, resulting in CedarCreek being twice recognized as Canada’s Winery of the Year.

Our knowledge of our terroir and dedication to our craft have brought many awards and international acclaim to our winery and region. We are committed to building on our success by continuing to refine our approach to wine growing.

Passion, tenacity, care and hard work are vital, but, above all, we seek truth in wine. And the results show in every bottle. On that, you have our word.

CedarCreek Estate Winery is located 20 minutes from downtown Kelowna – making it an ideal destination for locals and those touring wine country. Situated on a hillside, you are treated to a panoramic view of lush vineyards, Okanagan Lake, immaculate grounds and beautiful gardens. We are committed to providing guests an intimate and educational experience in an exceptional setting.

Our entire team is excited to bring the wine country experience to a whole new level at CedarCreek this year with the opening of our brand new tasting room, and year-round restaurant, Home Block at CedarCreek, opening late summer 2018.

This article is written by or on behalf of the sponsoring client and does not necessarily reflect the views of Okanagan Edge.


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