Indigenous marks a first
Sponsored Content - Apr 06 - 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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Indigenous World Winery first opened its doors in May 2016, becoming the first Indigenous, privately owned winery in North America.

Proprietors Robert and Bernice Louie, proudly invite lovers of culture, wine and food to take in all that the wine shop and restaurant, Red Fox Club, have to offer.

In visiting Indigenous World Winery, you will be introduced to members of the Louie family through the labels of our award winning wines and their meanings. Guests are offered a flight of five wines to taste and a beautiful array of items in the gift shop worth browsing through.

Bring a picnic lunch, purchase a snack and a bottle of wine or head to the restaurant to take in the gorgeous backdrop that is the ancestral lands of the Syilx people.

The guest experience at Indigenous World Winery doesn’t just include aboriginal culture and modern native cuisine, but also the most incredible views of Okanagan Lake.

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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