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.
With vineyards in the Okanagan and Fraser valleys, Township 7 produces top-flight red and white wines, including Seven Stars, a sparkling wine recently was named best bubbly at the Cascadia International Wine Competition.
This Mothers’ Day, the Naramata Bench winery celebrates the release of its 2017 Rosé with a special food and wine pairing seminar May 13, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. The winery’s sommelier will be putting together a charcuterie board with the focus on wine. Like the Rosé, many of the aromatic white wines sold out last year; however, visitors to the winery this spring will find the latest 2017 releases of Gewürztraminer, Pinot Gris, Muscat and popular 7 Blanc filling the shelves. Before your favourites sell out, consider joining Township 7’s wine club, clubSeven.
May brings the Spring Wine Festival. Coinciding with the festival, Township 7 will be offering a Wine and Food Pairing May 5 and 12. From 2 to 3:30 p.m., the resident sommelier will simplify the relationship between wine and food, exploring the way wine highlights the array of food influences. And of course, celebrate Dad on June 17 at the Fathers’ Day al fresco luncheon.
Come June, the renovated tasting room will have an additional outdoor space. Whether you’re coming for a special event or just dropping by, Township 7’s wines will impress.
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